All Meta’s Scary Halloween VR Experiences

This Halloween season, Meta is giving users an opportunity to immerse themselves in scary virtual reality experiences and have some spooky fun.

this Halloween season, Meta is bringing new horror VR experiences for thrill-seekers and those who enjoy having a good scare for the spooky holiday. Halloween is fun for dressing up in costumes and trick-or-treating, but for many, horror is why they love the season. With the power of virtual reality, users can experience what it’s like to be in a horror movie.

Meta has been extensively pushing VR, recently launching its Meta Quest Pro VR headset and new features for its metaverse. With VR becoming more powerful, new innovations in haptic feedback technology, and improvements in VR headset quality, virtual worlds are becoming more realistic than ever. And for lovers of horror and Halloween, this may be exactly what they want.


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While there are many VR horror games and experiences already out there, Meta is bringing new ones for its Halloween this year. These include Eli Roth’s Haunted House: Trick-VR-Treat starring Vanessa Hudgens, and four new episodes of BlackBoxTV’s Scream Park starring Grace Van Dien from Stranger Things. Scream Park is accessible through Venues in Horizon Worlds. Both of these new VR experiences from Meta will make you feel close to being in a horror movie without even needing to leave home.

Other horror thrills include NOPE World by Monkeypaw Productions which is a scary Haywood Ranch experience and Tokyo Case which is a two-part 360-degree Japanese horror short film. Meta’s Horizon World drive-in is showing some scary horror movies such as Alien Apocalypse, The Monster Challengeand Pennywise the Dancing Clown. Meta Quest headset users can also explore a collection of VR horror games such as Resident Evil 4 and Five Nights At Freddy’s: Help Wanted.

Additionally, Meta has partnered with Universal Pictures to introduce a Messenger chat experience that lets users create their own Halloween Reels. The feature is called #KillerReels, and can be accessed both on Messenger or Instagram. On Messenger, users can go to the Halloween Movie Facebook Page and tap ‘Send Message,’ while on Instagram, users can DM Halloween Movie to get started. with Meta‘s lineup of VR experiences, there should be something for all horror fans wanting a good scare and thrill this Halloween season.

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