nCore games recently announced the action game Fearless And United: Guards FAU:G with mentorship from actor Akshay Kumar. Where 20% of net revenues are donated to BharatKeVeer trust for India’s Bravehearts. Akshay kumar tweeted that, With FAU-G, he hopes that the gamers will learn about the sacrifices of our soldiers and also contribute to the families of the martyrs.
Following the game’s announcement, the netizens began propagating some hilarious memes and jeering. While the FAU-G comes as a breather in a short time, the game’s poster has definitely caught everyone’s attention.
One of the twitter user took a jibe at the developers by insisting them to use some original work and rather not lift from stock photos.
The stock photo isn’t evidently new. It has already been utilised in a news article by Frantical Futurist in a post titled: “US Army explores the use of shape shifting robots for 2040” earlier in January 2020. While another user asserted that we can also see the same image in a song called “Today We Rise” by the band Collision Of Innocence.
However, few others lashed out at the trollers and said that shutter stock has put it for sale to use and it was never copied.
FAU-G is based on real events experienced by the Indian Security Forces to confront the foreign threats, which is expected to be launched by October.