The FAUG Independence Day Update Adds Free for All Team Deathmatch, And now 6 Game Tracks Are Open to the Public

 

The FAUG Independence Day Update Adds Free for All Team Deathmatch, And now 6 Game Tracks Are Open to the Public:



FAUG has updated Independence Day, adding a new free game mode for team deathmatch. It also includes a new operator and some in-game bug fixes. After India banned PUBG Mobile, the game was announced in September 2020. It was developed by nCore Games, a studio based in Bangalore, and initially offered a single-player campaign, but was later expanded into a dual-mode multiplayer game in Team Deathmatch. The developer also released the game tracks. United Guards was released on January 26 this year after several delays since its announcement in September 2020. The game initially had a single player campaign, which felt tedious. In June, developer nCore Games added Team Deathmatch.




5v5 to the game. the game, although it is implemented through a separate application called FAUG: Multiplayer (Early Access) on Google
Play.
This app now has a new free game mode where 10 players fight each other, and the one who kills the most wins. As the developer announced on Twitter, this completely free team deathmatch mode on FAUG can also be called 1v9 mode.

In addition to the new mode, the
update also adds a new operator named Dhillon, which you can select at the
beginning of the game. FAUG fixed some bugs based on community feedback, and
since the game is in the early access stage, the developer has added more
slots, so now more players can join to try it. The game has been released to
the public on YouTube’s nCore Games official channel

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