While Fortnite is promoting this security feature, Epic Games was widely criticized by security experts after it chose to take the game off the Google Play Store and encourage Android players to sideload the app instead.
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Adding two-factor authentication to your Fortnite account is a pretty good idea.
The team at Epic Games has always taken the safety of their Fortnite players very seriously with many public tips to help keep private info safe and accounts untouched. Gamers will simply have to enter their regular password, which will then prompt them to enter a code (via email or an app).
At the bottom of the page, under the TWO-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION heading, click to ENABLE AUTHENTICATOR APP or ENABLE EMAIL AUTHENTICATION as your two-factor method.
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When you go to sign in, you'll be asked to enter the security code from your preferred 2FA method (email or app).
The code is sent via the free authentication app or through email - to the verified email address on your Epic Games account. From there, hit "Password & Security" in the menu on the left, then scroll down until you see the "Two-factor authentication" bit.
After completing one of these steps, the Fortnite Boogie Down emote should be available to unlock and equip in your Battle Royale loadout screen. After doing so, you'll be signed into your account.
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