Epic Games announced today that it will occasionally require users to enable two-factor authentication before redeeming free games on its digital storefront from April 29 to May 21st.
With this step, the company wants to encourage users to protect their Epic Games account with an extra layer of security. Two-factor authentication typically requires users to confirm their identity while logging into an account using a PIN sent to their email address or phone number or using a unique code generated by an authenticator app.
To enable two-factor authentication, users have to log into the Epic Games Store and they can find an option to enable TFA under the Account Setting tab. In this way, you can secure your Epic Games account to prevent your account from being compromised if your password is stolen.
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