Introducing Meta Horizon Worlds v145: Unveiling New Features and Enhancements
In the perpetually evolving virtual realm of Meta Horizon Worlds, Meta users can now immerse themselves in a more uncluttered and streamlined manner, alongside an enhanced experience with the recent update, version 145. This release gathers a slew of pristine features, including updates to the horizon and user menus, while addressing irksome issues related to pause mode.
Unified Horizon Menu for Cohesive Exploration
One of the highlighted features of this update is not something that we could bounce off from time to time but a meticulously crafted and restructured Horizon Menu designed to amalgamate all user items into one easily accessible location. Navigating through your inventory has never been this expedient, and this feature is certain to transform your cluttered space into an apple pie order.
With this functionality in place, you can embark on your virtual adventures with blindfolded ease, allowing you to scrutinize avatars before venturing into the expansive realm.
Through the mirror interface, users can effortlessly click on the backpack icon to access their Horizon Worlds items. Whether it’s fine-tuning name tag stickers, experimenting with emotes, or refining overall appearance – including wielding hard-earned rewards – everything is now at your fingertips. This thoughtful revamp aims to provide users with a more gripping and enjoyable experience within Meta Horizon Worlds, avoiding grappling with unnecessary complexities.
Quality of Life Improvements in the User Menu
Taking into account user insights, the user menu has undergone a series of enhancements for boosted ease of use. Items are now restabilized, and a new navigator has been assigned to the overflowed area. These adjustments are oriented towards making navigation more astute and user-friendly, enhancing the overall experience for Meta Horizon Worlds enthusiasts.
Highlighted Bug Fixes: Enhancing Avatar Interaction
In addition, the company has addressed user concerns, and the development team has relentlessly worked on fixing an issue where avatars were bogged down in a swampland, forcing users to leave them stranded and exit the platform due to visibility challenges. With this update, users can now seamlessly see avatar coins even when others are in pause mode, ensuring a smoother and more cohesive virtual interaction.
Furthermore, the team has been diligently planning to mend a few sections to improve the user experience.
- The Personal Home button in the menu is unresponsive for some users.
- Photo frames in the Personal Home space show a pink border.
Known Issues: Ongoing Investigations by the Worlds Team