The challenges have been leaked for the fourth week of Season 8 in Fortnite Battle Royale, and here is everything you need to know to prepare for next week’s set of objectives.
As usual, data miners have found the upcoming challenges in game files and leaked them well in advance of their release.
Once again, the Week 4 set will include a total of seven challenges, three of which will be available to all players and four only to those who own the Season 8 Battle Pass.
As is the case pretty much every week, Week 4 will feature a challenge that is made up of multiple stages. The challenge will require players to visit five total named points-of-interest on the Fortnite map.
One of the challenges, for all players, is to deal damage to opponents while riding a vehicle – which may encourage players to step out of their Ballers and use others instead.
Here is the full list of the leaked Week 4 challenges, courtesy of @lucas7yoshi_, which was also confirmed by other sources after the set remained unchanged following Wednesday’s v8.11 update.
Leaked Challenges for Week 4 of Season 8
- Search for (2) Buried Treasure – 5 Battle Stars
- Launch yourself through (25) structures with a Pirate Cannon – 5 Battle Stars
- Get an elimination with a Scoped weapon and a Suppressed weapon – 10 Battle Stars
Battle Pass Challenges
- Eliminate (10) Opponents at Happy Hamlet or Pleasant Park – 1 Battle Star
- Stage 1/5: Land at Tilted Towers – 1 Battle Star
- Stage 2/5: Land at Junk Junction – 1 Battle Star
- Stage 3/5: Land at Retail Row – 1 Battle Star
- Stage 4/5: Land at Happy Hamlet – 1 Battle Star
- Stage 5/5: Land at Pleasant Park – 1 Battle Star
- Outlast (90) opponents in a single match – 10 Battle Stars
- Use The Baller in (5) different matches – 5 Battle Stars
The Week four challenges are expected to go live on Thursday, March 21 at 7 AM PT / 10 AM ET, likely following some sort of update on either Tuesday or Wednesday.
Keep in mind that the leaked challenges above are always subject to change between now and their release, although that hasn’t been the case on too many occasions in the past.