FAU-G Team Deathmatch Mode is finally here to fight with games like Battlegrounds Mobile India and others. In three simple steps, you can get early access to the FAU-G multiplayer beta from the Play Store.
Fearless And United Guards, or FAU-G, was an Indian-made game that was released immediately after PUBG Mobile, a famous battle royale game, was banned, along with numerous other apps with Chinese ties, due to security concerns last year. While publisher nCore Games released the game in January, it was confined to a linear plot and weaponry such as clubs, whereas PUBG Mobile’s sequel Battlegrounds Mobile India was released two weeks ago and includes a Battle Royale mode.
FAU-creators G’s apparently stated that a Team Deathmatch Mode (TDM) would be released in beta on June 21. While that deadline was missed, the beta version of the new TDM game mode is now available in early access.
The new Team Deathmatch Option (TDM) mode in FAU-G is available as a separate app in the Google Play Store for Android smartphones, unlike Battlegrounds Mobile India, which has all game types merged into a single app. Here’s how to get the most recent version of FAU-G, including with the new TDM mode, right immediately.
FAU-Team G’s Deathmatch Mode
Team Deathmatch Option, or TDM, is a common game mode in all of today’s prominent tactical shooter games. It pits two teams of five players against each other. These two teams must battle it out to see who can get the most “kills” in the shortest amount of time. Unlike popular game Battle Royale modes, where if a player ‘dies,’ they remain dead until the end of the game, the TDM mode allows players to regenerate (or respawn) multiple times during the game and continue to score points, ensuring their team wins until the timer runs out.
How to get the beta version of FAU-G Team Deathmatch Mode via the Google Play Store
Step 1) Paste this link into the address bar of your web browser (for example, Chrome or Firefox) and hit Go. You should wind up on the official website for FAU-G Team Deathmatch Mode in the Google Play Store.
Step 2) If your mobile phone is capable of running the game, you will be able to download it by tapping the install button. To avoid needless mobile data usage, make sure the game downloads over Wi-Fi.
Step 3) That’s all there is to it! Once you’ve downloaded FAU-Team G’s Deathmatch Mode to your smartphone, make sure you have decent internet access and you’re ready to go.
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!
— nCORE Games (@nCore_games) June 27, 2021