Fortnite Week 4 Challenges COUNTDOWN: Epic Games makes HUGE change to leaked challenges (Pic: EPIC GAMES)
Fortnite's Season 6 Week 4 challenges are set to go live later today and thanks to some recent leaks we've already got a pretty good idea what challenges players will need to complete.
Although there's maybe a question mark over one or two of these supposed leaked challenges.
That's because Epic Games appear to be making more efforts to mix up the challenges. So until these go live, take everything with a pinch of salt.
Chances are the vast majority of challenges will be on the money, but equally, we wouldn't be surprised to see one or two of these changed at the last minute.
The week 4 challenges are set to go live in-game at 2pm BST on Thursday October 18
That is obviously for players in the UK, but for those of you reading this in other time zones, thats 4am eastern time and 1am Pacific time.
For now though, lets take a look at the challenges supposedly coming later today.
FORTNITE WEEK 3 SEASON 6 – FREE CHALLENGES
Dance with others to raise the Disco Ball near Loot Lake – 5 Battle Stars
Search an Ammo Box in different named locations – 5 Battle Stars
Deal damage to opponents in a single match (0/1000) (HARD) – 10 Battle Stars
FORTNITE WEEK 3 SEASON 6 – BATTLE PASS CHALLENGES
Land at Greasy Grove – 5 Battle Star
Dance on top of a Clock Tower – 5 Battle Stars
Complete Timed Trials (HARD) – 10 Battle Stars
Eliminate opponents near any of the Corrupted Areas – 10 Battle Stars
As you can see from the list, there are one or two everyday quests to complete such as searching for Ammo Box's, landing at certain locations and eliminated opponents in various places around the map.
But then you've got quite a few strange challenges too.
For one thing, the "Dance with others to raise the Disco Ball near Loot Lake" which is an old Season 4 challenge, feels very much like a placeholder. Especially since loot lake effectively doesn't exist anymore.
Equally, Timed Trials was parachuted into the game's challenges last week unexpectedly, so we won't be seeing that either.
It's possible that we could see one of the two challenges which didn't appear last week finally arrive. Which for those who don't remember, was a shooting galleries challenge and another that required players to "ring the doorbell of a house with an opponent inside of it".
Outside of this, the only other challenge is Dancing on top of a Clock Tower, which is pretty straightforward.
We'll find out more later today…