Epic Now Requires Two-Factor Authentication To Claim Free Games


If you haven’t already claimed For The King from the Epic Store as this week’s free game, the applying will now require users to use a two-factor authentication to say this sport and free video games going ahead till May 21.

Epic Games customers might want to allow the two-factor authentication setting on their account, with a immediate popping up if customers try to say a free sport with out enabling the setting first.

Epic is bringing in two-factor authentication with the intention to assist shield person accounts from unauthorized entry, including an additional degree of safety for accounts when signing in.

Last year, Epic was sued after a security breach allowed hackers to entry the non-public data of customers with Epic Games accounts. The lawsuit was centered round Epic’s failure to take care of ample safety measures and notify customers of the safety breach in a well timed method. While the lawsuit was dismissed, it appears Epic is taking steps to enhance account safety.

After enabling the two-factor authentication, gamers can declare a free copy of the strategic RPG For The King up till April 30. The subsequent free video games lined up are the well-known horror title Amnesia: The Dark Descent, and the motion RPG Crashlands, which might be accessible from April 30 to May 7.