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Angry Birds and Sonic will soon be playable in Facebook Messenger

08 Décembre 2017

Last year, Facebook launched games on Messenger and to continue the excitement next year, the platform revealed upcoming titles and other new features for gamers.

Disney Tsum Tsum, published by LINE and launching in 2018, will bring beloved Disney characters to Messenger as players collect, connect and pop Tsum Tsum based on the popular Disney Tsum Tsum plushes.

Angry Birds lands as a new version of the game that looks similar to the original mobile sensation, but that Messenger has confirmed will come with a "new way to challenge friends".

Facebook says that the live-streaming feature will go live from today, so get ready for that in your feed, while the Angry Birds and Sonic will arrive from next year. You'll then be able to choose which audience you want to share it with before you post it like you would any other Live video. To start recording, just press the "Start Live Video" button.

The idea with Instant Games is to boost people's time spent in Messenger by giving them something else to do besides just chat. When this feature is introduced early next year, Words With Friends from Zynga will be the first game to use it and allow friends to watch each other's reactions as they run up the score.

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The feature, powered by Facebook Live, lets Messenger users broadcast their gameplay to their Facebook Page or profile. Both games are built by CoolGames, an Instant Games platform developer.

With the live streaming feature, Facebook is playing catch up rivals like Twitch, YouTube and Microsoft, all of which today offer their own tools and services for live streaming games.

Games are an authentic extension of the connection people feel in Messenger - a fun, interactive and powerful way to connect to people you chat with daily or friends and family who live far away.

There will also be the ability to video chat with your partner while you play a game with them, set to be introduced on Words With Friends early next year.

Angry Birds and Sonic will soon be playable in Facebook Messenger