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    Facebook is one of the most popular social media platforms with millions of users, which makes it easy to connect with family and friends. Users can post comments, share photographs, and post links or other interesting content on the web, do chat live, and watch short-form videos. 

    Facebook is always updated with new features. But now Facebook becomes more than a social media platform and getting into the world of the gaming industry.

    Today, Facebook Gaming announces several cloud-streamed games in the Facebook app and on browser playable instantly, with no downloads required. Cloud game streaming promises to deliver unprecedented access to games across every screen. Facebook launch the beta for cloud- streamed games on Facebook Gaming with a range of mobile-native games in Android APK formats.

    All cloud streamed games are playable in the same way you play games now on Facebook. No special hardware or controllers needed, your hands are the controller. And you can easily play these games with a mouse and keyboard on desktop. 

    More than 380 million people play games each month on Facebook, and people will play cloud streamed games right alongside those playing instant games in HTML5.

    Jason Rubin, VP of Play, Facebook wrote in blog post, Cloud gaming is about expanding the types of games we already offer, so we’ll start with the format people enjoy playing on Facebook: free-to-play games. That’s one of the reasons why we’re starting with games typically played on mobile devices. In the future, our systems and infrastructure will improve to deliver more types of games possibly all types of games. Until then, rest assured that the cost of trying our cloud games is $0.
     

    About 200,000 people playing cloud-streamed games per week in limited regions. The first set of games includes Asphalt 9: Legends by Gameloft; Mobile Legends: Adventure by Moonton; PGA TOUR Golf Shootout by Concrete Software, Inc.; Solitaire: Arthur’s Tale by Qublix Games; and WWE SuperCard by 2K. In the coming weeks Facebook is likely to add Dirt Bike Unchained by Red Bull, and will continue to test new experiences and expand the games library in number, type, and genre.

    However, the cloud games in not launching on iOS, so only Android and Web players will enjoy integrated cloud games on Facebook.

    According to blog post, Facebook is working on alternative options for iOS. Apple treats games differently and continues to exert control over a very precious resource. Stay tuned as we work out the best way for people to play games when and how they want, regardless of what device they bought.

    Cloud-streamed games are launching on Facebook in two complementary formats:

    Full, free-to-play mobile games in a relaunched destination for Play.

    Cloud playable ads so people can instantly try out a game on Facebook. 


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