Fortnite Week 4 Challenge List: Shooting Galleries, Dance On Clock Tower, And More (Season 6)
More challenges means more Battle Stars.
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Change is always afoot in Fortnite, as evidenced by the recent launch of a new update to the game that was quickly followed to an adjustment that sped up the Battle Bus. With Season 6 ongoing and a Halloween event possibly on the way, Week 4 of Battle Royale is underway, and what that means for you is that there are new challenges available to complete. These make for an easy way to progress your Battle Pass and earn skins and cosmetics, like this season's new pets. As always, while anyone can do the challenges in the Free section, four of the week's challenges will only be available to players who have paid for a Battle Pass.
In the free section, players will need to use a Port-a-Fort or Port-a-Fortress (currently disabled) in five different matches, search an Ammo Box in seven different named locations, and then ring the doorbell of a house with an opponent inside in three different matches. On the paid Battle Pass side, there's a mixture of simple and tricky challenges to do. The first two involves landing at Greasy Grove and dancing on a Clock Tower (find it in Tilted Towers), followed by two other locations (a pink tree and porcelain throne). The remaining two challenges task players with getting a score of three or more at five different Shooting Galleries, and also killing three enemies near one of the Corrupted areas. Take a look at all the challenges, as well as their rewards, below.
Fortnite's 6.10 update is now available on PS4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android. It adds the Quadcrasher into the mix, and this two-seater vehicle is pretty handy for smashing through structures thanks to its boost function. "You build boost just by driving," Epic Games explains. "[Then] unleash that speed with the hotkey once you've filled your boost meter."
The patch also allows those playing on a PlayStation 4 Pro connected to a 4K TV to display the game at 1440p instead of 1080p. The other major new addition is the new "Events" tab, where players will find in-game tournaments. Read the full Fortnite 6.10 update patch notes for more details
Fortnite's popularity continues to soar, and the latest celebrity to be drawn to it is Ellen DeGeneres, who had well known streamer Ninja on her talk show. As one of the most well-known Fortnite players around, Ninja was brought in to teach Ellen how to play which, if we're honest, didn't go well, but they seemed to be having fun and that's what matters. To get some tips from us, use our Fortnite Season 6 challenge guide to get Battle Stars from previous weeks' challenges.
Fortnite Season 6, Week 4 Challenges
- Use a Port-a-Fort or Port-a-Fortress in different matches (5) -- 5 Battle Stars
- Search an Ammo Box in different Named Locations (7) -- 5 Battle Stars
- Ring the doorbell of a house with an opponent inside in different matches (3) -- 10 Battle Stars
- Land at Greasy Grove -- 5 Battle Stars
- Dance on top of a Clock Tower -- 5 Battle Star
- Get a score of 3 or more at different Shooting Galleries -- 10 Battle Stars
- Eliminate opponents near any of the CorruptedAreas -- 10 Battle Stars
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