Meta Opens Monetization Options to Users of Horizon Worlds
Meta, the company formerly known as Facebook, is now launching a pilot project that will let users in Horizon Worlds, its VR metaverse platform, monetize their creations. This pilot will allow a number of users to collect payments for access to their created environments, or for virtual items sold in these worlds. Meta will also take a cut from the sales, which could reportedly be up to 50% of the price.
Meta Launches Horizon Worlds Monetization Program
Meta is starting to take the reach of Horizon Worlds, its flagship VR metaverse experience, more seriously. After the December....
Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive of Meta, revealed that the company is experimenting monetization for the Horizon Worlds virtual reality app in order to enable developers to generate income. While the new virtual reality game is now only available to a select set of creators, it represents an essential next step in the company’s long-term strategy […]
Horizon Worlds, one of the flagship metaverse apps that Meta has released, has reached a monthly userbase of 300K users on its platform. Meta’s executives announced this milestone in a virtual all-hands update last week. The company also announced recently that more than 10,000 worlds had been created on its platform, a sign of the growth that the tool has experienced since its launch in December.
Horizon Worlds Grows Amidst Metaverse Push
Meta’s focus seems to be picking up steam among the VR crowd. The company announced that Horizon Worlds, one of its flagship....
Meta’s VP of Metaverse, Vishal Shah, acknowledged that Horizon Worlds, the flagship app that Meta uses to show the potential of its metaverse, still has many problems affecting its usability. In a recent memo, Shah explains that even Meta’s employees are not using the app so much, and hints at the establishment of time quotas for the presence of employees on the platform.
Horizon Worlds Buggy, Meta’s Executive Recognizes
Meta’s metaverse push is facing some trouble, with executives now criticizing Horizon Worlds and the state of the flagship metaverse....
Meta, the social network company, has expanded the services of its flagship metaverse app, Horizon Worlds, to Spain and France. This move is part of the expansion plan of Meta to offer these services to more countries in Europe this year. While the app was available as an invite-only service in 2020, it just opened its services to the general public in December 2021 for the U.S. and Canadian markets.
Meta Expands App Horizon Worlds to Spain and France
Meta, the social media conglomerate, is expanding its metaverse offerings to Europe. The company recently announced the launch of....
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg has decided to overhaul the company’s flagship metaverse app Horizon Worlds after it received heavy criticism due to its graphic simplicity. The backlash was received as a consequence of one of the selfies of Zuckerberg’s avatar in Horizon Worlds presented to illustrate the launch of the platform in Spain and France.
Horizon Worlds to Get Graphics Overhaul
Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta, a social media and VR company, announced that a series of changes are coming to Horizon Worlds, Meta’s metaverse-focused app, to make it more immersive....