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Facebook Oculus: Those who use a lot of headsets are not banned

Oculus' move to "require" Facebook accounts is causing serious problems for some of its biggest fans. Windows Central says Facebook will ban Oculus users who use more than one VR headset connected to the same social media account. This violates the terms of Facebook, say support representatives. In other words, you run the risk of banning yourself if you buy several Oculus Quest 2s for the family and do not want to create different Facebook accounts to allow people to play at the same time.

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Multiple VR headsets in one account: Facebook will not ban Oculus users

The company plans to support multiple Facebook accounts in one headset, but that does not address the concerns of people who may or may not want to create a Facebook account, such as children under 13 years old. The current situation could force people to either create placeholder accounts or use only one set of headphones at a time. It is almost certain that some of the most loyal Oculus users will be annoyed.

The company claimed that requiring an account would help people find friends for social experiences such as games, reduce trolls and allow integration with features such as Horizon VR. However, critics say this connects users to Facebook's ecosystem and makes it easier for the company to keep track of users.

Oculus responded to a customer complaint in a series of tweets it posted, telling it that using the same Facebook account on two headsets would not ban the user. He added that he intends to introduce the possibility of "multiple users who can connect to the same device using their own Facebook account".

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