Fortnite finally owns its high anticipated account feature. This kind of feature allows players to transfer skin and V-Buck purchases in Save the World and Battle Royale from an account to another. This page will tell you how to do it and why it is useful.
If you want to transfer every skin to another Fortnite account free, the first thing that you have to do is to go to the Fortnite Account Merge website. Then, choose the platform for your Primary Account. The account is the one account you intend to use as your main one in the future. The next thing that you have to do is to sign in with the proper PlayStation Network, eShop or Xbox Live credentials. After that, you will be asked to input a short code that will be sent to the email address tied to that account. Please input the code and sign in with your secondary account. You might have to input the second code just like before. Do not forget to repeat the steps. When it is done, the two accounts you signed into will be merged to the Primary Account. In the end, all purchases from the Secondary Account will be transferred to the primary. After the process of merging, you will see Account Merge Pending message in the lobby. In two weeks, the whole process will be complete.
There are a few limitations to transfer every skin to another Fortnite account free. First, one account must be Xbox or Nintendo Switch, and the other must be played on PS4 prior to September 28, 2018. If this is not the case, it means you do not need this feature. Second, in game items and V-Bucks will be held for two weeks before merging. Third, your accounts cannot be banned or disabled. Fourth, Battle Royale merges all cosmetics. Fifth, Save the World merges Llamas, Defenders, Heroes, Schematics, Survivors, XP, and Evolution and Perk materials. Sixth, Marketplace Items,Creative Islands and Save the World account level progress do not merge.
The most important thing is the date requirement up top, indicating that you need to have had two of those accounts across a PS4 and an Xbox or Nintendo Switch before the date Sony announced for the first time cross play and progression. Another important thing is that your actual in game progress does not transfer, so please make sure you are not nuking an account with a nearly completed battle pass when you could just simply move your cosmetics over from another platform instead. basically, it is not a perfect solution, but it seems to be the best that you get at the moment, and it is certainly a godsend compared to inoperate platform nightmare Fortnite players faced when the Nintendo Switch version first launched last June.
For more information about how to transfer every skin to another Fortnite account, please visit the official website of Epic Games and content them if you have anything to ask.