Fortnite: How To Give Players Build Permission | Tips Guide

Fortnite, developed by Epic Games along with People Can Fly, puts players together as they fight off hordes of zombies. Currently, the video game is available through Early Access though it’s expected to launch as a completely free-to-play video game title sometime in 2018.

Overall, players will work together as they scavenge items to build forts along with traps. Each night, a horde of zombies and monsters will attack leaving players to hope that their traps and fort will survive while also taking out any immediate threat.

Essentially, there’s plenty of teamwork and strategy that goes into the title while gameplay is more tuned into a lighthearted arcade style survival title. Tim Sweeney, the founder of Epic Games, described the title as Minecraft meets Left 4 Dead, which really does capture the overall feel of the game.

If you’re just starting out in the video game title or need a quick refresher then check out our featured guides on the Fortnite video game title down below. Likewise, in this particular guide, we’ll showcase just how you can give players permission to build within your base.

Note: You will only want to give players build permission if you trust their intentions. With the permission, they have the ability to edit and destroy and current structures.

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Step 1

The first thing you will need to do is head towards the Storm Shield.

Step 2

Activate the console nearby which is used for expansions. You’ll want to expand the Storm Shield which can give you a tab that states “Permissions”.

Step 3

Once you have entered the Permissions tab another menu will load up showcasing all the other players who are currently playing in the same match.

Step 4

Find the player or players you wish to give building permissions to and click on their name in order to give them the ability to build or edit structures.

After completing those small four steps, you will have successfully given the select few players build permissions. However, it’s best that you keep track of who has permissions in case anyone decides to ruin the gameplay sessions by secretly destroying your base.

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