As we approach the end of the third season of Fortnite, the last set of weekly challenges have been unlocked. Owners of the Battle Pass can complete these challenges if they want to earn battle stars to progress through the tiers. If you’ve yet to complete the previous weeklies, you should hurry up as the end of the season is near.
Most of the tasks are basic but some are on the trickier side. Without further ado, here are the Fortnite week 10 challenges:
- Search chests in Fatal Fields (7)
- Deal headshot damage to opponents (250)
- Search a chest in different named locations (12)
- Skydive through floating rings (10)
- Search between a Stone Circle, Wooden Bridge, and a Red RV (1)
- Eliminate opponents (10)
- Eliminate opponents in Pleasant Park (10)
Skydive through floating rings
Let’s begin with the most interesting one of the bunch, skydiving through floating rings. When the game begins, you will notice purple and blue colored rings in the sky. The objective is to skydive, or even glide, through these rings ten times. The purple ones are positioned at a higher altitude than the blue ones. The most efficient strategy to go through the purple rings before the blue ones. This way, you can complete the challenge in just five matches.
Search a chest in different named locations
One of the challenges requires you to search chests in twelve different named locations. This is a simple challenge that requires you to open at least one chest in twelve of the nineteen total locations available on the map. Just make sure to keep track of the places you’ve already been to.
Search between a Stone Circle, Wooden Bridge, and a Red RV
Another challenge tasks the player with finding a battle star located between a Stone Circle, Wooden Bridge, and a Red RV. No need to waste time searching for the landmarks, just head north of the container depot or south-east from Tomato Town and you will come across a hill.
Once there, head towards the fallen over log next to a rock formation and the battle star will be available for you to collect.