Meta starts tests ‘members-only worlds’ in Horizon Worlds

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Meta is starting to test closed spaces called “members-only worlds” in Horizon Worlds, its social VR experience. The company has started a limited alpha test to allow creators to grow and moderate their own communities. Meta has chosen a small group of creators to design and test members-only worlds.

Meta explained in a blog post that creators can hand-pick members and offer them exclusive experiences. Each members-only world can have up to 150 world members and 25 concurrent visitors at any given time during the alpha test. Creators can use members-only worlds to host a book club, gather a gaming group, organise a support group, or simply hang out with friends and family without worrying about uninvited guests.

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Meta starts tests ‘members-only worlds’ in Horizon Worlds

Meta is starting to test closed spaces called “members-only worlds” in Horizon Worlds, its social VR experience. The company has started a limited alpha test to allow creators to grow and moderate their own communities. Meta has chosen a small group of creators to design and test members-only worlds.

Meta explained in a blog post that creators can hand-pick members and offer them exclusive experiences. Each members-only world can have up to 150 world members and 25 concurrent visitors at any given time during the alpha test. Creators can use members-only worlds to host a book club, gather a gaming group, organise a support group, or simply hang out with friends and family without worrying about uninvited guests.

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