Fortnite Season 5 Week 5 Challenges Revealed How to Solve
06 August, 2018, 20:27 | Author: Tara Roberts
Epic has split up the challenges to allow players who don't have a Battle Pass to get some free ones done each week. If you look past all the fun and frolicking to the back wall, you'll spot an image of a camel and a drinking cup, along with a picture of the Battle Star-that's the clue you need.
Get your magnifying glasses ready because one of the Week 4 Challenges in Fortnite tasks players with searching between a gas station, soccer pitch, and Stunt Mountain in order to unlock a Battle Star to help on the way to the next tier.
Of course, the speed at which one completes the challenges in Fortnite really depends on their skill level. Remember that the battle star will simply not appear for anyone who has yet to complete all four weeks of the Season 5battle pass challenges now available, so keep that in mind. By doing it this way, you can kill a player normally, and then once they are knocked, you can kill them with a sniper rifle.
There are 13 possible chest spawn locations in Flush Factory. We don't blame you, don't worry. Things are a little different this season in regards to the challenges. This is probably the easiest task that you can get done if you join the 50v50 mode.
In this challenge, the players need to deal 500 damage to the enemies while using the sniper rifles. The best way to complete this challenge is to find the pistols at the beginning of the game.
The fifth week of challenges for Fortnite has been leaked online and they are some of the easiest of the Season. As for the fourth and final challenge for the week, you will need to eliminate three opponents with a pistol. It should take a few tries, but this is a simple challenge to finish.
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