Meta Allows More Countries to Play Online Game «Horizon Worlds», Gets Roasted For Crappy Graphics

Whatever will we do about Meta? Everybody’s least favorite technology conglomerate hasn’t been able to catch a break since it underwent its not-so-shiny Web3 rebrand. It’s safe to say that much of the internet has not been convinced by its dogged commitment to drag us and our data into their precious Metaverse, and their latest product launch has proved that this hasn’t changed.

On Tuesday, the company announced that France and Spain would now be able to play in their flagship virtual reality game Horizon Worlds, following in the footsteps of the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. They announced this expansion to the world through the Zucc himself posting a VR selfie in front of major landmarks from either country. 

So far, so normal in terms of a major corporation acting like they’re everybody’s friend. There was only one hitch: the picture graphics were so abysmal that they were all anybody wanted to talk about. All of a sudden, people who hadn’t even registered that Horizon Worlds was a thing were pondering how a game operating in 2022 could look worse than something released twenty years earlier. We’d say that all publicity is good publicity, but these reactions aren’t making things look positive. 

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