You can use your social network accounts to create an account for the Life is Feudal website. This is fast and simple. Select the account that you want to use as a method to log in.


After you click the suitable option you will be redirected to the page of chosen social network itself to authorize.

If you are not logged in into your account, you will need to enter your account credentials.

If you have logged into your account, or you already were signed in your browser, you will see the following:

Simply click "Continue".

You can use any other social network account for signing in. The overall process is almost the same as with the Facebook. 

Google +

Select Google+ icon on the website.

After you click Google+ icon you will be redirected to the page where you need to log in your Google account. 

Click "Next" to proceed and enter your password. Right after this you will be redirected to the page of Life is Feudal and already be logged in.



Yes, there is also a way to use your Twitter account to sign in. Click on dots on the Sign in window.

Select Twitter from the list and you will be redirected to the following page.


Click Sign In and Authorize. Once you are done - you will be redirected to the Life is Feudal website and already be logged in.

Logging into the Launcher

If you want to log into the launcher using the the credentials of your social network account in Launcher you need to select the one you while creating the account.

When you try to log into the launcher - you just need to click the suitable option.

You will be redirected to the page where you need to authorize logging in whether it will be Facebook, Google+ or Steam.

After you login in your browser - you should see the following window:

Just click "Open Life is Feudal: launcher" and click PLAY in the launcher to get into the game. 

If you want to generate a password for your account - you can see the following article.

If you are having issues with logging in - check this article before submitting a ticket.

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