Meta* Horizon Worlds has so many problems that even developers don't use it

Meta* Horizon Worlds has so many problems that even developers don't use it

The social network of the virtual reality Meta* Horizon Worlds, which is positioned as a flagship application for the metaverse, suffers from a large number of errors and failures. As a result, even a team of its developers use their creation very rarely, reporting to The Verge with reference to their own sources.

In one of the internal employee notes dated September 15, Vishal Shah renamed Facebook* Meta* and the metallurgical technology began to enter billions of dollars.

The multi-user platform became available to Meta*Quest owners in December last year, with over 300,000 users, and soon the company promised to release its web version for PCs and mobile devices, although Mr. Vishal's notes suggest that the release is planned to be postponed.

Meta* promised that Horizon Worlds would offer users a realistic schedule, but today the platform is significantly behind competitions that do not have virtual reality, including Fortnite, and Mark Zuckerberg himself became a meme after he published a screenchott with his avatar for the launch of Horizon in France and Spain, and later he tried to correct the situation by publishing the version in a higher quality, and promised to present further details at the Connect conference scheduled for 11 October.

According to Shah, one of the problems with the project is the fact that the application is not used by its developers. Thus, on 15 September, he wondered how the platform could be expected to attract users if it was not liked by the developers themselves; and already on 30 September, he threatened to bring to justice managers whose subordinates did not enter the platform at least once a week.

* Listed on the list of voluntary associations and religious organizations in respect of which the court has taken a legally enforceable decision to abolish or prohibit activities on the grounds provided for in Federal Act No. 114-FZ of 25 July 2002 on countering extremist activities.