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Fortnite Season 5 Week 13 Challenge guide

Fortnite Season 5 Week 13 is upon us. Here are all of the challenges and quests for the week and how to complete them.

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The Fortnite Season 5 Week 13 quests are almost here. Take a look at all of the challenges and how to complete them.

A new week means another list of Fortnite challenges to complete as Season 5 comes to a close. Season 6 is on the horizon, which gives players a few weeks to complete all of the challenges and finish the Battle Pass.

We have some relatively easy challenges this week, with quests that focus on dealing damage and visiting easy-to-find locations. Here’s what we’ll need to do.

Fortnite Season 5 Week 13 Quests

  • Scan a server at a Surface Hub (0/1)
  • Throw fruit at Hunter’s Haven (0/3)
  • Damage opponents at Hunter’s Haven, The Orchard, Retail Row (0/300)
  • Pistol Damage (0/300)
  • Bathe in the Purple Pool at Steamy Stacks (0/1)
  • Enter the Zero Point (0/1)
  • Destroy Crystal Trees (0/5)

We’re not 100% sure where the Surface Hub is located, but we’ll link to our full guide on that particular challenge as soon as all of these go live.

Throwing fruit at Hunter’s Haven is random but easy. We’re not sure if fruit baskets spawn at Hunter’s Haven, so you may need to hoard some bananas and apples on your way through the POI.

Steamy Stacks isn’t getting a ton of traffic these days, but the Purple Pool has been there since Chapter 2 began. You can find it in the Kevolution energy plant to the north of the POI.

As for the Legendary challenge, all we need to do is build structures. This one is completed in stages: 60, 120, 180, 240, and 300. There isn’t much to this one. You can spam structures in a match of Team Rumble or complete it over the course of several matches.

Luckily, you won’t need too much direction this week. Stay tuned to FortniteINTEL for guides on the challenges for the last few weeks of Season 5.

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Fortnite Foreshadowing quests guide & challenge cheat sheet

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A new quest line has players venturing around The Island to complete odd tasks that hint at what Chapter 2 Season 7 has in store. Here’s all the Fortnite Foreshadowing quests and how to complete them.

Remember in 2018 during Fortnite Chapter 1 Season 3 when all of the TV’s in Fortnite started to broadcast the same emergency frequency? It was one of the first times Epic Games started to tell a story within Fortnite. Since then, Epic has found more elaborate ways to tell stories, but it seems it may be returning to its roots.

An additional questline for Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 6 has been added to the game. These challenges are called the Foreshadowing Quests. Each of the five quests uses ordinary in-game structures to tell a story similar to that of C1S3. With the end of Season 6 drawing near, these quests might be foreshadowing what’s to come in Season 7.

Fortnite Foreshadowing Quests Guide

There are five Fortnite Foreshadowing quests that will be available to players. As of right now, we only know where two of the challenges will be located. However, as more information becomes available we will update this guide and the map.

Each of the five challenges will have to be completed in order which means players can’t complete them all in one match. Right now, we know where each of the five broken telescopes are located. As well, the crop circle should appear in Collosal Crops.

When the quests become available, players will also have to investigate a helicopter, use a CB radio, and destroy a spooky TV set. These challenges are similar to when The Visitor appeared inside of a meteor in Chapter 1 Season 4. Thanks to ShiinaBR for data mining these quests, we also know that they are connected to the Imagined Order.

As we near the end of Season 6, it’s apparent that something big is going to happen. Jonesy and The Seven are gearing up for what could be an intense battle. The Zero Point is still transporting characters from different universes to The Island. And there are plenty of questions that have been left unanswered.

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Fortnite Season 6 Week 9 quest guide & challenge cheat sheet

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Players will be spending a lot of time in the storm and with wildlife while attempting to complete the Fortnite Season 6 week 9 challenges.

With every new week comes a wave of new Fortnite challenges. These challenges are the best way to gain a lot of XP and climb up the battle pass tiers. As well, some of the Battle Pass skins have different variants locked behind how many weekly challenges are completed.

We are now 9 weeks into Fortnite Season 6, and the challenges are starting to become a little less creative. This isn’t a problem for players who want to gain a lot of XP in a short amount of time as this week’s challenges are relatively easy. This guide, along with the Fortnite Intel cheat sheet, will show players how to complete each challenge.

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Fortnite Season 6 Week 9 Challenges

As shown on the map above, there are seven Fortnite week 9 challenges. Half of them have players hunting or chasing wildlife. The other half makes players complete remedial tasks in the storm. But, because they are weekly quests, they will have to be completed one at a time.

The first set of challenges revolves around wildlife. Players will have to speak with one of five NPCs around the map to discuss the behaviors of these animals. They will then need to hunt down a boar, and then stay within seven meters of a fleeing chicken for seven seconds. All of the locations that these can be done are marked on the cheat sheet map above.

The next set of challenges has players spending a lot of time in the storm. The first round, players will have to use shield potions, bandages, or medkits while in the storm. Next, they will need to use a Shockwave Grenade on themselves while in the storm. Players will then have to survive 10 storm phases which will take multiple rounds. And lastly, they will need to build 10 structures while in the storm.

All in all, these challenges shouldn’t take too long to complete. They don’t require players to interact with enemies, and most of them don’t require much prep. The hardest parts of these challenges will be locating shockwave grenades and a boar. Once completed, players will earn a whopping 168k experience points.

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Fortnite Season 6 Week 8 challenge guide & cheat sheet

Fortnite Season 6 Week 8 is here, and with it comes a wave of brand new weekly challenges. Here’s how to complete them all!

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From dancing in the kitchen to setting restaurants on fire, here’s how to complete every Fortnite Season 6 Week 8 challenge.

With every new week comes a wave of new Fortnite challenges. These challenges are the best way to gain a lot of XP and climb up the battle pass tiers. As well, some of the Battle Pass skins have different variants locked behind how many weekly challenges are completed.

The Fortnite Season 6 Week 8 challenges are here and they’re relatively easy. With only one challenge requiring players to deal damage, the rest are as easy as visiting locations and performing specific actions. This guide, along with the Fortnite Intel cheat sheet, will show players how to complete each challenge.

Fortnite Season 6 Week 8 Challenges

The challenges this week are relatively simple with the first one being a fetch quest. Players will have to scour Holly Hedges or Pleasant Park in order to find a research book. The books will be found inside one of the houses and will be surrounded by a glowing blue aura.

The next two quests can be completed at the same places. Players will have to launch from three Guardian Towers. They will also need to open two chests found at the Guardian Towers or at The Spire. The top of each Guardian Tower has two chests that players can easily open and then use the launcher.

The last three challenges can all be completed within the same match. Players will first need to land at the Durr Burger restaurant and dance in the kitchen. They will then need to find a car with enough gas to drive all the way to the Pizza Pit without leaving the vehicle. Then, the player will need to use a Firefly Jar when they arrive at the Pizza Pit.

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Completing all seven of the Season 6 Week 8 challenges will net the player with a whopping 168k experience points. This massive amount of XP will help players quickly climb to Battle Pass tier 100.

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