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|Posted: Thu May 31, 2018 7:40 pm Post subject: Your Fortnite Account Requires Two-Factor Authentication
|Fortnite is the hottest thing happening in video games at the moment, garnering mainstream attention from the likes of Drake and great Morning America alike. Anytime a game breaks with that much focus, some shady characters are bound to try to use its popularity to make the most. If you're not already, you should be protecting yourself with two-factor authentication.
Lawyer Ryan Morrison called attention to the issue on Twitter, saying that his brother's account has been hacked and overdrew his bank accounts. This type of fraud is not new, but it's simple to hit unsuspecting victims drawn to a popular trend.
Just visit the Epic Games Account site and scroll to the bottom to the button which says "Enable Two-Factor Sign-In." When it is enabled, you'll need a security code delivered directly to you along with your usual login credentials, and you'll be alerted of the approximate time and IP address from any login attempts in case someone else tries to access your accounts. You can always switch off the option if you get tired of it, but don't. It's a little additional effort to avoid potential major problems.
As soon as your account is secure and secured you can go right ahead and start tackling those weekly challenges as you wait for the upcoming patch.
The Fortnite: Battle Royale Season 4 Fight Pass only debuted a couple of days before, but it's time to create a plan if you're gearing up for the long haul from Tier 0 to Tier 100 and the elusive Omega skin. It is a difficult challenge, but nevertheless doable if you put time in and can complete a few of the challenges: Epic quotes that the whole process would take 75-150 hours of playtime. It sounds like a lot, and it may be for someone with a busier schedule. But that's what the mobile version is for, right? If you are trying to make a plan, here's when Season 4 endings in Fortnite: Battle Royale:
Epic did not announce a finish date for Season 4 along with all the Battle Pass, but you can see it on the Fortnite site. In addition, the in-game information on the Fight Pass display gives us 66 days left as of May 4.
That would place the end date on July 9, 2018.
It must be said that the " date" for Season 3 was not quite as simple as that very simple item of information would make it seem. Season 3 "stopped" on April 30, but that meant that April 30 was the final complete day of Season 3, and that it actually finished in the early morning hours of May 1. So we assume that the same thing will happen this time around. July 9 is going to be the last complete day of Season 4, and downtime for Season 5 will begin at 4:00 AM EST on July 10, together with the true season kicking off shortly after that.
The Season 4 Fight Pass is superhero-themed and includes a few extra challenges even after you have earned -- or bought -- your way up to the Tier 100 skin. The Tier 100 "Omega" skin and the beginning "Carbide" skin may be unlocked by raising your season degree, slowly growing from easy bodysuits to decked-out matches of light-up Ironman-style armor. There is also a puzzle skin called "Blockbuster" that may require players to complete seven complete weeks of challenges to unlock, so we won't have a peek at exactly what Fortnite Items is happening there for a little while. We assume, however, it's something to do with that which seems to be a secondary movie motif that's running alongside the superhero theme.
You'll want to get cracking to unlock everything, so wait in to get a guide on how to do exactly that.
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