As Polygon notes, each company has offered some of the world’s most famous intellectual property, together with characters from Marvel, DC, and Star Wars, ‘Metaverse’ which all however guarantee each and every kiddo (and kid at heart) will prefer to be a part of the virtual space. The companies have now not said when the new digital area will open.

The term ‘Metaverse’ has been thrown around a lot lately, and tech specialists have deemed the augmented and virtual reality space as the future of the internet. Like each and every other platform, the Metaverse boasts a lot of cool new ways to have interaction with others virtually alongside new stresses for parents, who would possibly now not know how to assist their kids to navigate this novel virtual terrain and its potential pitfalls.

Fortunately, extra and extra companies are working to make safe spaces for kids in the Metaverse. Fortnite and Unreal Engine developer Epic Games has teamed up with The Lego Group to make a family-friendly, kid-safe Metaverse, one where you can go away as many plastic building blocks on the floor without the pain of stepping one.

“Kids enjoy playing in digital and physical worlds and move seamlessly between the two. We believe there is huge potential for them to develop life-long skills such as creativity, collaboration, and communication through digital experiences,” said Niels B Christiansen, CEO of the Lego Group, in a joint press statement.

“But we have a responsibility to make them safe, inspiring, and beneficial for all. Just as we’ve protected children’s rights to safe physical play for generations, we are committed to doing the same for digital play. We look forward to working with Epic Games to shape this exciting and playful future.”

While there aren’t too many important points as to what this Metaverse will entail, it’s protected to say the two companies are experts at open-world building, which makes this voyage into the digital area feel like a natural extension of each brand. The two groups additionally made it clear that kids’ safety is their number one priority, citing three guiding principles of the project:

  • Protect children’s right to play by making safety and wellbeing a priority.
  • Safeguard children’s privacy by putting their best interests first.
  • Empower children and adults with tools that give them control over their digital experience.