Mark Zuckerberg says the metaverse won’t look as wack as his selfie


  • Mark Zuckerberg of Meta revealed major updates to Horizon, and avatar graphics are on the way.
  • He shared a cringe selfie on Instagram in order to mark the expansion of Meta’s Horizon Worlds into France and Spain.
  • Zuckerberg revealed he found it reasonable that the selfie must have offended you.

In a recent post shared on the official Instagram channel of Mark Zuckerberg, we can see a cringe selfie of his that features the boyish Chief Executive Officer of Meta in front of a low-resolution replica of the Eiffel Tower. This image did manage to creep out the users, and there is certainly no denying that we could have expected anything else. 

The selfie was shared in order to mark the augmentation of the bland virtual reality platform of Meta, Horizon Worlds, into France and Spain. Unfortunately, the image was quite cringing, and people did get offended that came amid the influence of Meta over our virtual past and present.

However, realizing that the image was really cringed, Mark Zuckerberg affirmed that people should not be worried about the future of the metaverse as it is not going to look as wack as the selfie he shared. 

The CEO of Meta captioned the image he shared on Instagram that said that the major updates related to Horizon and avatar graphics are coming soon, and he will be sharing more on Connect. 

This statement came amid the upcoming developer conference of Meta, and adding further to the statement, he mentioned that he is well aware of the fact that the photo he posted earlier this week was quite basic as it was taken very quickly in order to celebrate the launch.

In addition to this, it should be noted that the graphics in Horizon are going to be of much more capability even on the headsets. As per Mark, the graphics in the Horizon are improving at a great pace.