FAU-G's Team Deathmatch Mode is Now Available in Beta
nCore Games’ FAU-G just launched its Team Deathmatch Mode in beta. It is one of the first game modes to be added to the “made in India” action game since its launch on 26 January. nCore teased the Team Deathmatch mode back in February 2021 and the developers made an official announcement about the TDM beta in April 2021. The original launch date for the Team Deathmatch beta was slated for 21 June but it was delayed to 27 June. There are limited slots available for the 5v5 game mode and fans can register for it starting today.
FAU-G Team Deathmatch Overview
FAU-G’s Team Deathmatch mode features teams of up to 5 members. According to the posters shown by nCore Games, the mode will not be taking place on the Galwan Valley map and it features a brand-new map called the ‘Bazaar’. One of the biggest talking points of the game since its launch has been a lack of a variety of weapons. The upcoming update is set to introduce multiple new weapons to offer players a better selection of guns to choose from.
nCore Games made the Deathmatch beta official stating “Bullets will fly when FAUG face their dushman in deadly team battles! Join beta release of FAUG's TDM mode & let your feedback be heard! Limited slots only!”
Earlier last month, in a conversation with IGN India, Ganesh Hande, Ncore Games Co-Founder and COO had stated that the deathmatch map called 'Bazaar' was based on a fictional city in Rajastan. “We chose to start with a fictional city in Rajasthan known as Udaighat,” he said. “The centre of the map is a typical bazaar you get to see in many parts of middle India. We drew inspirations from Jaisalmer Fort and several markets in Udaipur and Jaipur.”
How to access FAU-G Team Deathmatch
Players need to download the Early Access version of FAU-G to get access to the new Team Deathmatch mode.
Click on Install
Launch the game
If you already have the game installed, update the game via Play Store
You should now get access to the new TDM mode
FAU-G is set in the Indian region of Galwan Valley. nCORE Games markets the game as a “proudly made in India project” that pays tribute to India’s armed forces. The game was launched to fill the void left by PUBG Mobile after it was banned in India last year. The Indian government banned numerous Chinese apps and games which led to FAU-G’s aggressive marketing as a “made in India” game.