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Fortnite Catastrophic Missions: Week 5 challenges leaked

Published: 28/Aug/2019 8:42 Updated: 28/Aug/2019 9:03

by David Purcell


A brand new set of ‘Catastrophic’ limited time missions are coming to Fortnite Season 10 for Week 5 and the full list of challenges have been leaked. 

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As seasoned veterans of the battle royale game will already know, Epic Games have shuffled the pack for their landmark tenth season and introduced a number of limited time missions on a weekly basis, with some incredible rewards to pick up for free. 

Week 5 will be no different, either, and if a leak from Lucas7Yoshi is to be believed, they look pretty simple to complete. 

Epic GamesA new loading screen reward has also been leaked for Fortnite’s Season 10, Week 5 challenges.
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The dataminer revealed a whole host of new details following the release of the v10.20 patch on August 27, including the new set of Catastrophic challenges. 


Whether you think the name is a fitting description for the challenge list or not is another matter, but once again there’s a whole load of XP, Battle Stars and a brand new loading screen – which has also been leaked – up for grabs. 

It very much looks like a nuclear symbol too, but we can’t be sure about what that represents just yet, as they’re not officially confirmed by Epic Games at the time of writing.

Lucas7YoshiFortnite Week 5 ‘Catastrophic’ limited time challenges have been leaked.
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As seen in the challenge list above, players are going to need to visit a few different points of interest in order to complete the missions, and get eliminations from both short as well as long range. 


With the huge Fortnite and Borderlands crossover being announced with the game’s August 27 update, many players might be surprised to not see some Mayhem related objectives here, but that’s because there’s a whole other Welcome to Pandora challenge list for players to grind their way through. 

These limited time tasks, as has been the case in recent weeks, tend to be a lot simpler than others.