At first, this does not sound as intriguing, but when you think about it, some mobile games do not have browser support. This type of cloud gaming service caters to Facebook's current gaming service, where many of the games you can play on Facebook are similar to or port overs of current mobile games.
Better yet, Facebook Gaming's service is still free and offers a wide array of free-to-play mobile games. Interestingly, the service has already grown to over 1.5 million monthly players, and that is only from select locations in the United States.
In today's announcement, Facebook announces that their infrastructure now covers 98% of people in mainland United States, with the service beginning to roll out in Canada and Mexico. In addition, Facebook plans to offer the service in Western and Central Europe come early 2022.
Facebook announces a partnership with Ubisoft. Unlike other cloud gaming partnerships that Ubisoft currently has, Ubisoft will only bring their mobile games to Facebook Cloud Gaming, beginning with Assassin's Creed Rebellion, Hungry Shark Evolution Hungry Dragon.
Lastly, Facebook mentions that they redesigned the Play destination page for Facebook gaming, allowing you to easily discover new games, whether they be HTML5 or cloud-streamed games.