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Fortnite 2FA: How to enable 2FA for Gifting feature on PS4, Xbox One and Switch

FORTNITE 2FA is a hot topic for Battle Royale fans once again thanks to the return of Gifting. Here is how to enable 2FA in Battle Royale.

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Fortnite 2FA is once again back in the headlines thanks to the return of the Gifting feature in Battle Royale.

PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch players can gift items in Fortnite Battle Royale again starting from February 14.

For a limited time only, Fortnite players will be able to take advantage of the Gifting feature – with 2FA necessary to use it.

Fortnite 2FA, or two-factor authentication, is an effective way of protecting your Epic Games account from hacking threats.

And Epic Games wants you to enable it so that you can take part in Fortnite Gifting.

Here, in the Fortnite maker’s own words, is how 2FA works: “Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) can be used to help protect your account from unauthorized access by requiring you to enter an additional code when you sign in.

“The Two-Factor Authentication feature currently supports the use of an authenticator app or an email address authentication method.

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Fortnite 2FA – How to enable 2FA for Gifting feature for PS4, Xbox One and Switch (Image: EPIC GAMES)

“Once you’ve opted into Two-Factor Authentication, you will be asked to enter the code from your preferred two-factor authentication method, then you will be signed into your account.

“You will be prompted for the two-factor passcode the first time you sign in after enabling the feature, if you use a new device, if it’s been over 30 days since you last signed in or if you’ve cleared your browser cookies recently.”

If you’re wondering how to set up Fortnite 2FA then don’t worry, Express.co.uk has you covered.

“Once you’ve opted into Two-Factor Authentication, you will be asked to enter the code from your preferred two-factor authentication method, then you will be signed into your account.

“You will be prompted for the two-factor passcode the first time you sign in after enabling the feature, if you use a new device, if it’s been over 30 days since you last signed in or if you’ve cleared your browser cookies recently.”

If you’re wondering how to set up Fortnite 2FA then don’t worry, Express.co.uk has you covered.

HOW TO ENABLE 2FA IN FORTNITE

To enable 2FA, players will need to head over to the official Epic Games website and access your account.

Click here to be directed to the page you need to go to to register for Fortnite 2FA.

When you have provided your name and password, you will need to click the security tab, where it’s possible to change your password.

You can also scroll down and look at the two 2FA options available to use for Fortnite Battle Royale, which includes using an Authentication App, or an email password.

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Fortnite 2FA will need to be enabled for the return of the Gifting feature (Image: EPIC GAMES)

AUTHENTICATOR APP: Use an Authenticator App as your Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) when you sign in you’ll be required to use the security code provided by your Authenticator App. To enable this service email address verification is required.

EMAIL AUTHENTICATION: You will need to verify your email address to enable Two-Factor Authentication (2FA).To enable this service email address verification is required.

Alternatively, players can into their Account Settings, click on the PASSWORD & SECURITY tab to view your security settings.

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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Fortnite 2FA is a way Battle Royale players can keep their accounts extra safe (Image: EPIC GAMES)

HOW FORTNITE 2FA SHOULD WORK

When you go to sign in, you’ll be asked to enter the security code from your preferred 2FA method (email or app). After doing so, you’ll be signed into your account. You’ll be prompted for a 2FA security code in the following situations:

a) The first time you sign in after enabling the feature.

b) If you sign in using a new device.

c) If it’s been over 30 days since you last signed in.

d) If you recently cleared your browser cookies.

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