‘Fortnite’ Season 4, Week 8 Challenges Guide

Joanna Estrada
June 22, 2018

You can see the crater that the challenge mentions to the left of the racetrack.

Here's a brief explainer for why this matters for those who may have just joined Fortnite with the Nintendo Switch port's release last week. Players can buy the Battle Pass for each new season for $9.99 and it offers a tiered system that enables you to earn loot over time by completing challenges.

Completing these challenges will reward you with varying numbers of Battle Stars, which rank up your Battle Pass and allow you to get your hands on new skins and cosmetics. What do you know, they were! When it comes time to plunder chests in Salty Springs, consult this local map of the area to find the various spawn points. Speaking of searching for seven (7) chests, the third challenge is to find seven chests in a single match. I recommend landing at the house south of the marked location to pick up a weapon in case anyone tries to get the jump on you. "We have made a few changes recently - and will continue to make more - to give you options to counter other players in combat, especially in the late game".

Headshot damage might take a few games if you're not big into snipers, but it should still go pretty quickly if you play aggressively enough.

But let's talk about the stranger challenges.

Working out where to search between the Bear, Crater, and a Refrigerator Shipment is one of Fortnite's many Weekly Challenges.

Another Challenge this week are Fortnite Hungry Gnome locations. As always, keep in mind to finish out the match you're in once you've completed a challenge in order to be sure you get credit for it.

The location that this Fortnite challenge refers to is southeast of Retail Row.

Finally, eliminating opponents in Pleasant Park is always going to be hard because it's a popular landing point.

Once you reach the patch of bare ground the Battle Stars will appear in front of you.

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