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If you are one of those who wonder how to transfer to another drive to the Fortnite, you have to pay attention to this article because we have covered everything.

Why transfer to another Fortnite unit?


The transfer problem occurs when users try to download new game content, the update is 10GB in size and sometimes users often run out of enough space on their hard drives to complete the download. So you may want to move the game to another drive to free up space on one and we will tell you how to transfer to another drive.

How to transfer another drive to the Fortnite?


Unfortunately the developers do not allow moving the game location without first uninstalling the game, that is, in the way of the developers, you would have to uninstall the game and download it to the desired location back. Fortunately, everything has a solution in life.
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    One solution is to copy the game content from C: Program FilesEpic GamesFortnite to a temporary backup folder on the drive you want to use, it will avoid having to wait for the game to download again.

    Once the above is done, you can uninstall Fortnite from its original location using the Epic Games Launcher, to later re-download the game from Epic Games Launcher from the same account and when selecting the installation location select the new location and press install .

    When Epic Games Launcher tries to download the game again you can cancel the download and close the launcher because you already have the game files. In this sense, what you have to do is run the Launcher and press the resume button in the Fortnite installation to skip the download and go directly to the installation.

    If you are a PlayStation 4 user, you will have to transfer the game from the console to an external hard drive. So you will have to connect your external hard drive and configure it, then go to Storage settings in the console settings> Applications> select the game> select Move to extended storage.

    The same will happen with Xbox One users, who will have to connect the external storage drive and follow the setup instructions for their storage drive> go to Xbox Settings System> Storage> select the internal drive> Transfer> look for the game and press Move selected to your desired external hard drive.

    That is all you have to know if you were wondering how to transfer to another drive to the Fortnite, we hope that now that you know, you can complete any pending download that you have not been able to obtain due to lack of space on one of your disks.




    Platform(s):
    PC, macOS, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, iOS, Android
    Genre(s):
    Survival, battle royale, sandbox
    Developer(s):
    Publisher(s):
    Epic Games
    Release date:
    July 25, 2017
    Mode:
    Co-op, multiplayer
    age rating (PEGI):
    12+

    Other Tags
    video game, gameplay, price, 60fps, steam




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