It’s been exciting times in the world of Fortnite lately. The Halloween event, Fortnitemares, came to a close–and in quite spectacular fashion, with a one-time event that transported players into an alternate world. In the aftermath of the event, Kevin the cube has vanished, and a new land mass has appeared in Loot Lake. The full implications of this remain to be seen, but we expect developer Epic Games will be digging into it over the coming weeks. In the mean time, there are challenges to be completed!
At this point all of this should be second nature, but here’s a quick primer for the newcomers: Each week there’s a fresh set of Fortnite challenges for players to complete. By doing so they earn Battle Stars which levels up their Battle Pass and unlocks cosmetic rewards. Some challenges are exclusive to those that have a paid-for Battle Pass.
This week’s challenges are pretty straightforward. On the free side, you’ll need to get seven ammo boxes in a single match, deal 500 headshot damage to enemies, and–as part of the three-part challenge–begin by dealing 300 damage to opponents in a single match.
For those that have paid for a Battle Pass, you’ll need to do a multi-stage challenge which begins with destroying 50 trees. Other challenges involve skydiving through 20 floating rings and eliminating three opponents in Pleasant Park. There’s also another multi-stage challenge that begins with consuming five apples.
Fortnite Season 6, Week 7 Challenges
- Search 7 Ammo Boxes in a single match (7) — 5 Battle Stars
- Deal Headshot Damage to opponents (500) — 5 Battle Stars
- Stage 1: Deal damage to opponents in a single match (300)– 2 Battle Stars
- Stage 1: Destroy trees (50) — 5 Battle Stars
- Skydive through floating rings (20) — 5 Battle Stars
- Stage 1 Consume 5 Apples (5) — 10 Battle Stars
- Eliminate opponents in Pleasant Park (3) — 10 Battle Stars
Epic recently rolled out Fortnite update v6.22 and introduced two new limited-time modes. The first is Team Terror, which pits two teams of 32 against each other with the goal of wiping out the opposing side. However, Cube Monsters, the enemies that players had to battle against during Fortnitemares, will also be out for blood.
The second LTM is Blitz, which speeds up the Battle Royale formula by making the storm circle start to close in right from the start of the match. On top of that, it’ll shrink more frequently than usual, so matches should last around 15 minutes.
The patch also introduces the new heavy assault rifle. The update also laid the groundwork for new NFL skins that are expected to be out later this week. If you’ve still got outstanding challenges from previous weeks check out our Season 6 challenge guide.