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How to Link Brawlhalla Accounts

This page explains how you can link your Brawlhalla accounts.

Free-to-play Brawlhalla has made its way across multiple platforms, making the game virtually accessible everywhere. That is, with support on platforms like PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch, PC, Mac, Android, or iOS, including cross-play between platforms.

Yet, with so many platforms to choose from, some players opt to play on not just one, but a number of them—even all of them for some individuals. The problem with this, however, is that having multiple accounts across various platforms meant that players have to keep a tab on each of those accounts in case the need arises.

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Linking accounts into one Unified Ubisoft Account

For the longest time, players have had varied accounts without a way to connect them to a single user. And in the past few years, there had been talks about the developers looking to make that notion happen—until, in late 2022, when Blue Mammoth Games decided to do just that. To tell it straight, there is now a way for players to merge their accounts from across different platforms into one, via their Ubisoft account.

Here is how you can link your Brawlhalla accounts:

  1. Log into your Ubisoft account.
  2. Go to Account Information by clicking on its tab.
  3. Scroll to Linked Accounts.
  4. Log into your various accounts on any of the following: Nintendo Switch, Xbox, PlayStation Network, or Steam.

Can mobile users link their accounts?

Unfortunately, as of writing, there is no way for either Android or iOS users to link their accounts to their Ubisoft accounts.

Is there a cross-progression with linked accounts?

While Brawlhalla supports cross-play for players to play with one another despite being on different platforms, players have had their accounts consolidated into one does not mean that there is support for cross-progression. This meant that the player’s advancement in one platform does not carry over to other platforms.

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