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It’s that time again, as the Week 1 challenges went live in Fortnite Chapter 2 – Season 4 yesterday. One of the few constants in the battle royale, challenges are back for Season 4 to no one’s surprise. It will be interesting to see how Epic Games goes about designing the challenges with so many Marvel heroes now in the picture. However, for Week 1, players won’t find too many tasks very difficult. Although, there is one challenge that physically can’t be completed thanks to a bug. Here’s how to complete most of the Fortnite Week 1 challenges.
The Fortnite Season 4 Week 1 challenges
In total, there are eight tasks in the Week 1 batch. However, as previously stated, one challenge can’t be completed at the time of writing thanks to Epic Games disabling a feature in Season 4. So players will only have to worry about seven tasks until further notice.
Most completed challenges will earn you 25,000 XP towards your Season 4 Battle Pass. Completing each task in the set is a great way to kickstart your pass so you can those shiny new Marvel skins a little quicker. Here are the Week 1 challenges in Fortnite Season 4:
- Search Chests at Dirty Docks (7)
- Eliminations at Holly Hedges (3)
- Collect Floating Rings at Misty Meadows (1)
- Eliminate Stark Robots at Quinjet Patrol landing sites (5)
- Gas a vehicle up at Lazy Lakes (1)
- Deal damage to opponents with Stark Industries Energy Rifles (1,000)
- Eliminate Doctor Doom at Doom’s Domain (3)
- Deal damage to opponents at Craggy Cliffs (500)
Every challenge will net you 25,000 XP upon completion except for “Eliminate Doctor Doom at Doom’s Domain.” That challenge will earn you 50,000 XP. In regards to the bugged task, Epic Games has disabled the Stark Robots, so you can’t eliminate them. There’s currently no timetable for their return.
The Week 1 batch isn’t too tricky, but finding a Stark Industries Energy Rifle and eliminating Doctor Doom could both prove somewhat difficult.
That’s it for this challenge guide! Make sure to keep up with Daily Esports for all Fortnite news.
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.