After India on Wednesday banned 118 mostly Chinese linked mobile applications including popular video game PUBG, citing data security concerns amidst rising tension with China, within two days of the popular application ban in India, several Indian game developers are giving alternatives to similar gaming platform.
nCore Games developers on Friday announced a new Indian version of PUBG Mobile game. nCore is calling it FAU-G or Fearless And United: Guards, due to be released soon with announcement of the app launch dates in days.
CEO of GOQii, Vishal Gondal, tweeted saying:
In a news conference briefing at China’s Commerce Ministry, earlier yesterday, spokesperson Gao Feng said on Thursday it “strongly opposed India banning Chinese mobile apps. Indian actions violate the legal interests of Chinese investors and services providers and China asks India to correct its mistakes”.