Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has recently shared a video of his impressive home theater system, which he calls his “bunker.” The video shows him playing a virtual reality game on a giant screen covering the entire room wall.
The video, a tongue-in-cheek glimpse into the “bunker,” shows Zuckerberg and his buddies locked in digital combat, oblivious to the world outside. His wife, Priscilla Chan, enters with a knowing smile, the caption a playful “When your wife catches you in the ‘bunker.'”
The video, posted on his Instagram account, has received mixed reactions from the public. Some people praised him for his creativity and vision, while others criticized him for being out of touch with reality and the problems that Facebook is facing. Some also questioned the environmental impact of such an extensive and energy-consuming system.
Zuckerberg has not revealed how much he spent building the bunker, but it is estimated to cost millions. He has also not disclosed the bunker’s location, but some speculate that it could be in his Hawaii estate, where he owns several properties.
Zuckerberg, known for his passion for technology and innovation, said that he built the bunker to escape from the outside world and enjoy quality time with his family and friends.