Fortnite Season 2 only has a few weeks left, which means that time is running out for Overtime Challenges to hit the game. We’ve seen some sort of Overtime Challenges for every recent season, so it would be surprising if Epic held out on us, here.
Reddit user u/TSR_Gamer posted their thoughts on Overtime Challenges to the r/FortniteBR subreddit, giving five unique ideas for what the Season 2 Overtime Challenges will be. We’re ranking them, here, from least to most likely. With any luck, we won’t be getting the number-five option.
5. No Overtime Challenges
While disappointing, it’s possible that we don’t get any Overtime Challenges for Fortnite Season 2. Epic may have thought that the gold variants were enough, along with the Location Domination challenges for extra XP.
This is, in our opinion, not likely. We’ve been able to unlock additional skin variants since Season X, and Epic have always given us Overtime Challenges on top of them. As the saying goes, though: expect the best. Prepare for the worst.
4. Deadpool variants
Deadpool was a central theme of Season 2, which means his reach could extend through the Overtime Challenges. Imagine a Deadpool-themed Agent Peely or Midas. That would be pretty great.
As awesome as this may be, it seems to be one of the least likely scenarios on this list. Other than a red coloring, it’s unclear how Epic would make all of these skins Deadpool-themed. It’s a cool idea, but probably not a practical one.
3. Opposing factions
In our opinion, allowing us to unlock the opposing skin variants would most boring option for Overtime Challenges. There was some hubbub about choosing sides at the beginning of the season, but most of that has passed. A lot of players seem to be happy with their selection, and the Team Shadow vs. Team Ghost has injected a bit of entertainment into unlocking different skin variants.
There are a few things that we’d like to have in our locker. For instance, both of the TNTina glider variants look awesome, as does Meowscle’s different color options. Still, it seems too bland to offer opposing variants as a reward for Overtime Challenges.
2. FNCS poster art
The FNCS Invitational showed Agent Peely with a white and gold outfit, something we haven’t seen with any of the in-game skins. Could this be hinting at the Overtime Challenge variants?
- Read More: Fortnite FNCS Invitational Week 2 recap
It’s possible, although the first FNCS of Season 2 did not display the Battle Pass skins with this outfit. Another option is that Agent Peely receives this variant with other skins getting different colorings.
1. Platinum/Bronze/Silver/Diamond variants
This is an original and interesting concept that fits the general theme of Fortnite Season 2. Sure, it isn’t gold, but using other elements would be an awesome way to set the Overtime Challenges apart from the rest of the Battle Pass.
Imagine receiving a bronze Meowscles, a silver Agent Peely, and a diamond Midas. That would satisfy a lot of Fortnite players. Also, this diamond Midas from FireMonkey is simple, yet amazing. Who wouldn’t want this in their locker?
Of course, there’s a strong chance that the Overtime Challenges give us rewards that we didn’t mention, here. They could give us something like the Beach Meowscles that was seen in the Season 3 promotional art. A summer-themed Overtime would fit the real-world season, after all (at least, above the equator).
With an expected patch this week, we’ll likely see the Overtime Challenges leaked, once and for all. Let’s see if we and u/TSR_Gamer are right on some of these, or if it’s something that’s completely unexpected.
Fortnite Season 6 Week 4 challenge guide
The Fortnite Season 6 Week 4 challenges are almost here. Take a look at everything you need to do for the most XP.
The Fortnite Season 6 Week 4 challenges are here. Take a look at all of the requirements and how to complete the quests.
Another week, another list of challenges for players to complete as they work their way through the Season 6 Battle Pass.
This week, we’ll be playing with the new Recycler, dealing damage with Primal weapons, interacting with wildlife, and much more. Let’s get into it.
Season 6 Week 4 Quests
- Set structures on fire (10)
- Search chests (7)
- Eliminate opponents with weapons of Rare rarity or higher (3)
- Shockwave wildlife using a Shockwave Grenade or Bow (1)
- Tame animals in different matches (3)
- Deal damage to opponents with the Recycler (1000)
- Revive a teammate (1)
The challenges for the week are relatively easy, as most of them can be completed in Team Rumble. Taming and Shockwaving animals are as easy as finding them and making sure you have some Shockwaves on you, but you’ll need to do this in normal modes, as wildlife doesn’t spawn in Team Rumble.
The Recycler, which is the newest weapon added to Fortnite, can be found all across the map. It always seems like Epic jack-up the spawn rate on new weapons, as the Recycler has been easy to find since its release. It might take a while to deal 1,000 damage, though.
Setting structures on fire is easily done with a Gasoline Canister or Firefly Jar. If you hit a build battle with one of these, most of the wood will go up in flames.
The Legendary challenge of the week has players dealing damage with Primal weapons. These weapons include the Primal Bow, Primal SMG, Primal Shotgun, and Primal AR. You get any of these by looting or upgrading Makeshift weapons to Primal weapons by using bones.
The Primal Shotgun is widely considered to be the most overpowered weapon in the game right now, so it’s probably your best outlet for reliable Primal damage. You’ll need to deal 12,500 damage to complete all stages of the Legendary quest, so it’s a good idea to grab as many Primal weapons as you can carry.
Fortnite Spire challenges: how to collect a Cult Talisman
The Fortnite Season 6 Spire quests have players collecting a Cult Talisman from the Guardians. Here’s how to complete this challenge.
The Fortnite Season 6 Spire quests require players to collect a Cult Talisman from a Guardian for Raz. Here’s where you need to go.
Fortnite Season 6 has a sub-plot brewing under the surface, involving some of the new Battle Pass characters. Raz, one of the characters located in Colossal Crops, needs an item called a Cult Talisman so he can finish his disguise.
To complete this quest, you’ll first need to collect Artifacts from Tarana, find Raz, play the last log, complete 5 Uncommon or rarer quests, and retrieve the Cult Artifact from The Spire. After that, you need to take on one of the six Guardians of the island.
Fortnite Cult Talisman location
Once you complete all of the prerequisite quests, you can head to one of the five small Spires on the map to take on one of their Guardians. You’ve probably had a run-in with one of them before, and know how difficult they can be to deal with.
The Guardians have a substantial amount of health and can teleport around you. Landing at one of these locations is extremely dangerous, as you’ll need to fend off players and the deadly Guardian.
Here’s a map of all of the Guardian locations from Fortnite.GG.
Now, along with an Epic Primal AR and the orb required to unlock the Spire Jumpboots, the Assassin will drop a Cult Talisman. You’ll need to collect it by hitting ‘interact’ and bring the artifact to Raz to complete this stage of the quest.
This isn’t the final stage of the Spire questline. We’ll keep you updated with more tips for completing these challenges. Until then, make sure to follow us on Twitter @FortniteINTEL so you never miss out on any of the latest Fortnite news.
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Fortnite Spire challenges: how to collect a Cult Artifact from the Spire
The Fortnite Spire challenges continue, as Raz has us collecting a Cult Artifact from the Spire. Here’s where you need to go.
The Fortnite Season 6 Spire quests continue, as Raz sends us to collect a Cult Artifact from the Spire. Here’s where you need to go.
The Spire questline is a season-long challenge ark that has us searching some of the new locations added to Fortnite Season 6.
Fortnite Cult Artifact location
As the description of the challenge reveals, you’ll need to go to the Spire to find the Cult Artifact. The Spire is a large location, though, and will have you searching for a while if you don’t know where to go.
The Cult Artifact is in one of the buildings surrounding the Spire. Be careful of the deadly Spire Guardian and her Mythic Primal Shotgun.
Here’s a video from HarryNinetyFour, showing you the exact location of the Cult Artifact at the Spire.
As always, we’ll provide more guides for the rest of the challenges as we unlock them. Until then, make sure to follow us on Twitter @FortniteINTEL so you never miss out on any of the latest Fortnite news.
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