Facebook today announced it is getting into on-demand game streaming, but VP of Play Jason Rubin tells GamesIndustry.biz it's tackling the tech in a different way from other companies like Microsoft and Google. First, there's the type of games that will be streamed. Unlike Xbox Game Pass or Google Stadia, Facebook isn't offering AAA or indie console and PC titles. Instead, it will let people visiting Facebook through a browser or using the Facebook app on Android to stream free-to-play mobile games. The company is also starting its streaming effort with just five titles: Asphalt 9: Legends, PGA Tour Golf Shootout, Solitaire: Arthur's Tale, WWE Supercard, and Mobile Legends: Adventure. That selection was chosen in part because those titles have gameplay that can accommodate a bit of latency, but Facebook intends to branch out next year into action and adventure titles, and Rubin says the long-term picture could include all types of games.
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