Meta launches metaverse and virtual reality game app Horizon Worlds in Spain and France. He hopes to do so in more countries.
- Meta launches Horizon Worlds in Spain and France
- People will be able to access from the VR headset sold by the company.
- Mark Zuckerberg said that soon will reach more countries
- Meta opened a data centre in Talavera de la Reina
“Today we launch Horizon Worlds in France and Spain! I look forward to seeing people explore and build immersive worlds, and soon to bring this to more countries.” wrote Mark Zuckerberg in Facebook showing the image of your avatar in the metaverse.
Meta the social networking company, expanded the services of its flagship metaverse application, Horizon Worlds, to Spain and France. This move is part of the expansion plan of Goal.
In a release, the company announced that all citizens over the age of 18 in these countries will have the opportunity to enjoy this service using one of the headsets. VR virtual reality (VR) technology is used to simulate an immersive artificial world that can mimic or transcend reality. V the company sells.
This launch in these two countries is part of a movement that will seek to launch Horizon Worlds in more European countries by 2023.
The app, which has been available to users as an invite-only closed beta since 2020, opened its services in the U.S. and Canada last December and followed that launch by opening its platform a place to buy, sell and store cryptocurrency to customers in the U.K., Ireland and Iceland this year.
What is Horizon Worlds?
Horizon Worlds is an immersive social experience where they can explore, play and create together. It allows users to experience a virtual reality world where they are represented by a configurable avatar and can traverse worlds created by other players and experiences developed by companies. “From action-packed games to quiet places ideal for meditation, Horizon Worlds has something to offer for all tastes and moods.” the company says.
Add: “Earlier this year, we launched our first asset library, a collection of pre-built items that creators can use whenever they want. And we’ve started testing ways to monetize the things you build in Horizon World, through options like selling virtual goods or offering paid access to exclusive spaces.”
It also has an important security the term securities refers to a fungible and tradable financial instrument that carries a type of monetary value. policy:
“For starters, our VR Conduct Policy and Horizon Worlds Prohibited Content Policy outline what is and isn’t allowed on our platform. If someone is bothering you, you have several options. From your wrist menu, you can tap the shield icon and open Safe Zone, which allows you to take a break from your surroundings and block, mute, or report anyone engaging in unwanted behavior. All new Horizon Worlds users go through an onboarding process that explains how to use Safe Zone. In addition, anyone who violates our policies can have their account an account is essentially a whose purpose is to track the financial activities of a specific asset/ restricted, suspended, or disabled, depending on the specifics of the case.
Plans in Spain
Spain is a particularly important country for the company, he says, because it has decided to invest investing is when you put money in a financial scheme with the intent of making a gain. more than USD $1 billion to build a giant data center in the Talavera de la Reina region . In this regard, Javier Olivan, VP cross-Meta products and infrastructure, said:
“Spain is at the forefront of European technology. The country benefits from having two strong technology hubs: Barcelona and Madrid. As our company prepares to help build the metaverse, we put Spain at the center of our plans”. accountBitcoin.com.
In addition, a new Meta Workers’ Hub en Madrid. Otro proyecto es el Metaverse a metaverse is a digital universe that contains all the aspects of the real world, such as real-time interactions and economies. It offers a unique experience to end-users. Lab that the company is building in partnership with Telefónica, to attract companies to produce products based on the metaverse.
However, the Spanish government has also asked the Meta to respect national laws regarding the handling of user data collected by the company in its apps. According to the country’s media, Pedro Sánchez, Spain’s president, stressed that the data of Spaniards would have to remain in Spain and be processed in accordance with local laws. In March, the president himself also welcomed Meta and its investments in Spain.
It is worth noting that Meta continues to invest even though the company’s balance sheet has recently been in the red. At the end of July, Meta reported that he had recorded a loss in the second quarter of the year de USD $2.810 millones en su división Facebook Reality Labs (FRL), which comprises its augmented and virtual reality operations, according to its earnings report released yesterday. That was slightly lower than its USD $2.96 billion loss in the first quarter and better than analysts’ estimates of a USD $3.67 billion loss for the division for the quarter, according to FactSet.
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