Fortnite chapter 3 season 3 week 8 seasonal quests and challenges

It’s becoming increasingly clear that weekly challenges in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 aren’t as easy to complete as they have been in most previous Seasons. This trend now continues in Week 8 with brand new seasonal quests that ultimately test players’ knowledge of the map. Here are all the challenges from Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 Week 8.

All Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 Week 8 Challenges

Similar to previous weeks, this new group consists of seven challenges, each rewarding 15,000 XP. The Weekly Quests menu also grants players an additional 43,000 XP each time three new challenges are completed. So you should be able to jump up at least a few Battle Pass levels after completing all the quests.

Week 8’s challenges are no walk in the park, however, as most are more like puzzles than anything else. For example, one challenge requires you to track down the coolest person on the island, while another asks you to destroy multiple buildings at once with a Ripsaw Launcher. Below are all of the week 8 quests and their requirements.

  • Destroy five buildings with a single shot of the Ripsaw Launcher (0/1)
  • Make your opponents dance with Boogie Bombs (0/3)
  • Throw a fish into the water (0/1)
  • Damage an opponent with a weapon you get from fishing (0/1)
  • Deal explosive damage while looking away (0/1)
  • Find the coolest player on the island (0/1)
  • Damage an enemy with a vehicle within five seconds of honking (0/1)

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We’ll also link some of the harder challenges above with guides that should speed up your hunt for thousands of XP. In the meantime, these quests aren’t the only new content set to land in the battle royale. Those who head to the Item Shop should soon be prepared to see a skin for WWE star John Cena, as well as a bevy of his own cosmetics. Fortnite chapter 3 season 3 week 8 seasonal quests and challenges

Curtis Crabtree

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