Fortnite welcomed another set of challenges once with the arrival of Week 8.
The Fortnite Season 4 Week 8 brand-new challenges are not that intriguing, but they’ll sure be fun. They bring players closer to the end of the Battle Pass and the so much-awaited Iron Man skin.
If you’re curious to find everything about the Week 8 challenges, here is what you need to know.
Exploring, Hunting, and Fighting
Most of the Fortnite Season 4 Week 8 new challenges involve hunting, exploration, and of course, elimination. Here they are:
- Drive a vehicle through a rift (car or truck);
- Eliminate 5 enemies while jumping and falling;
- Go to Sweaty Sands and search 7 chests;
- Make 5 eliminations at Stark Industries.
Driving a car through a rift might be a bit challenging, but it’s not that hard. You can found many rifts at Marvel-themed regions across the map. The vehicles shouldn’t be an issue. It’s better, however, if you build a ramp to finish the task.
The Sweaty Sands Point is now waiting for players to discover many chests. You won’t have any issues finding the 7 chests.
And the best way to make some eliminations at Stark Industries is to drop straight there. You’ll also need to grab quickly one of the Fortnite’s top-tier guns.
Finally, if you want to eliminate enemies while jumping or falling, try this: spam the jump button and fire!
As for the final challenges of this week, you’ll notice they’re a bit complicated:
- Visit 5 different Named Locations in only one match;
- Headshot 35 Stark Robots or Doom Henchmen;
- Deal 15,000 Damage to enemies with Sniper Rifles and Assault Rifles.
Going to five different Points of Interest in only one match is not challenging, but it’s time-consuming. Hop in a car, and you should be able to get everywhere in no time.
As for the rest of the challenges, things are pretty simple. Most of them are either close or related to another or easy to do.
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