Are you all prepared for the New Year 2k19? Well, developers at Epic Games surely are. Be prepared for the upcoming week of challenges and events in Fortnite’s 14 days challenge series.
Epic Games is all set for making your New Year celebrations much more interesting, as recently on Twitter forthcoming events for 14 day challenge series were leaked. And you should buckle up and get prepared to take those juicy one-time rewards which will make your in-game experience much more fun and fabulous.
In the latest 7.10 update, Fortnite has introduced 14 days challenge in which players will be required to accomplish a new task every day for 14 days. If the player accomplished the assigned task, he would be awarded one-time exclusive rewards.
These rewards include emotes, bag skins or a new pet in Fortnite which would make your in-game charter much more fun to interact with. So don’t miss this opportunity to grab such an awesome reward as these events are quite fun and straightforward to accomplish. You must participate in these daily challenges to avail free seasonal rewards to enhance your in-game experience.
The leak for week four challenge and events were possible due to the release of the latest patch for Fortnite, which facilitated the players to create various speculations and guesses.
According to rumours floating around the upcoming events and challenges are going to be huge and will provide players with an extra motive for indulging with this addictive game.
It is believed that there are gonna be three major events which will be accessible for all the Fortnite players and four events are privileged to only those players having Battle Pass.
The three events which are available for all the players consist of various tasks, but they are pretty easy to accomplish. The first event is expected to indulge players in destroying chairs while playing the match, and this would not be a waste of time as you would also collect additional resources which could boost up your wall strength to create much stronger defensive structures.
The second event is believed to be a letter hunting trail. Players have to search for different letters at various in map locations to finish this task. You will find the letters in the given bellow locations.
- Pleasant park: You will have to travel west of Pleasant park and search for the letter (O).
- Wailing Woods: You are required to hunt for the letter (S) in Wailing Woods.
- Dusty Divot: Head to Dusty Divot and look for the letter (N).
- Frozen Lake: You require searching for the letter (N) in the Frozen Lake.
This event is somewhat similar to the Goose nest task of day six in which you had to collect six goose eggs from alongside the river bank.
The third task is to dealt damage to your opponent with your pickaxe. This task is quite simple as well as challenging at the same time, as you have to go close to your opponent in order to deal some damage to them. As the pickaxe is a close-range weapon, it makes the player valuable from being attacked from a sniper or automatic rifle. So you have to be quite cautious in order to accomplish this task.
There are some exclusive events which are only accessible by the Battle Pass players. Some of the leaks on these events are not confirmed and are subjected to speculations. Battle pass challenges may include eliminating enemies at various Expedition Outposts and Killing your opponents at Happy Hamlet.
Some leaks suggest that there can be the inclusion of an event involving Fireworks. This could be a special event for New Year eve to make the in-game environment much more celebratory. Also, there could be a task associated with flying X-4 plane in different modes. It is yet to be seen that have the Epic games included any more extensions or have a plan to inculcate any other content, but it is sure that Fortnite is gonna rock the New Year’s celebration by providing such exciting and mind-blowing events and rewards for their users.
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