Akshay Kumar’s ‘FAU-G Game Poster ‘Copied’ from Stock Image Twitter Wants to Know

The city has a new game called FAU-G and already has a social media flack for its apparent lack of original

 Akshay Kumar’s ‘FAU-G Game Poster ‘Copied’

Akshay Kumar's 'FAU-G Game Poster 'Copied
Akshay Kumar’s ‘FAU-G Game Poster ‘Copied’ from Stock Image Twitter Wants to Know

A few days after PUBG was removed from the shelves amidst 118 apps in Ladakh with China re-emerging, Akshay Kumar announced the release of a multiplayer action game called FAU-G, to entertain fans. Was developed by gamers and Bollywood. for Akshay Kumar’s ‘FAU-G Game Poster ‘Copied
Kumar also said that to support the Braves of India, he donated 20 percent of his net income to the Veer Trust of India. The trust was also started by him.

“For the youth in India, gaming is becoming an important form of entertainment. With FAU: Gee, I hope that as they play the game they will learn about the sacrifices of our soldiers and also Akshay Kumar’s ‘FAU-G Game Poster ‘Copied contribute to the families of the martyrs; And with this, each of us has the ability to support PM Modi’s vision of self-reliance, ”Kumar said.

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While the news was initially mixed with hilarious memes and jokes, the game’s poster contained something “fishy” that cannot be ignored.

According to a post by Twitter user @maximustaurean, the makers of the poster used stock images to show soldiers engaged in a fight.

Akshay Kumar’s ‘FAU-G Game Poster ‘Copied

The stock photo is not new in itself. It has been used before in a news article by Frontal Futurist, titled: “In January 2020 the US Army discovered the use of a shaping robot for 2040”.

While another Hawk-Ident commentator stated that the photo also appeared in a song called “Today We Rise”, which was given by the band Collision of Innocence.

A quick search by Google reveals that the photo used in Kumar’s FAU-G game is on the Shutterstock website, attributed to Phet Thai. The only visible difference between the two photographs was the addition of the Indian flag to FAU-G.

 

A copy of which was uploaded on Instagram by the same uploader in February 2019.

 
 
 
 
 
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Many users were offended by the lack of “originality” used by Kumar and the developers to promote the game.

 
 
 
 
 
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Many users were offended by the lack of “originality” used by Kumar and the developers to promote the game.ZZZMany users were offended by the lack of “originality” used by KuA post shared by Phetthai (@phetthai05) on

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However, many others were of the opinion that the photo is readily available to purchase on TrustLock, as it could be fair use in any context.

Meanwhile, the game is based on actual scenarios by Indian security forces to deal with both domestic and foreign threats. The game is expected to launch by the end of October as it had a third-person shooting gameplay in the backdrop of Galvan Valley with its third level set. The game will be available on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

Vishal Gondal, founder and president of Gaming Publisher, said, “It is a matter of great pride for PM Modi to answer this call and present it to the world on a global scale, which will not only help gamers to fight in a virtual setting of evil; “Make a positive contribution to nation-building by supporting our martyrs.”

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