As has been the case since the latest season arrived, the latest set of Fortnite Season 4 Battle Pass Challenges is finally here. In other words, you better start grinding.
Here are all the Fortnite Season 4 Battle Pass Challenges for Week 6:
Search Supply Drops
The Supply Drop is a crate full of loot dropped randomly somewhere inside the safe zone. You’ll know when a Supply Drop spawns because a thunder-like noise plays and you’ll see it appear in the sky, dropping slowly to the ground as a blue crate attached to a weather balloon. A blue flare is also dropped to the ground as a signal for where the Supply Drop will land.
Deal Damage With Shotguns to Opponents
The obligatory weekly weapon damage of the Fortnite Season 4 Battle Pass Challenges. This time, you’ll have to use any kind of shotgun. Any kind will do. This should be easy enough considering that shotguns deal a lot of damage at close range. Just be careful, though. Shotguns were recently nerfed, so don’t expect to drop opponents as frequently as before even at point-blank range.
Search Chests in Loot Lake
Loot Lake is a place that should need no introduction. But, if in case you don’t know where it is, it’s the big lake in the middle of the map. It’s a pretty big place that has tons of chests. Unfortunately, because it’s part of Week 6 of the Fortnite Season 4 Battle Pass Challenges, expect players to flock the usually peaceful place. Depending on your patience (and willingness to die), you can get this over with first so you can move on to the other challenges, or you can finish it last once you’re done with the others.
Spray Over Different Carbide/Omega Posters
First things first. This is a bit different from other Fortnite Season 4 Battle Pass Challenges because you’ll need something that’s not available for you at the very start. If you’re new to the game and you just bought the Battle Pass, you won’t have access to a spray until Tier 3. Of course, it shouldn’t take you too long to get there. But, that’s beside the point.
In any case, if you have a spray, don’t forget to equip it on your emote wheel and follow these instructions to find the Omega and Carbide posters:
- At the top of the southern mountain located nearby Snobby Shores. It’s inside the house, on the first floor.
- Inside the tunnel located just south of Tomato Town. You’ll find it halfway through sandwiched between two doors.
- In the office of a disheveled hotel just west of Anarchy Aches.
- Inside the house in the middle of Loot Lake.
- Near the edge of the southeastern part of Tilted Towers. It’s just right under one of the stairways that lead directly to the area itself.
- Inside the cell on the eastern side of the prison located just north of Moisty Mire. The crater has destroyed most of the prison already, but you should still find a couple of cells there.
- At the bottom of a stairwell on the west side of the bridge located just south of Shifty Shafts.
- Near a dumpster on the southwest part of the containers just north of Retail Row.
- Inside the central building at Junk Junction.
- Inside the Haunted House just southwest of Pleasant Park.
Search Between a Playground, a Campsite, and a Footprint (HARD)
The best landmark is the footprint, which you can easily spot just before you land on the southwestern part of the map: it’s hard to miss a dinosaur footprint in the middle of a ruined house. From there, you can make your east where you’ll notice a little patch of dead grass sticking out in the middle of a field just south of the maintain. In case you’re wondering where the playground is, it’s in the north part of Greasy Grove, while you’ll find the campsite on the cliffs on the southern side of the nearby mountain.
SMG Eliminations (HARD)
Eliminating three opponents using an SMG isn’t really that hard. What you’ll need to do is land on one of the densely populated areas (like Tilted Towers or Retail Row) where there’s a lot of fighting close-quarters. Although SMGs have a fair bit of range, they’re best at mid-to-short range and tighter spots. Just be careful as SMGs are most effective at the same range as Shotguns, and if you have little space to move, it’s hard to win a shootout against someone wielding a Shotgun.
If you’re not comfortable with close-quarters combat, you can try getting a drop on your enemies from a distance first before closing in on them.
Eliminate Opponents in Retail Row (HARD)
If you thought Retail Row was already hell, wait until you land this week. Already a hotly contested area, Retail Row will be even more chaotic now that it’s part of Week 6 of the Fortnite Season 4 Battle Pass Challenges. If there’s any consolation, you can check off two to three challenges here if you can find an SMG or Shotgun quick.
As far as guidance goes, we can’t really give you much other than to land as soon as you can and load up quickly. Don’t forget to gather as much raw materials as you can as well.
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Carbide, Blockbuster and Omega
Other than the weekly challenges, Fortnite Season 4 also added a number of new challenges that you can complete throughout the season: Carbide, Blockbuster, and Omega.
Compared to the weekly challenges, these season-long Fortnite Season 4 Battle Pass challenges are more focused on rewarding progression than having you headshot others or taking photos in front of hidden cameras all over the map.
Here’s all of them:
Having said that, don’t forget to put in the time to grind and get the freebies that comes with completing the Fortnite Season 4 Battle Pass Challenges. Not only will you unlock a wide assortment of goodies as you complete each challenge, but the game is just a lot more enjoyable when you have other side activities to do other than trying to get a Victory Royale.
Also, as should already be obvious, you can only gain access to these challenges if you have the Season 4 Battle Pass.
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