- The score of ‘Indian PUBG’ or FAU-G has taken a success on Google Play
- FAU-G’s score on Google’s app retailer was 4.5 stars on the time of launch
With the Indian authorities unlikely to reverse the ban on PUBG Cellular or PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS, the score of ‘Indian PUBG’ or FAU-G has taken a success. Apparently, the followers of PUBG Cellular have left one-star scores on the official Google Play Retailer for FAU-G in what is called evaluate bombing, the media has reported.
FAU-G’s score on Google’s app retailer was 4.5 stars on the time of launch, however now, it has tumbled down to three.4. Often, this tends to occur to attract consideration to a problem pertaining to the sport or the sport’s developer, in response to a report in IGN India.
Earlier final week, FAU-G had surpassed 5 million downloads on Google Play Retailer and had turn into one of many prime gaming apps on the Google Play Retailer.
In the meantime, the Ministry of Electronics and Data Expertise (MeitY) was not happy with the responses on the way it handles and collects person knowledge.
Earlier in December, South Korea’s KRAFTON Inc. which owns PUBG Company, the creator of PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS (PUBG) had appointed Aneesh Aravind as the brand new nation supervisor for India, indicating that the sport may see the sunshine of the day within the nation.
Aravind has beforehand labored with gaming giants comparable to Tencent and Zynga and he has greater than 15 years of expertise.
PUBG Company — a subsidiary of South Korea’s KRAFTON Inc., has been denied permission to relaunch a revamped model of the massively common PUBG Cellular recreation within the nation, RTI responses from the Ministry of Electronics and Data Expertise (MeitY) had earlier revealed.