So it might be best to stick with the account that's played that the most.
Account merging grants players the ability to use just one (1) account across multiple platforms.
After the process is complete, your in-game items and V-bucks will be held for 2 weeks before being transferred to the primary account, so take this into consideration.More news: Dominant win at Fulham moves Manchester United into top four
It was first announced back in 2018 and has been somewhat of an undertaking to pull off, following the news that Fortnite had become one of the first games to include full cross-platform support that included the PS4. This is the main account that all other accounts will "merge" to - the account that will end up being the final, main account at the end of the process.
Players must have used an Xbox or Switch account and a PlayStation account before September 28th 2018 for this tool to work. There's also a caveat: Merging is only available if at least one of the accounts was in use before September 28, 2018, and, naturally, neither account can be banned or disabled.
You can begin the process by heading on over to the official site, where Epic has set up a page especially for this.More news: Egypt stars Mo Salah and Ahmed Hegazi out of Nigeria friendly
You'll choose two accounts, first a Primary Account that you wish to continue using. Additionally, neither of the accounts you're trying to merge can be banned or disabled. If you used a third-party login (liked Facebook) on both of your accounts, it will be automatically unlinked from the secondary account. Simply go to the Epic Games merge website and select a primary account.
Naturally, you'll need access to all your email addresses associated with the accounts you wish to merge.
Epic Games has also confirmed the items that will not be merged, as well as those that can be. Epic Games has thought of everything, and is now allowing players who played the popular battle royale title on PlayStation 4 before a certain date to merge their Fortnite accounts into one mega account.More news: Former New York Times Editor Reviewing Book After Accusations of Plagiarism