In a way, it's a sign of success. In any other respect, it may be devastating: Fortnite is so popular now that hackers have noticed it.
If a hacker steals your Epic Games account, they could take your credit card or PayPal information or buy expensive upgrades to your penny and then sell your account. (Yes, there is a marketplace for hacked Fortnite accounts.) Fortunately, you can protect yourself with.
Enable Fortnite Two-Factor Authentication
- Log in to your Epic Games account
- Click Password & Security
- Scroll down to the section " Two-Factor Login "(1
- Scroll down and click "Large", blue Two-Factor Login Enable button
That's it, you're done!
Unlike other two-factor authentication methods, Epic Games two-factor login does not use an SMS or an authentication app. Instead, Epic Games sends you a six-digit code that you must enter after entering your password to log in to your account.
If you're worried that two-factor authentication will cost you precious time and cause trouble, it's not. You only need to enter it once on your Fortnite device and will be prompted to retrieve and enter the login code when you move to a new device, delete browser cookies, or have expired more than 30 days since your last login.  Play Now:
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