See All Of Fortnite Season 10's New Skins, Emotes, And More From Battle Pass
Fortnite Season 10 is underway and it's making some big changes. The theme for what Epic is calling Season X centers around the Zero Point, which has exploded, twisting time and bringing things from Fortnite's past into the present. Unexpectedly, the way challenges work in Fortnite has changed quite significantly, as they're now built around themed sets instead of weekly challenges that are refreshed over the course of the season. But the reason for doing those challenges is still to unlock new cosmetics, including skins.
As always, there is a huge array of items to unlock that you can use to customize your character. Those range from new outfits and back bling to emotes, wraps, harvesters, and more available. While challenges themselves have changed, the process for unlocking all this stuff remains largely the same as previous seasons.
- Fortnite Season 10 challenges
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First off, you'll need to have a Battle Pass, as that's where all the best rewards are being kept (a limited number of rewards are available to all players, but most things are Battle Pass-exclusive). Then you'll need to play a whole lot of the game--developer Epic Games estimates it'll take between 75 and 150 hours to get everything in the Battle Pass. Taking out enemies and earning Victory Royales is a fun way to get the Battle Stars needed to level up your pass and unlock the rewards, but the smart thing to do is focus on the challenges.
As previously mentioned, these are now grouped together as themed "Missions," but completing them will earn you more Battle Stars much faster, so we recommend focusing on them. Take a look at our Fortnite Season 10 Battle Pass guide to get an in-depth breakdown of what it entails.
But is it worth the time and effort? To help you make a decision on that, we've grabbed images of all the items included in the Battle Pass. This is everything that you'll be able to unlock and use to customize your character and game experience if you decided to sink in the hours. Tale a look and, by the time you're done, you'll have a good idea of whether you want to commit.
Take a look at our Fortnite Season 10 hub to see everything you need to know about the new season.