A new set of Fortnite Season 5 Challenges arrive today, bringing with it more things to do and a amount number of XP to earn.
For those who don't know, or anyone joining the season late, here's how it works:
Each week players are handed seven Epic quests to complete, as well as one Legendary Quest.
Completing quests will earn players XP, with Epic quests handing out 22,000 XP and the Legendary quest offering a massive 55,000 XP.
New challenges on Fortnite go live at 9am EST/2pm GMT every Thursday.
Week 6 Challenges
This season Challenges have become Quests, as the season is focused around destroying things on the map.
Here are the week 6 challenges.
Epic Challenges are worth 20,000 XP each.
- Blow up Fishing Holes at Sharky Shell, Sweaty Sands, or Flopper Pond (3)
- Destroy Motorboats (3)
- Blow up Fishing Holes at Lazy Lake Island, Lake Canoe, and near Steamy Stacks (3)
- Catch Fish (7)
- Signal the Coral Buddies (1)
- Destroy Boats (7)
- Destroy Fishing Rod Barrels (7)
Week 6 Legendary Challenges
Here are the leaked Week 5 Legendary Quests:
Legendary Challenges are worth 55,000 XP for the first stage and 22,000 XP for each stage after, with a cosmetic reward if you finish all stages.
- Get Headshots (20, 40, 60, 80, 100)
Blow Up Fishing Holes At Sharky Shell, Sweaty Sands, or Flopper Pond
In Chapter 2 the fishing mechanic was introduced, allowing players to fish for weapons as well as Fish which can grant health and shield, as well as various other abilities such as being able to Rift or run faster.
Dotted around the map in most bodies of water are Fishing Holes, these randomly generate in a map and are spots that players can fish in.
Fishing Holes can also be blown up by using an explosive weapon such as a Grenade or Rocket Launcher.
When they are blown up they will instantly grant weapons and Fish that were hidden inside.
To complete this challenge players need to blow up Fishing Holes at Shark Shell (formerly The Shark), Sweaty Sands, and Flopper Pond.
Since there is no water in the location itself for Sharky Shell and Sweaty Sands, the challenge refers to the water surrounding it.
For Sharky Shell this is the water around the landmark, while Sweaty Sands is referring to the water where the beach is on the north side.
Flopper Pond is just south of Sweaty Sands and is a grey house with a pond in front of it.