Meta Horizon Worlds application is still too buggy to use, according to the company’s executives. Indeed, Meta’s vice president of metavers, Vishal Shah, acknowledged that Horizon Worlds, the flagship application that Meta uses to showcase the potential of its metavers, still has many issues affecting its usability.
Last month, Meta launched a campaign called “Impact will be real”, which aims to inform the public about the real-world applications of Horizon Worlds. After having assured in introduction that its metaverse would be developed under the control and with the help of political decision-makers and industrial partners, the firm undertook to describe the possibilities that its virtual universe would offer in the future. A future that it estimates to reach in about ten years.
However, it seems that even the leaders of Meta are now criticizing Horizon Worlds and the state of the platform’s flagship metaverse application. Meta’s vice president of metaverse, Vishal Shah, referred to the quality issues facing the platform.
The Metaverse vice-president, Vishal Shah, reproaches the developers for their very low usage. A memo calls on them to correct this practice.
As a reminder, Horizon Worlds is an immersive virtual space developed by Meta. On this platform accessible in VR, you can live as in the real world.
Horizon worlds is now far from being finalized and suffers from many bugs. So much so that the virtual universe is shunned by its designers themselves. Vishal Shah declared:
Why? Why don’t we like the product we built so much that we use it all the time? The simple truth is, if we don’t like it, how can we expect our users to like it?