How to enable two factor authentication in fortnite

Hello! Do you want a free Fortnite to emote? Of course you do.
And all you have got to try and do to get one is alter two-factor authentication on your Epic Games account.

It’s an easy factor to try and do, and possibly not a bad idea during this age of jerks messing along with your stuff.
Log into your Epic account, or produce one if necessary.
In the upper-right corner of the Epic home screen, you will see your username—point your mouse at it, then click the “account” link within the drop-down.
From there, hit “Password & Security” within the menu on the left, then scroll down till you see the “Two-factor authentication” bit.
You can use an app, otherwise, you will verify through email—either manner, you are protected and you have got a free emote on your hands.

Two-factor authentication—sometimes abbreviated to 2FA—is primarily a double-check system that ensures you recognize what’s going on along with your account: Logins or changes need to be verified independently before they are allowed,
through an emailed link or a standalone app.
It will be a problem generally, however, the added security they provide is worth it.

Despite that, not everybody takes advantage of the feature, either because they don’t seem to be aware or they just cannot be bothered.
Thus, incentive: Spare Epic a potential support headache, and obtain some free stuff.

Suvankar Mridha: