Fortnite Season 8 Week 2 Challenges Leaked

In Fortnite, the sooner you can get a start on planning your approach to completing the upcoming week’s challenges, the better. What will the Fortnite Season 8 Week 2 challenges be? Thanks to a recent leak, we can tell you what you may be able to expect.

Here Are the Leaked Fortnite Season 8 Week 2 Challenges

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Season 8, Week 2 Challenges! | (u/kspaar, knapperigeknaap on Discord)
– Deal damage to descending Supply Drops
– Deal damage to opponents with a Pirate Cannon
– Eliminations at Salty Spring or Haunted Hills
– Search a Chest in different Named Locations in a single match

1. Gain health from Apples
2. Gain health using Med Kits

1. Land at The Block
2. Land at Dusty Divot
3. Land at Polar Peak

4. Land at Snobby Shores
5. Land at Paradise Palms

– Visit the furthest North, South, East, and West points of the island


Many of these challenges involve geography in some way, so you’ll be running all over the island to complete these. Note that this list is just a leak, so there are no guarantees yet that these will be the challenges for Season 8 Week 2. But usually these types of leaks are pretty accurate, so you should start thinking about how you are going to tackle these challenges.

The official challenges for Week 2 will be available to complete starting on March 8th. You still have a few days left to complete the Week 1 challenges, so get to work on those if you haven’t yet.

If you’ve wrapped up the Week 1 challenges and are still waiting for the Week 2 challenges to launch, why not take this chance to catch up on the latest Fortnite news and updates? With Season 8 now live, there is a lot going on every day!

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