With Facebook Gameroom, the social media giant has reached out to developers by making it easier to bring high-quality games to the PC.
Facebook has officially launched "Gameroom" Windows desktop gaming platform in collaboration with cross-platform game engine Unity.
With Facebook Gameroom, the social media giant has reached out to developers by making it easier to bring high-quality games to the PC to take full advantage of the CPU and GPU native power.
"The Facebook build target lets you deploy your projects to either the new Gameroom desktop app for Windows as a native Windows player, or to Facebook.com using Unity's WebGL support," said Sheree Lee, Technical Program Manager at Facebook, in a statement.
Developers will also be able to use the Unity API service to handle in-app purchases on Facebook.
The update is being rolled out in 30 countries with other countries to join in soon.
The company is said to be working with carriers, internet service providers, and local entrepreneurs to help expand connectivity to underserved locations around the world.
Facebook was recently accused of putting up fake news which led to influential consequenced across the globe.
Earlier this month, Facebook rolled out a new feature called Messenger Day that tries to clone Snapchat's "Stories" feature.
Messenger is also adding a feature that will let users receive notifications about PayPal transactions.
To use the new feature, find a video on your phone or desktop, tap the TV button in the top right and then select the device you want to stream through.
This step is essentially Facebook's initiative towards developing markets like India where Internet access is still slow and not much spread out.
Facebook has reportedly rolled out end-to-end encryption for its Messenger users.
As of now, Messenger Lite will be available in Tunisia, Kenya, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Venezuela but Facebook is expected to soon expand the service to other parts of the world as well.
Facebook At Work will essentially be enterprise communication platform and already has over 400 plus testers on board.