Android Us Ubisoftshahengadget: Facebook’s free cloud gaming service has officially expanded to the United States.
Starting today, Facebook is making its free, ad-supported game library available to 98% of mainland US and partners with Ubisoft. To start playing, users can sign up for a Facebook account at fb.gg/facebookgames and then play one of the games in the catalog for absolutely no charge! These include titles lke Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and Rainbow Six Siege, which you can check out on the library here.
Facebook will rotate which games are free every week. And while the catalog may not be as robust as that of PlayStation Now or GeForce Now, this is a great way to try out new PC games without buying them at full price. After each play session, users will have to sign up for another round of free gaming before their hour is up.ike The Town of Light and Slime Rancher which are among some of our favorites here at IGN.
The software will be available on desktop and Android devices, allowing users to play uninterrupted for an unlimited amount of time.
What’s more is that, starting today, users outside the US who install a version of the Facebook app on their devices will see games from other countries as well — including Canada. This means that you can play Ubisoft games like Steep or Far Cry 4 or even see what others are playing in other countries.This represents a big step in Facebook’s goal to become a global platform for gaming experiences.
This is a really cool move by Facebook as they expand their service to more countries. Don’t forget that Google also has a suite of services where you can watch movies, play Boardgames and if you have an Android tablet or phone, you can even play some games on it.
“Facebook is the only digital platform that lets us reach across borders and bring people together,” said Lila Roumani, head of gaming partnerships at Facebook. “Our mission is to give people a place to play where they can discover stories, new games and connect with friends in meaningful ways. We’re thrilled that Facebook is now available in nearly every country, giving us a global platform for new partners to reach people all over the world.”
“We’re excited to be working together with Facebook on their gaming platform,” said Arnaud Lardinois, Gaming Partnerships Lead at Ubisoft.