Facebook Gaming has more than 1.5 million people playing cloud-streamed games every month. The company now has more than 25 cloud-streamed games.
Facebook has launched its cloud gaming service on iPhone and iPad through a web app. Facebook’s cloud games are currently available in the US, Canada and Mexico, and will reach Western and Central Europe by early 2022. As The Verge reports, the site will let you play simple web games like solitaire and match-three and stream more graphics like racing games.
Facebook Gaming has more than 1.5 million people playing cloud-streamed games each month, and the social network has announced the roll out of cloud gaming in Canada and Mexico, and will reach Western and Central Europe by early 2022. The social network also welcomed top gaming company Ubisoft as a partner, and the now-popular Assassin’s Creed Rebellion game has entered Facebook Gaming as a cloud-streamed game.
Facebook Cloud Gaming was launched in October
Facebook made its cloud gaming service official in October last year. Several new games were launched in the main app and on the browser on Android and the web, but dropped Apple, saying that cloud gaming on iOS devices might not line up.
Facebook has more than 25 cloud-streamed games
Apple banned Facebook Gaming several times for coming to iOS, and the social network’s chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg, admitted that Facebook managed to launch an iOS version of its gaming app because it was “in order to get it into the App Store”. Was forced to give concession.
Facebook now has more than 25 cloud-streamed games on the platform, including most recently Roller Coaster Tycoon Touch by Atari, Lego Legacy Heroes Unboxed by Gameloft and Dragon Mania Legends and State of Survival by FunPlus.
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