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Meta’s Making It Easier To Report Bugs In Its Horizon VR App

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Illustration of two Quest controllers with their X, Y, A, and B buttons being held down, and the “report a problem” screen that asks users to describe what went wrong.
Reporting an issue is as easy as A, B, X, and Y. | Image: Meta

Meta has updated Horizon Worlds, its main virtual reality / “metaverse” app, to make it easier to report bugs. If you see something going wrong while using the app, you can now press and hold the A, B, X, and Y buttons on your controllers to bring up the “report a problem” window, where you can also attach a screenshot showing what went wrong.

If the experience seems familiar, it may be because it’s been in testing for a while; according to Meta spokesperson Kelsi Horn, there were early tests available to “a subset of creators” as far back as April 2021. Since then, according to Horn, Meta has improved the UI and is now rolling it out to everyone. Horn added that “bugs reported through this tool are individually triaged by members of the…

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The Game Awards 2022: All The Announcements And Trailers

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Keigh-3 but make it winter

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A Guy Playing An Alto Flute In The Game Awards Orchestra Won The Night

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Tonight’s Game Awards was probably one of the more entertaining showcases in the event’s 10-year history and it has nothing to do with any of the games that swept the awards and everything to do with a guy and his flute.

Al Pacino started the show, not with a bang but with a poorly legible whimper as the celebrated actor struggled to read the no-doubt tiny words of the teleprompter. Then Christopher Judge, in accepting the award for Best Performance for his incredible, soulful, and heartening performance as Kratos, rambled for a good handful of minutes longer than he should have. Though his speech was a bit awkward and long-winded, I firmly believe Mr. Keighley let Judge go on for as long as he did in order to keep the rest of the show…

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The Biggest Announcements And Trailers From The Game Awards 2022

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Death Stranding 2. | Image: Kojima Productions

Star Wars, Death Stranding, Street Fighter, Super Mario, and much more.

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