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Meta will no longer force you to sign in with a Facebook account when using your VR headsets.

From August, Zuck introduces a new Meta account (which will not be linked to Facebook) for both new and existing users. And if you’re signed in to your VR device with an Oculus account, you’ll still need to give it up after January 1, 2023.

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