Meta opens online store for digital avatar clothes

Meta opens online store for digital avatar clothes: Meta, previously known as Facebook, is introducing Avatars Store. A digital apparel store where users may buy clothes for their avatars.

CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the ‘Avatars Store’ debut on Facebook, Instagram, and Messenger. Where users can purchase digital garments to decorate their avatars, according to a Facebook post.

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“Digital commodities will be a key driver of the creative economy and an essential means to express oneself in the metaverse.” “I’m looking forward to adding more companies and bringing this to virtual reality (VR) shortly,” Zuckerberg said.

The online shop will launch in a few countries next week, with digital ensembles from Balenciaga, Prada, and Thom Browne as the first offerings.

The tech giant has not divulged the price of these digital costumes.

Meta just integrated parental controls to all Quest VR headsets. Allowing parents to monitor their children’s screen time and get purchase clearance requests.

According to the firm, parental monitoring options send out to all Quest headsets.