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I am not a fan of first person shooter games, or video games in general.
When my son first asked me for this game I was skeptical.
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In short, some players in this game very toxic and your teen WILL be exposed to this. Some say that toxic players say things like "too ez" after winning a game, that is not what I'm talking about at all. The anonymity of the game (as with the web) brings out the worst in people.
I'd like to close with a few things: * The toxic players are in every online game, even games like Minecraft.
* Blizzard has done some things that make it so blocking players doesn't work (no, you can't effectively block these toxic players because people were blocking "good" players). There is a "block player" command but I haven't seen it work, I still end up playing with people I've blocked... I'll leave it up to the reader to do a Google search to determine how effective reporting this to Blizzard is. It has been my experience that this is near useless, especially in Competition where it is expected you have a mic (team communication is very important in this game). I haven’t heard of anyone being banned from Overwatch for anything other than game modification (cheating).
I researched overwatch online and found that it didn't look terribly violent.