During Thursday’s Epic Games and Lego, we announced “Long-term cooperation to shape the future of metaverse.” With a focus on building a safe space for young players.
As Nils Christiansen, CEO of Lego, explained, “Just as we have protected children’s rights to safe physical play for generations, we are committed to doing the same in digital play.”
In this regard, he added, the three guiding principles are to protect the right of children to play in a place where safety and well-being is a priority, to protect their privacy, and to empower children and adults with tools that give them control. on the virtual experience.
“The family digital experience will give children access to tools that will enable them to become self-confident and creative Providing amazing gaming opportunities in a safe and positive setting,” The companies announced in a statement.
At the moment, more details are unknown, but this is undoubtedly intended to compete with games like Roblox, which has a large number of small players, but has been questioned on several occasions due to its security measures.
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