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FAU-G Team Deathmatch mode early access in now live: Download details, features and more – Eagles Vine

After a long wait, FAU-G mobile game has finally received the much-awaited Team Deathmatch mode (TDM). It is still in beta and a part of nCore Games’ early access beta program.
nCore was expected to launch the beta on June 21, a couple of days after Battlegrounds Mobile India beta went live. However, the developer missed the deadline only to launch it after a week.
The game is only available for the Android operating system via Google Play Store and the beta program also has a very limited number of slots available. Also, the TDM was promised to be a part of the original game, however, it is currently available via a standalone app on the Play Store called FAU-G: Multiplayer (Early Access). We are still not sure whether FAU-G developers will keep the standalone app or merge the game mode later in the game for the final release.
How to download FAU-G: Multiplayer early access

  • Visit ‘bit.ly/3xU4GM7’ using any web browser
  • Login using your Google credentials lined with your smartphone
  • Now, click on Install button and choose the device on which you want to install the game

Note: As mentioned, the game has a limited number of available beta slots. So, you won’t be able to install the game if it’s full unless you do it by sideloading the game.
FAU-G Team deathmatch mode: All you need to know
FAU-G Team Deathmatch mode is a ‘desi’ modification of regular TDM’s we have seen so far on other games like CoD: Mobile, etc. There’s just one map The Bazaar which will look familiar with your daily market where you go and buy groceries, eat food, etc. The TDM in FAU-G is a 5v5 mode and there is a wide range of weapons to choose from in the game. Leather weapons, secondary weapons are also available.


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