We are approaching the Midnight Point of Fortnite: Battle Royale Season 6. Week 4 of Challenges is now available and…
We are approaching the Midnight Point of Fortnite: Battle Royale Season 6. Week 4 of Challenges is now available and consists of the default mix of goals as there are three challenges for all players and four more reserved for Battle Pass owners. It’s only in Battle Pass-only challenges that you’ll find the more complex this week that you may need a map to. These include, among other things, three or more points on shooting galleries and dancing at the bell tower, among other places.
Fortnite continues: Battle Royale Season 6 and new challenges continue to roll out on all platforms – PS4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, IOS and Android. They feed into the latest Battle Pass, and as in previous seasons, you level it up by playing the game and coping with the challenges. Every week there will be a new set of tasks for players to complete that unlock Battle Stars and level up Battle Pass to unlock goodies.
Like in season 5, weekly issues are divided into two categories. The first is a free set, available to all Fortnite players, while the other is for Battle Pass owners. To get a Battle Pass, you must cough up 950 V-Bucks in the game. If you have not purchased Battle Pass, you will be able to complete certain goals and earn some rewards, but some of the coolest locks are locked behind the paid Battle Pass, so if you plan to cut a lot of time in Fortnite, we recommend you pick up the.
Even if you can retrieve a Battle Pass later and go back to unlock all prize rewards you have earned based on the level you have already achieved, there is a great advantage to do at the beginning of the season. Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Nameless Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: This XP equals you and translates into Battle Stars that also level your passport so that might be a good idea to come early if you can.
In addition to the standard challenges, there are also challenges for the hunting party for those who purchase the Battle. These work in the same way as the Blockbuster and Road Trip goals for the recent seasons, each challenging you to meet all the challenges of a single week of the season. The reward for each is a charging screen that shows the location of a hidden Battle Pass level that you can get. In addition, by filling in seven of these, you earn a legendary skin that will remain a mystery for now.
Every week, we will have guides on the most challenging challenges to make things faster and easier for you. However, this article will serve as a hub for all our guides so, as the season continues, you will be able to keep coming here to get the latest guides as well as the past few weeks. This will be especially useful if you decide to pick up a Battle Pass part of the way into the season. If you’re wondering if it’s worth the effort, you can watch all Fortnite Season 6’s new skins, cosmetics, feelings, sprays and other things to unlock in this gallery of Fortnite Season 6 Battle Pass rewards.
Reward: 5K XP Challenges, Battle Pass Owner Only)
Battle Pass  Eliminate an opponent from at least 50 meters away (1) – 5 Battle Stars
Reward: 5K XP (after completing four challenges, only for Battle Pass owners)
Reward: Legendary Skin (After Completing Seven Challenges, Only For Battle Pass Owners)
Battle Pass  Step 1: Visit Risky Reels and Wailing Woods in a single match (2) – 5 Battle Star