Facebook Wouldn’t Let Oculus’ Palmer Luckey Cosplay

Facebook Wouldn’t Let Oculus’ Palmer Luckey Cosplay
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Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey left Facebook in March, and has only just revealed the limitations of working with the social network – namely, he couldn’t cosplay.

According to Road to VR, who has translated Luckey’s first interview since leaving Facebook with Japanese site MoguraVR he explained the situation.

“At the moment I am an unemployed engineer, when I worked at Facebook I was just a business person,” he told MoguraVR. “The Oculus offices were on the Facebook campus. It certainly was a great working environment. But I had to restrain myself working there. I could not cosplay while working at Facebook.”

You can read the full interview here.