Fortnite’s new challenges are here, with the week 6 challenges for the Season 3 Battle Pass. A few days ago, patch 13.30 was released, and dataminers scoured through it to find lots of leaked skins, and the next week 6 challenges.
One of the most intriguing challenges was filling up a vehicle at Catty Corner and finding the Ancient spaceship. If you want to find out how to complete the challenges, here is what you have to do.
Fill Up a Car’s Tank at Catty Corner
One of the first challenges from Fortnite week 6 is to fill up a car at Catty Corner. Completing such a challenge will bring players some great rewards, such as 35,000XP. As the name indicates, this Fornite task should be pretty much easy to do.
Catty Corner was one of the new locations added to the Fortnite map for Season 3. The area can be found in square G7 on the Battle Royale map.
Assuming that vehicles do indeed launch today, players will have to choose one, hop in it, and then drive over in Catty Corner. From how it sounds, when players go to one of the pumps, they’ll be able to get out of the car, press a prompted button and fill up the car’s tank.
Catty Corner it’s likely to be a hub of activity due to Fortnite’s week 6 challenge. Players should be prepared to run into other players and fight with them when they arrive at the gas station.
Find the Ancient Spaceship
The other big challenge is tied to the new Ancient Astronaut spaceship crash site POI. According to some leaks, the Ancient ship is near Craggy Cliffs, off the northern coast.
A leaked list of the latter set of challenges includes:
- Eliminations at Pleasant Park (3);
- Deal damage at Rickety Rig (500);
- Search Chests(10);
- Search Chests (100);
- Search Chests at Lazy Lake (7);
- Search Ammo Boxes at Sally Springs (7);
- Gas up a Vehicle at Catty Corner (1);
- Land at The Authority and finish Top 25 (1);
- Catch a weapon at Stack Shack (1).
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