You can now unlock the Boogiedown Emote for free by enabling two-factor authentication on Fortnite. The function supports authenticator apps and e-mail.
"Your account security is our top priority!" the Fortnite team wrote in a Thursday blog post that announced the deal. "Two-factor authentication (2FA) can be used to protect your account from unauthorized access by requiring you to enter an additional code when you log in. Keep your account secure and remember that Epic employees will never give you your password will ask! "
The function supports authenticator apps such as Google Authenticator, LastPass Authenticator, Microsoft Authenticator and Authy or you can use an e-mail address.
To enable this, go to your account settings, click the & # 39; password & security & # 39; and then scroll down to the bottom of the page until you see the header & # 39; two-factor authentication & # 39; see. From there click on & # 39; enable authentication app & # 39; or & # 39; enable email authentication & # 39 ;.
Once you have set it up, you will be asked to enter the code you receive via the two-factor authentication method you want when you log in to your account. You must enter a two-factor passcode when you log in for the first time after setting up the feature, when you log in on another device, when it was more than 30 days since you last logged in, or when you your browser cookies.
Meanwhile, Fortnite is finally available on most Android devices; for instructions on how to install it, go here. If you are not yet familiar with the popular title of the battle scene, be sure to check out our beginner's guide.