Facebook has recently introduced another gaming service known as the Facebook cloud games.
Many of you might already have heard of it, while others may not have. If this is your first time hearing of Facebook gaming on the cloud or you have heard of it before, but not quite sure what it is all about, then this article is for you.
In this article, I will be sharing with you all you need to know about the Facebook cloud games.
The Facebook cloud gaming services is designed to allow game lovers to have access to different interesting mobile games, without having to download these games to their devices.
The Facebook cloud games are available to Android and desktop users, but won’t be available to iOS users.
One of the advantages of cloud gaming is that you can play a very powerful game on a low hardware device since you won’t be downloading the games on your devices.
The Facebook cloud gaming service is not currently supported for VR, but might be supported in the nearest future, as Facebook is also considering it.
You can easily access the Facebook cloud games instantly in the application, or web browsers.
According to Facebook, the cloud games have been well tested by about 2,000,000 game players, hence, you sure are getting the best.
It might interest you to know that the Facebook cloud games are free to play, provided you have an Android device or a desktop computer, and an internet connection.
Some of the things you will enjoy in playing Facebook cloud games are 4K resolution, HDR, or 60 frames per second.
Current, the games available are 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.
Subsequently, Dirt Bike Unchained by Red Bull will also be added. These games are for touchscreen devices.
Sadly, the Facebook cloud games aren’t yet available to all regions yet. It’s only available to people in the US. However, it promises to be made available to all other regions in no distant time.
According to Facebook, the new gaming experience will be available inside a dedicated Gaming tab, and developers will be able to use cloud playable ads on the news feed Android and iOS to promote their games.
The idea of Facebook is that its users will be able to go off and on any games just like they do with the Facebook instant games.
Also, they won’t lose their game progression, as it will be associated with their Facebook login and can be carried over to the standalone games if they have the need to play the games outside of the social network.
That’s all on the Facebook cloud gaming.
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