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Mark Zuckerberg Updates Metaverse Avatar After Criticism

Mark Zuckerberg Updates Metaverse Avatar After Criticism
Mark Zuckerberg Updates Metaverse Avatar After Criticism
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It’s been a year since Facebook ‘s name change. This company, which we now know as Meta , is accelerating its investments in the metaverse sector, where they see great potential. Meta’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg , shares about the newly established metaverse every chance he gets.

Sharing his own metaverse avatar designed for Horizon Worlds in a similar post , Mark Zuckerberg was mocked on social media due to the lack of detail in the background and the avatar’s face looking like cardboard.

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Here is Mark Zuckerberg’s New Avatar

Mark Zuckerberg Updates Metaverse Avatar After Criticism

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After the shares, most people thought that their $10 million metaverse investment was wasted. But, listening to the voices of users, Mark Zuckerberg updated his metaverse avatar. The increased texture quality and realistic design attracted attention in the newly published image.

Heavy criticism from users about Horizon Worlds finally paid off. Some information about the future of the new metaverse system has also emerged. Accordingly, Horizon Worlds’ graphics engine will be completely changed and a much higher quality image will be offered to users. In addition, the famous tech billionaire stated that they will transfer a large amount of money for their metaverse projects in the next five years .

Unfortunately for Meta, real life does not continue as well as it does in virtual universes. So much so that, despite being one of the largest software companies in the world, Meta has switched to austerity policy by stopping hiring in the past months. Meta states that while the stock is losing value day by day and Facebook’s number of users continues to decline, entering such a big-budget project can have bad results. On the other hand, CEO Mark Zuckerberg thinks that the metaverse project has great potential.

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