Age and content ratings are coming Fourteen days next month. Starting November 14, first- and third-party content for the popular online game must have an assigned age rating from the International Age Rating Coalition (IARC).
With Epic’s gradual entry into production Fourteen days As a content creation platform (expanding its revenue opportunities), IARC wants to ensure that young players know what experience they will have. The safety of the young population was a key issue Fourteen days and other games like Roblox.
The IARC rating system in Fortnite
“As Fortnite continues to evolve into a multi-game ecosystem with a variety of games and experiences from Epic and third-party developers, the IARC ratings system gives parents and players access to trusted and trusted reviews to help them make informed decisions about it. “and how they play,” wrote Epic.
When a player is ready to release their Fourteen days In order for other players to view the island, they must complete the IARC questionnaire before it is sent out for review by Epic’s moderators. Age and region-based ratings are assigned upon completion and “applied and prominently displayed before access.”
The IARC noted that participating assessment bodies, such as the ESRB in the US or PEGI in Europe, may retroactively change region-specific assessments based on their own review of experiences after they are published.
Preparers can begin completing the IARC questionnaire starting Monday, October 16th. Epic warned that any island that does not receive a rating before November 14th will automatically be removed from the list.