The challenges in Fortnite update on a weekly basis and here are the leaked challenges for Fortnite Season 9, Week 2.
Fortnite Season 9, Week 2 Challenges will be released tomorrow, Thursday 16th May, but data-miners have managed to leak the challenges ahead of time. There are seven challenges released every week and four of these are only available for Battle Pass players to complete whilst the other three are available for Free Pass players.
You can see the leaked challenges for Week 2 below, thanks to @FireMonkeyFN.
Free Pass Challenges
- Launch off of Air Vents in different matches (5)
- Stage Challenge: Land at..
- Land at Snobby Shores (1)
- Land at Fatal Fields (1)
- Land at Sunny Steps (1)
- Land at Dusty Divot (1)
- Land at Happy Hamlet (1)
- Eliminate opponents in Sunny Steps or Shifty Shafts (3)
Battle Pass Challenges
- Deal damage with Pistols to opponents (500)
- Visit an oversized Phone, a big Piano, and a giant Dancing Fish trophy (1)
- Search a chest in different named locations in a single match
- Staged challenge: Eliminate an opponent from at least…
- Eliminate an opponent from at least 50m away (1)
- Eliminate an opponent from at least 75m away (1)
- Eliminate an opponent from at least 100m away (1)
Once you have completed any four of the challenges for this week, you will be awarded with 5,000 XP. Once you have completed any six of the seven challenges, you will we awarded with a new Fortbyte.
Fortbytes have been added this season and you can unlock these in different ways. One of the ways in which you can unlock a Fortbyte is by completing six of the seven weekly challenges every week. Other Fortbytes are unlocked every day and can be found in-game. To read more about the Fortbytes, click here.
We will be releasing a cheat sheet to help you complete the challenges as soon as it is available and also any individual guides to help you complete the harder ones. Be sure to follow us on Twitter, @Fortnite_BR, and turn on website notifications to know the official Fortnite Season 9, Week 2 Challenges as soon as they are released.