Fornite has managed to engage the already made fanbase by introducing new fresh challenges every week in the game. And for completing these Week Challenges Fortnite players get bonus XP which not only help the players to increase the Battle Pass points but also the Battle Stars. Now, the next list of Week 7 Challenges Fortnite Season 6 has been leaked online, kudos to the data miners before the official announcement.
According to the Fortnite schedule, the new Season 6 Week 7 challenges will go live on Thursday, that is, 8th November, but again, thanks to the data miners to reveal all that Fortnite is up to this with the Week 7 Challenges.
Fortnite Week 7 Challenges brings the new targets, and as we have seen in the earlier Week Challenges of Fortnite Season 6, new challenges can be completed by both type players, if they have the Battle Pass or not, that is, Free Challenges, but the four Week 7 Challenges are exclusive to the Battle Pass holders.
You can check out the Fortnite Week 7 Challenges revealed by the data miners below, but you need to keep in mind that it can be a little different from the challenges revealed by Fortnite officially, but this will surely give you an idea.
Free Challenge (Fortnite Season 6 Week 7 Challenges)
- Search 7 Ammo Boxes in a single match (0/7)
- Deal Headshot Damage to opponents (0/500)
- Stage 1: Deal damage to opponents in a single match (HARD)(0/300)
Free Challenges in Fortnite Week 7 Challenges seems to be pretty easy, as the Search 7 Ammo Boxes in a single match can be done easily, but, 500 Headshot Damage to opponents and 300 Damage in a single match won’t be piece of cake.
Battle Pass Challenge (Fortnite Season 6 Week 7 Challenges)
- Stage 1: Destroy Trees (0/50)
- Skydive through Floating Rings (0/20)
- Stage 1: Consume 5 Apples (HARD)(0/5)
- Eliminate Opponents in Pleasant Park (HARD)(0/3)
Similarly, Battle Pass Challenges in Fortnite Week 7 Challenges have two easy level challenges but Eliminate 3 Opponents in Pleasant Park won’t be an easy one.
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