Fortnite's 4.2 update hits tomorrow, and Epic have just let slip that a new weapon variation will come as part of the patch. As usual, Epic Games adds in some challenges for players to do while trying to be #1 and claim victory over all others.
Aside from the normal search-and-find quests that have players looking through chests and following treasure maps to find hidden loot, the final two challenges that are also denoted as "hard" may give players more trouble. The second challenge is to consume seven (7) Hop Rocks.
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The lottery is used to determine the top three draft spots, while slots 4-14 are assigned on reverse order of record. So Williams and the Magic can use all the luck they can get their hands on Tuesday.
Fortnite's next series of Battle Star challenges have leaked ahead of their official reveal for Season 4's third week. You can see the dance in action in the video above. First up is to search between a Scarecrow, Pink Hotrod, and a Big Screen. This can easily be done by using a rocket launcher for grenades. Next up is to get three (3) explosive weapon kills. Last is to eliminate three (3) opponents in Tomato Town.
Currently, the hatch seems to disguise only a deep hole, as discovered by one Redditor attempting to solve the mystery by using the game's Replay function to look beneath it, but clearly Epic has something up it's sleeve for the locked shutter. This does indeed mean that it's possible to complete the Fortnite Week 3 challenges at any time before the end of the season.
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In addition, the compromise legislation is set to sunset after five years, unlike the initial proposal, which had no end date. The council would have needed an additional councilmember to change their no vote to a yes in order to prevent a veto.
In order to get through all the ranks all the way to 100, it will take some serious grinding, but the weekly challenges are the fastest way to boost through the tiers, offering bonus XP and battle stars.
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