Fortnite 16.20 released last week bringing the next lot of challenges to the game.
Here is how to complete Complete the swimming time trial at Weeping Woods or Coral Castle in Fortnite.
Complete the Swimming Time Trial at Weeping Woods or Coral Castle
To complete this, players will need to complete a time trial at either Weeping Woods or Coral Castle.
This will appear once the week 6 challenges go live on April 22nd.
Players can start the trial by moving through the icon that was will appear on the map.
Weeping Woods will likely be the easiest one to do as it should start at the top of the river and follow the current down towards Slurpy Swamp.
We won't know exactly how to complete the challenge until it goes live, but this is our best prediction so be sure to check back on April 22nd for a guide on how to complete it easily.
Players only need to complete one of these to complete the challenge so pick whichever you'd prefer, Coral Castle will likely be less contested but Weeping Woods likely will be easier.
Check out the map below to see where each challenge will be.
Here are the Fortnite Season 6 week 6 Epic Quests:
- Open safes (3)
- Complete bounties (3)
- Reach max shields in different matches (3)
- Stay within 20m of a player for 3 seconds while wearing a prop disguise (3)
- Hit from 50m or greater with a bow (1)
- Complete the swimming time trial at Weeping Woods or Coral Castle (1)
- Visit Fancy View, Rainbow Rentals, and Lockie's Lighthouse (1)
Each Epic Quest is worth 24,000 XP, meaning that completing them all with net players 168,000 XP, or about two levels.
Here are the Season 6 week 6 Legendary Quests:
- Deal damage with Makeshift weapons (2500/5000/7500/10000/12500)
But, you need to be quick because the Legendary Quest will only be in the game for one week before disappearing.