Another week of Fortnite: Battle Royale means another seven challenges for players to complete. Per usual, most of the challenges look very familiar or follow a typical format with only one or two oddball tasks. And because we’re not even halfway through the season, there’s still a lot of time left before Season 6 closes the door on all of these Fortnite Season 5 challenges.
To be even more precise, Season 5 is slated to end around September 27, so all of these Fortnite challenges will remain active until that time.
Here are all of the Challenges for Fortnite Season 5, Week 4 and tips on how to complete each one:
Build Structures — 250
Perhaps the easiest challenge but also one that could take the longest. Players have to build a total of 250 individual structures, so a single wall or ramp only counts as one. Pretty much everyone should be able to complete this one before the end of the season by simply playing normally, but should anybody want to get it done ASAP, we suggest landing in a remote corner of the map and hacking away at all the nearby trees to just keep building and building.
We wrote a lengthy guide with an accompanying map in a separate post, but for this challenge, players have to use either a shopping cart or golf cart to drive off various ramps and through flaming hoops. Many of these stunts are dangerous, and the ATKs (All Terrain Karts) are far better than the shopping carts.
Eliminate opponents in Dusty Divot (HARD) — 3
Of all the Challenges on this list, this is the one that players should try to complete immediately. While it’s new, a lot of enemy players are going to flock to Dusty Divot also looking to complete this Challenge. That translates to more potential opponents that can get eliminated. By the end of the season, there’s bound to be much less foot traffic. If somebody does wait, it’s a good thing that Dusty Divot is so centrally located.
Deal damage with sniper rifles to opponents — 500
Sniper rifles should already be a high-priority weapon for most players. They can do tons of damage at long ranges and, in some cases, one-shot kill an enemy player. Because it’s just damage, a good tactic would be to just pepper every single enemy with sniper shots. Playing in Squads more is also advantageous because it’s more likely to get targets bunching up together, and when enemy players go down to a crawl, it’s easy to finish them off with even more sniper damage.
Search chests in Flush Factory — 7
It’s a good idea to start out a match by landing directly at Flush Factory. Because it’s on a corner of the map, chances are high that the storm will force everyone away from it quickly. And if it’s already been looted, there won’t be any chests leftover to get. With this type of challenge, it’s often a good idea to wait until the end of the season to complete them — or just let it happen organically. Doing it the week of means there’s a high likelihood of running into enemy competition and dying quickly.
This is one of those challenges where if you know exactly where to go, you can complete it very quickly and easily. Check out the video above or the map here to find the exact location, which is next to a small brown tree that’s south of Pleasant Park and west of Loot Lake.
Pistol Eliminations (HARD) — 3
Pistols come in a grey, green, and blue variety with the purple dual pistols being the most powerful variation. Even the worst pistol can bring an enemy down if the wielder spams the trigger button fast enough. Land in a populated area like Tilted Towers, loot immediately, and hope for the best.
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