Multiple profiles on one account to allow 'local' multiplay without forcing us to buy multiple copies of a game - also parental controls !
First of all - absolutely cracking product! I have NEVER bought a gaming platform in the first month of its release until the quest - and I was blown away - whoever described it as the Nintendo of vr was spot on !!!!
I have 2 quests and was going to buy another 2 but in order to play with (or against) other players on my other quests I find that I am forced to register each quest on a different account which means I have to buy every game separately for each quest !!!
Can we have multiple profiles for different users on the same account to allow ‘local’ multiplay - it would also be an ideal opportunity to bring parental controls to the quest which are sadly non-existent (I really don’t want my 9 year old to be able to play Drop Dead : Dual Strike !) - To be honest I was really surprised that parental controls weren’t in place at launch - it’s pretty much an essential feature nowadays (note: I’m not on about content or web filtering, simply not allowing selected apps without a pin would have been enough to start with).
For now I’m holding off buying any more quests until I can use multiple player profiles - It’s just too expensive to be forced into buying 4 copies of the same game just to play with local players 😮
Benjamin Wilson commented
I think it should also include what apps can be opened as well. Kids go into some adults rooms all the time. It drives us nuts. For instance Altspace. Its okay they use it but not to go into the rooms labeled adults only.
I share the exact same sentiment. Running a VR program with juvenile detention youth and these two points are issues that I face.