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Fortnite's "highest-level player" got there by opening chests

When you think of the highest-level Fortnite player in the world, chances are you'd imagine one of the best players in competitive Fortnite. Perhaps even a streamer, or one of the dedicated players currently leading the pack for most wins in the game.

The actual answer, it would seem, is a lot weirder.

Meet Talocan, who's recently come to the attention of the Fortnite community for his ridiculously high level - currently at 520, at the time of writing. A mysterious figure, Talocan broadcasts his grinding methods via hours-long YouTube streams, with no commentary and only the occasional comment in the live chat. And he's not playing regular matches: instead, he lands at Steamy Stacks, opens all the chests there and quits the match. Over and over.

There's not a huge amount of information available on Talocan on the internet, but as spotted by content creator Cinema of Gaming, he shared a little about himself on his recent streams. He's a 17 year-old German, who's currently off school due to the coronavirus outbreak - thus explaining why he has so much time on his hands. We don't really know how long he spends doing this per day, although he has taken to Twitter to correct a translation error claiming he played for 16 hours per day. He's a serial grinder, having achieved the highest rank (previously level 100) in all the other Fortnite seasons. Remarkably, he's only bought three battle pass tiers this season, and his end goal is to reach level 600 by its end. Which, to be fair, he's not that far away from doing.

So, why are people so certain that Talocan is the highest-levelled player in the world? While there are leaderboards which track wins and kills in Fortnite, there's no official ranking for levels, meaning it's mainly done through spotting people on social media. But when put in context of other player's level ranks, it's clear Talocan is miles ahead of the pack for this season: Rдnger, who's currently ranked second in the total wins leaderboard, was at level 376 in his latest stream. Since going fairly viral, nobody else has stepped forward to claim the title of highest level (without the help of glitches, at least), and the community seems to have agreed that Talocan is now the highest-level player.

Using Team Rumble to level up is far from a new idea, as the mode has respawns which means players can grind out kills and challenges without the need to re-queue every time they die. Opening chests has also become a strategy for grinding XP, but nobody has taken it to the same level as Talocan, and the whole thing seems to have encouraged others to try their hand at Talocan's chest route. And even bump into him while doing so.

Been using TALOCAN's (highest levelled player this season) guide on XP grind all day, and randomly ended up in his game just now. Had to show him some love! from r/FortNiteBR

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It's interesting timing for Talocan to get the spotlight, as this season Fortnite's XP grind has received a fair bit of criticism. To unlock the season's top reward, the golden variant of the Agent Peely skin, you need to reach level 300. Unfortunately the challenges have been rather miserly, with many casual players complaining they haven't been able to earn enough XP from completing the tasks, thus making it hard to earn the top prizes without getting serious about the game - or buying the early levels, I suppose. And that's even with a significant extension to the season. In light of all this, Talocan's achievement is even more remarkable.

I tried to get in touch with Talocan to ask him why on Earth he started doing this, but didn't get a response - possibly because he was busy opening chests. I can't imagine staying so motivated to grind for so long, but anyway, I wish him all the best in his journey to level 600.


I was reset to Level 1 and my progress is gone. Was my account deleted?

If your account was reset unexpectedly to Level 1, and you’re missing purchases and progress, your console account was likely disconnected from your Epic Games account.

How could this happen? 

Your Epic account is what holds all your saved data, not your connected console account. If your console account is disconnected from your Epic account, the next time you go to play on your console, it will have no Epic account to use. So, the game asks you to sign in or create a new account. Choosing not to sign in creates a new Epic account that has no data so you can keep playing. You can fix this issue by reconnecting your console account to your Epic account.

There are a few things you need to do to reconnect your console account and resolve the issue:

  1. Sign in to console account and register your Epic Games account
  2. Verify your email address
  3. Disconnect your console account from the account with no data 
  4. Connect/link your console account to the desired Epic account

Sign in to console account and register your Epic Games account

First, you need to register your account so you can then disconnect the console account from the Epic account that was newly created. 

  1. On your desktop computer: Go to and make sure you’re signed out
  2. Click on SIGN IN.
  3. Click the icon for the console you want to connect to Epic. You should select the console you use to play an Epic game.
     You’ll be prompted to register your account after signing in.
  4. Register your Epic account, completing all required fields. Then click SAVE CHANGES.

Verify your email address

When you register your account, an email is sent to the email address you provided, prompting you to verify the email address.

In the verification email, click VERIFY YOUR EMAIL, or copy and paste the link into your browser to go to the page. You’ll receive confirmation that your email was verified.

Disconnect your console account from the account with no data

When your email is verified, you can disconnect your console account from the Epic account you registered. Then, you can connect your console account to the Epic account that has your data. 

  1. Go to your CONNECTED ACCOUNTS page.
  2. Click DISCONNECT under the console account you need to disconnect.

Connect/link your console account to the desired Epic account

When the console is disconnected, you can re-connect your console account to the Epic account that has your data.

  1. Select your display name in the menu bar.  In the drop-down, click SIGN OUT.
  2. Stay in the Epic Games website and click SIGN IN (or the silhouette icon). 
  3. Choose the sign in option for the console you just disconnected and Sign In. You’ll be directed to the following screen:

  4. Select Link to an Existing Account.
  5. SIGN IN using the Email and Password of the Epic account you want to link to your console.

Your registered Epic account is now re-connected to your console. The next time you play, you should see all of your progress and purchases. Have fun!

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Error “Your Account Level Does Not Meet The Requirements To Play” – How to solve?

Very often we get this question: “Help! I can’t play arena because every time I try to click play it says your account level does not meet the requirements to play.”
Today we will figure out how to solve this problem.

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For new players or for those who want to make a twink or fake account (as it is more convenient for someone to call it), the error “Your account level does not meet the requirements to play” often pops up. And despite the simplicity of solving the problem – many players have difficulties. We decided to sort out the issue in detail and prepared a solution.

Short answer: In order to play the mode – you need account level 30. To level up an account – you need to play matches in any game mode.

So, the whole essence of the problem lies in the fact that you have a small account level, or rather you have the first level, if you have just registered an account. To start playing in the arena you must have a 30th account level or higher. You can view it by clicking on the career button in the top menu – the level will be displayed in the right upper corner of the menu.

Important! This level is the total level levelling up in all the Seasons, so after the end of the Season you will not need to reach level 30 again.

How to reach level 30?

Your account gets levels for gaining XP, which you can get for playing the game (Battle Lab doesn’t count). There also are Battle Pass or event challenges, that can get you more XP by doing some tasks.

Just for this article, we made a new Fortnite account and levelled it up to level 30. For levelling, we used the Team Rumble game mode. This was done for several reasons:

  • The first is the highest average points per game. You do not need to perform well, you will always get 300-400 experience per match.
  • The second reason – your statistics doesn’t go bad, because “Team Rumble” matches are not considered in the general statistics.
  • It is also worth noting that in this mode you can stand AFK and gain XP, but we do not recommend doing this, because you’re given extra points for eliminating other players.

So, we played about 40 games to get level 30. And now we can play in the Arena. If this is too long for you, you can always try completing some Battle Pass Challenges to get more XP.

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