Fortnite Season 6 Week 2 and 3 Challenges Leak | Gaming News

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Fortnite is a ship so large that leaks are inevitable. After all, 6 had barely started before the first set of cosmetic leaks began, so it should be no surprise that the next set of weekly have already leaked. Although this had happened throughout  5, the sheer size of this weekly challenge is surprising itself.

Of course, before moving forward, it’s worth addressing that this is indeed a leak and should be taken with a healthy grain of salt. This Fortnite leaker is the same person who recently showcased the replay exploit that revealed what the moving island would do, so he should be given the benefit of doubt. According to this user, the following are leaks of the 2 and 3 challenges.

The free challenges for week 2 include visiting all 7 corrupted areas, using 3 shadow stones in different matches, and dealing damage in a staged challenge beginning with standard Assault Rifles. Battle Pass challenges for week 2 are eliminating an opponent at least 50 meters away, dealing damage with pistols, eliminating 3 opponents with SMGs, and dealing damage in a staged challenge beginning with Hunting Rifles.

For season 6 week 3 challenges, the free ones are to revive 5 players across different matches, to search chests in a staged challenge beginning with Lonely Lodge, and to ring a doorbell of a house with an opponent inside. The Battle Pass challenges include a staged challenge where beginning with players visiting Risky Reels and Wailing Woods in the same match, a hit a player with a Tomato challenge, a shooting gallery challenge, and a general elimination challenge.

It’s worth mentioning that any of these challenges could be changed prior to their week or could simply be acting as a placeholder. After all, several of these challenges require more time and skill than the simple, straightforward challenges of Season 6 Week 1.

Fortnite is available now in early access for iOS, Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. An Android beta is currently underway.

Source: Lucas7yoshi – Twitter

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