Metaverse Meta users are getting myriad 10 times

Metaverse Meta users are getting myriad 10 times – Metaverse Meta users are getting myriad 10 times

Meta’s virtual empirical (Vr) metaverse system, Horizon Worlds, is reportedly experiencing significant developments and successfully reaching 300,000 users per month.

Facebook is known to have bet its future on virtual empirical concepts and the metaverse after converting the image to Meta and spending a fortune building hardware and software that goes beyond traditional social media.

So far, in carrying out his vision, Meta is limited to sharing a little with the public regarding how well his initial performance was in realizing this big goal.

Meta’s highest stake to date is a social VR system for Quest devices called Horizon Worlds. The virtual world was recently featured in a Super Bowl Meta ad, and Zuckerberg called it ‘the essence of our vision of the metaverse’.

According to The Verge, during the Meta virtual all-hands earlier this week, as the Metamates nickname was announced, corporate chief product officer Chris Cox gave employees a previously unreported update on Horizon’s user development.

Cox said that since Horizon Worlds rolled out to all Quest users in the United States (US) and Canada in early December, its monthly user base has grown 10-fold to 300,000 people.

Meta spokesman Joe Osborne confirmed the figure and said that includes users of Horizon Worlds and Horizon Venues, separate apps for attending upcoming events in VR that wear similar avatars and basic mechanics.

But that number doesn’t include Horizon Workrooms, a VR conference room that relies on an invite-only platform.

Prior to its December launch, Horizon Worlds was in beta for content creators to test tools within the virtual world.

Similar to how the game systems Roblox or Microsoft’s Minecraft work, Horizon Worlds allows people to build specific environments to hang out and play games as legless avatars.

Meta also announced that 10,000 separate worlds have been built on Horizon Worlds to date, and that Horizon Worlds’ private Facebook group containing creators now has more than 20,000 members.

Given that the system has only been a few months into its wide release, it’s still very early to say whether its rapid development will continue or at least the current users are staying on the system.

However, Meta still hasn’t revealed how many Quest headsets have been sold to date, which makes measuring success on Horizon a bit difficult. But according to some information from third parties it is estimated that Quest sales reach more than 10 million.

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