Fortnite: How to Fix “Failed to Lock Profile” Error?

by mary Watson Writer

Fortnite is a popular online battle royal game by Epic Games. However, gamers often run into the “Failed to Lock Profile” error while playing Dungeons or Storm King. This error can ruin your gaming experience. To fix this issue, apply the solutions given below:

Reboot the Launcher or Game and System

You should follow the directions given below:

  1. Firstly, close the Epic Launcher and the game as well.
  2. After that, go to the Windows icon, and right-click on it then choose the Task Manager.
  3. Then quit the process belonging to the launcher and game.
  4. Now, open the game, and click on Abandon Game.
  5. Close the launcher or game and reboot the PC.

Modify the Game Region

You should follow the steps given below:

  1. You have to launch the menu of the game and reach the Settings section.
  2. After that, modify the Matchmaking Region as you want.
  3. It will be good to choose a server that uses less ping.

Change the Party Privacy of the Game to Private

You should follow these directions:

  1. Go to the menu of the game and select the Party Settings option.
  2. Thereafter, change the party privacy to Private and open any game for a while.
  3. Later, change the settings to Public and wait for a moment.

Turn off the Options of Single Login and Remember Me

You should follow these directions given below:

  1. Firstly, you have to sign-out of the launcher or game and then shut all the apps.
  2. After that, launch the game or launcher and enter the details of sign-in, but make sure to untick the Remember Me option.
  3. Later, open the game and click on the username.
  4. You should choose the ‘Disable Single Sign-In’ option from the menu.

Modify the Game Mode

You should follow these directions given below:

  1. You have to shut the launcher or game and stop each associated process via the Task Manager.
  2. Thereafter, open the game and switch to a different game mode.

Verify the Fortnite’s Game Files

You should follow the directions given below:

  1. Open the Launcher and go the Library option.
  2. Thereafter, select the Settings option.
  3. Then select the Verify button.
  4. Wait until the confirmation process is over.

In case the solutions mentioned above do not work, then try changing the NAT type of the connection to open.

Mia Watson is an avid technical blogger, a magazine contributor, a publisher of guides at Blogs Book, and a professional cyber security analyst. Through her writing, she aims to educate people about the dangers and threats lurking in the digital world. Read My Site


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