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The end date for Fortnite Chapter 2 – Season 7 is rapidly approaching and players are ready for Season 8. This installment of Fortnite has run its course, with all of the content coming out in the open. This mainly includes the Superman skin and cosmetics, which were rewarded to players for completing the Epic Quests. As a result, most players are done with those quests for the season. However, some are still interested in them for the XP gains to the Battle Pass. For any players that are in this crowd, the Week 13 Epic Quests recently leaked and are now viewable.
Of course, the challenges go live on Thursday of this week. They could be the final quests in Season 7, depending on what Epic Games has planned for the start of Season 8. This might give players some extra time to complete the Week 13 Epic Quests but not much time is needed to complete the set.
The Week 13 Epic Quests in Fortnite Season 7
As always, there are seven tasks in the Epic Quests set that adds up to 210,000 total XP. Players can complete them for additional Battle Pass XP or to unlock the Superman skins if they haven’t already. It should be noted that the Week 13 Epic Quests are still subject to change before they go live on Thursday, so the list isn’t set in stone.
- Repair IO Equipment (0/3) – 30,000 XP
- Build structures at Corny Complex (0/25) – 30,000 XP
- Destroy IO Intel (0/1) – 30,000 XP
- Get Marigold’s Message from the Dead Drop (0/1) – 30,000 XP
- Visit Radar Dish Bases in a single match (0/5) – 30,000 XP
- Get Headshots (0/10) – 30,000 XP
- Upgrade to an Epic or Legendary weapon (0/2) – 30,000 XP
While some tasks involve the IO, the challenges for this week aren’t difficult. Most of them involve visiting a location and performing some kind of action. However, if players see a challenge they think might be difficult to complete, Upcomer will be releasing challenge guides throughout the week to ensure that players can earn the XP as quickly as possible.
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.