Meta has also begun testing “members-only worlds” featuring exclusive content.
Meta announced this week that it has created “members-only worlds” that allow selected user groups to grow and manage their own communities. These closed spaces feature exclusive VR content accessible to select groups. horizon world user.
According to the official press release, creators can invite up to 150 members to each world as part of the alpha test. Each members-only world can support up to 25 concurrent visitors at a time. Here the user can participate in a variety of multiplayer activities such as organizing book her clubs, joining support her groups, meeting friends and family, and more.
“Every community develops its own norms, etiquette, and social rules over time as it nurtures its own culture. We give you the tools to help you set rules and maintain rules for enclosed spaces. official release.
“Creators can choose whether to share moderation responsibilities with other trusted group members, and decide whether to allow members to visit the world without the presence of creators and moderators,” they said. Added. “Anyone can report the world to Meta at any time and report others for behavior that violates the Virtual Experience Code of Conduct.”
In addition to members-only worlds, horizon world It also extends to additional platforms beyond VR. Meta’s social VR metaverse will soon be available on the web and on mobile devices, allowing those who don’t have a Quest 2 or Quest Pro VR headset to jump into the action.
As mentioned above, Meta partners with select groups. horizon world User as part of ongoing alpha testing. This test is designed to ensure creators have the tools they need to properly manage and grow their members-only worlds.
Check the official release for more details here.
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