Blizzard Details Parental Controls for Battle.net

Parents are able to set limits on game time for their kids

  Parental matters
Video game developer Blizzard has launched a new video which shows concerned parents how they can use a set of controls included in the Battle.net service in order to limit the time that their children spend playing titles like World of Warcraft or Diablo III.

Video game developer Blizzard has launched a new video which shows concerned parents how they can use a set of controls included in the Battle.net service in order to limit the time that their children spend playing titles like World of Warcraft or Diablo III.

The video is designed to give those interested all the details they need, from exactly what the parental controls can do to how they can be set up in such a manner that only a parent can modify them.

Battle.net is the online service that ties together all Blizzard-made video games and the company has been using it both to authenticate gamers and to deliver extra content and new experiences.

At the moment, Blizzard is working on a new MMO, called Project Titan, and on the Heart of the Swarm expansion for Starcraft II.

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