nCore Games finally made its highly-anticipated game, FAU-G: Fearless And United Guards available for pre-registration on the Google Play Store. Unfortunately, it seems like not all users are able to pre-register. A number of users have taken to social media to complain that their devices are seemingly incompatible with the game. The reason for this is not certain yet. Many claim that their device offers plenty of power to run games like FAU-G. Some users say that the game is listed as “incompatible” with their device even though they have a device with 6GB RAM or even 8GB RAM. It should be noted that the game’s listing on the Google Play Store does not reveal its requirements. Rather, the sections for size, and Android requirements list it as “varies with device.”
My mobile 6gb ram oppo Reno not support why? pic.twitter.com/DP0hhMzEg3
— SS GAMING CHANNEL YT-தமிழ் (@SSGAMINGCHANN15) November 30, 2020
Hey ! @nCore_games Do I Need 16 GB Ram And 1TB Storage With Flagship Class Processor
Why My Phone With 4GB Ram with helio p22 Still Incompatible For This App ?
— Faug Memes (@FauG_Meme) November 30, 2020
Why is my Device with 8GB RAM and 112.5GB Internal Memory free not compatible? #FAUG #BeFearless pic.twitter.com/ZWZV6UCsJW
— ABHINAV SINHA (@ToughAbhinav) November 30, 2020
Digit.in reached out to Vishal Gondal, Advisor and Investor in nCore Games, and he gave a pretty succinct statement saying, “We have identified the problem and will be issuing a fix soon.” So players should just hold tight as the issue should be fixed, and they will be able to pre-register for the game soon. It should be noted that we were able to pre-register for the device on our OnePlus 6T Mclaren Edition that packs 10GB RAM and currently runs Android 10.
Checking this bhai
— Vishal Gondal (@vishalgondal) November 30, 2020
It should be noted that we still do not know when the game will be available. Regardless, the fact that the game is listed on the Google Play Store is a pretty big step in its own right. It also revealed a bunch of other information that we could glean from the listing. For starters, we finally got a look at what appears to be the main menu of the game, which suggests that it will feature two in-game currencies. Most likely one will be a free currency, while the other will be a premium currency that players will have to pay to get. There is also an in-game store that will allow players to make in-game purchases.