It’s now Week 10, the last week of Fortnite: Battle Royale Season 6. What Epic Games has in store for the wildly popular battle royale title in Season 7–which could start as soon as next week–remains a mystery, but what we do know is that time is running out to get this season’s Battle Stars, level up your Battle Pass, and unlock the cosmetic items attached to it. Once the season is over, it could be a long time before any of those items return, so if you’ve had your eye on a skin, bling, or harvester, it’s now or never. Here’s what to expect from Week 10 challenges.
Week 10’s challenges are now available and, as always, come in two categories: free to everyone and exclusive to paid Battle Pass owners. In the free section, players will need to build 250 structures in exchange for five Battle Stars. Visiting a ship, a camel, and a crashed Battle Bus will also net you five Battle Stars (check out our guide for exact locations), while searching seven chests at either Tilted Towers or Paradise Palms will get you 10 Battle Stars.
In the paid Battle Pass section, meanwhile, you’ll need to place Mounted Turrets in three different matches for five Battle Stars and complete three vehicle timed trials for 10 Battle Stars. This tier also has two multi-stage challenges. The first starts by landing at Lazy Links, while the second begins by getting a shotgun elimination. As you complete those, additional stages will reveal themselves. Take a look at the full list of challenges below.
Fortnite Season 6, Week 10 Challenges
- Build structures (250) — 5 Battle Star
- Visit a Viking ship, a camel, and a crashed Battle Bus (3) — 5 Battle Stars
- Search chests at Tilted Towers or Paradise Palms (7) — 10 Battle Stars
- Place Mounted Turrets in different matches (3) — 5 Battle Stars
- Stage 1: Land at Lazy Links (1) — 5 Battle Stars
- Complete vehicle timed trials (3) — 10 Battle Stars
- Stage 1: Shotgun eliminations (1) — 10 Battle Stars
Epic has launched Fortnite update 6.31 and, as part of it, a new feature that allows players to gift items to others. According to the studio this feature isn’t going to be around for long, but it’s described as an “initial gifting period,” suggesting it could return in the future. The item shop currently allows players to buy cosmetics as a gift and then select someone on their friends list to send the item to.
In order to make use of the gifting feature, you’ll need to have multi-factor authentication enabled, and you’ll need to have been friends with a person for at least 48 hours before a gift can be sent to them. Gifts are limited to three in a 24-hour period and Epic will not refund any gift purchases. Fortnite’s 6.31 update also added new shotgun variants and a fresh limited-time mode, among other things. You can get all the details in the full patch notes here.