To link your Moonbreaker account to your Krafton ID, you can either use the 'Link Account' option in-game or you can link Steam to your Krafton ID at the Krafton ID site. As for unlinking accounts, it can only be done by going to the Krafton ID site.
LINKING ACCOUNTS IN-GAME
1. Click on Settings (cog icon).
2. Click “Link Account”
3. You will be given a link where you can either scan the QR code or open the Krafton website via browser.
4. You will be directed to the Krafton ID website. The code should auto-populate, but in case it does not, you can manually enter the code. Once done, click “Link Now”.
5. You’re done! Your Krafton ID should now be linked to your Moonbreaker account, and you will receive a confirmation in-game. Click OK.
Once linked, your in-game name will also change to your Krafton username. You may restart the game in case the username doesn’t sync right away.
LINKING KRAFTON ID TO STEAM
Follow these steps to link your Steam ID to your Krafton ID:
1. Go to https://accounts.krafton.com/login
2. Log in using the Krafton account you want to link.
3. On the "Linked Accounts" section, you will find "Steam" at the top.
4. Click “Link Now”
5. You will be directed to the Steam website. Please double-check that the correct Steam account is indicated on the screen, then click “Sign in”.
If the Steam account indicated is incorrect, click on “Not you?” so you can sign in with the right account.
6. Click “Allow” to let Krafton link to your Steam account.
7. You’re done! You will be directed back to the Krafton ID page where you’ll see a confirmation indicating that your accounts are successfully linked.
You may restart your Moonbreaker game in case the usernames don’t sync right away.
UNLINKING STEAM FROM KRAFTON ID
Follow these steps to unlink the Steam ID from the Krafton ID:
- Go to https://accounts.krafton.com/login
- Log in using the Krafton account in concern
- On the "Linked Accounts" section, you will find "Steam" at the top.
- Click "Unlink"
- Read the Terms & Conditions.
- Confirm by clicking on "Unlink" again.