Mark Zuckerberg sees the future of the Internet in his Metaverse. Apparently, the app is so broken that even its developers don’t want to use it.
The Horizon Worlds app is Mark Zuckerberg’s flagship project when it comes to the Metaverse, a 3D digital world designed to transform the way we communicate with each other. At the moment, however, the program suffers from such quality problems that even its developers do not want to spend their time in the virtual world. as “The Verge” reports. The technology magazine refers to an internal document of the target group.
The letter was sent to Meta employees in mid-September. In it, the Vice President of the Meta metaverse, Vishal Shah, put a so-called “quality lock” on his team until the rest of the year. Until then, they want to make sure “quality gaps and performance issues” are ironed out before the “Horizon Worlds” program is made available to other users.
“Feedback from our developers, users, game testers, and others on our team shows that our community is experiencing challenges due to […] Stability issues and bugs make it difficult to experience the magic of Horizon,” The Verge quoted Shah’s letter as saying.
At least once a week to the Metaverse
Shah complained that the Metaverse developers were not using the program as often as they wanted. “Why don’t we like the product we’ve developed so much that we want to use it all the time?” If it’s not used by the team itself, no one can expect users to like it, Shah said.
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