Here are all of Fortnite Challenges that have been leaked by dataminers and will be released for Week 6.
We are now in the sixth week of Fortnite Chapter 2, Season 3 and with every week, a new set of challenges are released. There are seven challenges that are available to complete every week and each completed challenge awards you with 35,000 XP, which will help you to progress in this Seasons Battle Pass.
With the v13.30 update, there were two new secret quests/challenges that were added and completing them will award you with 25,000 XP each. The first quest is to teach the Coral Buddies how to stone craft and you can see how to complete this quest by clicking here. The second quest is a bit more difficult as it requires you to find three different monument locations and you can see all the locations of the sphinxes by clicking here.
FORTNITE SEASON 3 WEEK 6 CHALLENGES
The challenges for Week 6 of Fortnite will be going live in the game on Thursday, 22nd July at 2PM BST. These challenges have already been leaked by dataminers and can be seen below:
- Deal damage at Rickety Rig (500)
- Eliminations at Pleasant Park (3)
- Land at The Authority and finish Top 25 (1)
- Gas up a Vehicle at Catty Corner (1)
- Catch a weapon at Stack Shack (1)
- Search Chests (10)
- Search Chests (100)
- Search Ammo Boxes at Salty Springs (7)
- Search Chests at Lazy Lake (7)
When dataminers have been leaking the challenges for this season, there have been more than seven challenges leaked but only seven have been available. There are nine challenges that have been leaked for Week 6 as well, but there will likely only be seven available.
The other two challenges could be released for the team challenges that Epic had said would be coming and it looks like the Search 100 Chests could be the first as according to leaks, once this challenge is completed, it will award you with 80,000 XP.
We will let you know as soon as the challenges are live and if there are any team challenges that have been added so make sure you turn website notifications on to be notified.