According to UploadVR, the tech giant pointed out the change in an email sent to Horizon Worlds users informing them that creators must apply content ratings to their worlds to show if it’s suitable for all ages or only for mature users (ages 18 and up). more).
If the creators don’t take action and update their existing worlds within the next month, then those worlds “by default will be over 18, regardless of the content in the world.”
Creators can find a new ranking option in the World tab in Build Mode, which can be changed at any time.
The change happens like Meta unties facebook accounts from the core experience of its Quest VR headsets and replaces them with meta accounts that require a name and “date of birth so we can verify your age,” the report says.
Facebook required people to use the name “they pass in everyday life” in their previous policy, but this does not apply to meta accounts.
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