Facebook has cautiously entered the cloud gaming race – you don’t have to pay, but the game selection is modest.
In the announcement, the company’s vice president Jason Rubin said that Facebook will not make false promises. In his opinion, cloud gaming will develop in full force only in the future, but for now it is worth being patient, developing appropriate technologies and thoroughly testing everything.
That is why the service is still available in beta in some US states with only a few F2P mobile games to choose from: Asphalt 9: Legends, Mobile Legends: Adventure, PGA TOUR Golf Shootout, Solitaire: Arthur’s Tale, WWE SuperCard and Dirt Bike Unchained. Works in a desktop browser on a PC and in the Facebook application on Android.
Another innovation from Facebook is the so-called cloud advertising. For example, in an application on Android, instead of the usual advertising video, gameplay will be immediately launched through this very service. According to Jason, this is much easier for developers, and users can instantly appreciate the gameplay.