Epic Games has released some big changes to Fortnite Battle Royale in the last two weeks. Unfortunately, some of these changes are not positive and they can easily affect your Fortnite account.
As many players are aware, Epic Games released the so-called “Cabinet Accounts” in Fortnite. This change was released on Wednesday, December 7, just a few days after the release of Chapter 4.
Due to these accounts, some players may lose access to the popular video game. However, there is a simple solution that you can use to keep your Fortnite Battle Royale account and avoid its deletion.
Your Fortnite account may be in danger
If you’ve played Fortnite Battle Royale during Chapter 4, there is a good chance that you’ve been already asked for your birthday. If not, this will happen very soon and you will have to provide your date of birth.
This is where the Cabinet Accounts play an important role. Young players will have to provide their parent’s or guardian’s email address in order to access their accounts.
Here is what Epic Games wrote regarding the latest change:
Considering that this is an important change, you will have to enter your birthday when Epic Games asks you to do so.
It’s important to note that Fortnite is rated Teen, due to violence. However, there are some laws regarding the metaverse, and due to this, Epic Games is obligated to ask for this personal information.
Fortnite has a lot of different characters from various universes, and due to this, its rating may vary. However, if you finish the process and confirm your age, your Fortnite account will be safe.