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Meta quest giving you more in its VR social network

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In Meta Horizon Worlds VR social network, quests are coming. No, not Quest headsets, but in-game missions with rewards that might make visiting and returning more enjoyable.

Meta’s testing offers you the chance to unlock in-game goodies like clothes for your avatar. Joining in on its Giant Mini Paddle Golf experience will see you facing off against a whimsical mini golf course using a paddle to hit a ball towards each hole. The quests screen can be accessed via an icon that appears with your profile picture, and when you successfully finish the quest, you will get rewarded.

Giant Mini Paddle Golf, an example of how quests can offer themed rewards, allows players to earn nautically-themed pieces of clothing for their avatars. Surely this feature will be included in the 20 new Horizon experiences Meta is reportedly developing. One unfortunate possibility is that brands will also make use of this idea and create worlds, quests. Items to promote themselves in the metaverse. (For instance, could Walmart’s next virtual world be part of Horizon?)

A challenge with Horizon Worlds is how to keep Quest headset users engaged. Quests could also help Meta keep Quest headset users engaged. Horizon Worlds features many experiences with player counts in the single or low double digits. So quests could motivate players to spend more time in different worlds. As Horizon Worlds expands to web and mobile in this year. Quests may make the platform more interesting to a wider audience.

As for those without quests yet, Meta says it plans to extend the feature to “more people over time.” While you wait, check out Horizon’s comedy clubs.

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Meta quest giving you more in its VR social network

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In Meta Horizon Worlds VR social network, quests are coming. No, not Quest headsets, but in-game missions with rewards that might make visiting and returning more enjoyable.

Meta’s testing offers you the chance to unlock in-game goodies like clothes for your avatar. Joining in on its Giant Mini Paddle Golf experience will see you facing off against a whimsical mini golf course using a paddle to hit a ball towards each hole. The quests screen can be accessed via an icon that appears with your profile picture, and when you successfully finish the quest, you will get rewarded.

Giant Mini Paddle Golf, an example of how quests can offer themed rewards, allows players to earn nautically-themed pieces of clothing for their avatars. Surely this feature will be included in the 20 new Horizon experiences Meta is reportedly developing. One unfortunate possibility is that brands will also make use of this idea and create worlds, quests. Items to promote themselves in the metaverse. (For instance, could Walmart’s next virtual world be part of Horizon?)

A challenge with Horizon Worlds is how to keep Quest headset users engaged. Quests could also help Meta keep Quest headset users engaged. Horizon Worlds features many experiences with player counts in the single or low double digits. So quests could motivate players to spend more time in different worlds. As Horizon Worlds expands to web and mobile in this year. Quests may make the platform more interesting to a wider audience.

As for those without quests yet, Meta says it plans to extend the feature to “more people over time.” While you wait, check out Horizon’s comedy clubs.

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