FAU-G Will Get New Map Named Dugong Rock Island Soon, Trailer Released
FAU-G is about to receive a new map called Dugong Rock Island. Developer nCore Games has released a teaser trailer for this upcoming map. It appears to be an abandoned naval base. There are buildings that provide high vantage points for players. This new map also features an underground area. The developer has not revealed the exact release date of this update. However, it should be available soon for players on Android and iOS devices.
nCore Games shared the Trailer for the new FAU-G map on Twitter. As we mentioned earlier, the developer has yet to reveal the release date for the Dugong Rock Island map. The game was originally released in January 2021 and only featured a single-player campaign at launch. The developers have since added multiplayer modes like team deathmatch and free-for-all to the game.
Since its release, this free game has garnered over 5 million downloads on Google Play. However, FAU-G sits at an average user score of just 2.2 stars. Note that due to the enthusiasm around this game, FAU-G had reached the bar of 5 million downloads when it was released. The fact that the number of downloads still sits at 5 million suggests that the game has become stagnant. A new map should bring some players back into the game.
nCore Games seems to be having an uphill battle to bring this game back to its relevance. The mobile shooter segment is currently dominated by very popular titles such as Call of Duty: Mobile, Battlegrounds Mobile India, etc. EA also decided to enter the fray with its recently launched Apex Legends Mobile, which currently has a 4-star rating on Google Play and reached over 10 million downloads in less than a month after launch.
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