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The days of Fortnite Chapter 2 – Season 7 are numbered, as Season 8 and the finale event are quickly approaching. The finale, Operation Sky Fire, is set to begin on Sept. 12, with Season 8 beginning sometime after. While players are undoubtedly excited for another season of Fortnite, it’s still a week away. In the time being, players can complete the Week 14 Legendary Quests to earn some additional XP.
By now, many players don’t need extra XP for their Battle Pass after reaching level 200. However, that doesn’t mean every player has reached that plateau. For any player that needs that last bit of XP in Season 7, completing the Legendary and Epic Quests is the best route to take.
The Week 14 Legendary Quests in Fortnite Season 7
The final slate of Legendary Quests in Season 7 involves players helping the Imagined Order make final preparations for Operation Sky Fire. The aliens need to be eradicated from the Fortnite island and players are doing all they can to make sure it happens.
This process has players confronting a mole, warning characters on the map and making sure the island is ready. The full set of Legendary Quests for Week 14 in Fortnite are found below.
- Get Slone’s orders from a payphone – 15,000 XP
- Warn characters of impending doom (0/3) – 45,000 XP
- Place warning signs (0/4) – 30,000 XP
- Shut down the radar dishes (0/2) – 30,000 XP
- Spoil the mole’s sabotage attempt (0/1) – 30,000 XP
- Confront the mole (0/1) – 30,000 XP
As always, there are six Legendary Quests worth 180,000 XP. The first challenge, getting Slone’s orders from a payphone, is only worth 15,00 XP, while the next task is worth 45,000 XP. There don’t appear to be any extremely challenging tasks in the set, but they will take players some time to complete.
If any quest looks particularly difficult, don’t worry, Upcomer will drop several challenge guides throughout the week to help players earn the last-minute XP they need.
The Week 14 Legendary Quests will release on Wednesday, Sept. 8.
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.