FAUG is the new battle royale game announced on September 04, 2020 by the Indian superstar Akshay Kumar. But on its very first day, the game makers are being criticized for copying the poster of the game from the Collision of Innocence band. A Twitter user told that the FAUG game poster is copied or stolen from the Collision of Innocence. Is this really true? What is the real fact and story behind this controversy. The game loving guys are feeling hurt by the news and action that owners copied the poster from the other brand. Have a look in this story in detail.
FAU-G game Developers
The FAUG game is an Indian version battle royale which is announced after the ban of the Tencent’s PUBG game. It is being considered as the rival and replacement of the PUBG game. The interesting thing is that the game is being promoted by actor Akshay Kumar. it is developed by the Bangalore based startup nCore games. The company released the teaser and poster for the fans on the Twitter.
nCore games was stared back in the 2018 with the rise of the gaming community in India. It’s owner name is Vishal Gondal.
Is FAUG Copied from Collision of Innocence?
Technically, the game poster is copied from the cover image of a Today We Rise by Collision of Innocence. It is actually a US based band which releases song. Fans can check the brand music on the official YouTube and Amazon Prime Music.
The makers released the poster in a very hurry up manner by just editing the existing picture cover. This is the main reason why Akshay Kumar and game makers are facing huge criticism from the fans. The developers are trying hard to reveal out the new posters soon for the fans.
FAUG Game Release Date
The exact release date of the FAUG has not been announced yet. It is expected that the game will arrive on the play store by the end of the October month. The company already started working on the game since the ban of popular Chinese game PUBG.
Well, fans are very curious to see whether this Indian version of battle rivalry will perform up to the fan’s expectation or not. nCore Games onwer announced that the developers are working on the graphics and size of the game. It’s 20% revenue will directly go to the Indian army. Practically, FAUG is India’s first battle royale game.