You read that right. The latest twist in Facebook’s U-turn over the integration of Facebook accounts with Oculus VR headsets is quite a doozy – and it has some bad consequences for those in the midst of buying their first VR headset.
And yes, that includes a risk of losing your VR games and Oculus platform access if you ever deactivate or delete your Facebook account.
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