One of our favorite challenges from Season 5 of Fortnite Battle Royale, which asked players to ‘Shoot a Clay Pigeon at different locations’, has returned for Week 8 of Season 6 with slightly different wording.
Various clay pigeon, or skeet shooting, locations were added to the map after the release of the V5.10 patch back in July 24 and they were soon included in a challenge. Now, they’re being used again for an identical challenge.
This time around, players are required to ‘Get a score of 3 on different Clay Pigeon Shooters’, so it should be slightly more difficult. You’ll need to visit a total of three clay pigeon shooters in order to complete the challenge.
If you’re not already aware of where the clay pigeon phooters can be found, we’ve put together a simple map that should help you out. Simply visit any three of the locations marked and get a score of three at each one.
This challenge is more about timing than precision, so try to focus on a specific area in the pigeon’s trajectory and time each shot.
Just stand next to the Clay Pigeon machine and activate it. We’d advise using a shotgun!
This particular challenge is worth a total of five Battle Pass stars. Completing challenges is the quickest way of levelling up through the various Battle Pass tiers and earning the plethora of cosmetic items associated with those tiers.
Once you’ve completed all seven of this week’s challenges, a bonus ‘Hunting Party’ challenge will be unlocked, allowing you to find a hidden Banner in a secret location and earn a free level up.
Fortnite Crew membership allows players to get the Battle Pass, V-Bucks, exclusive skins and other monthly benefits for a set price. The list of rewards will update each month, but it’s made a promising start to kick off Season 5.
Epic Games have confirmed that the new system will come into action alongside the game’s first major update of Season 5. Instead of having to purchase individual skins from the Fortnite Item Shop like usual, the developers are offering guaranteed rewards to Crew members that cannot be obtained any other way.
Monthly subscriptions have been all the rage since Netflix rose to prominence, but now many major players in the gaming world have followed suit. Xbox has its Ultimate Game Pass, for example, and now Fortnite’s creators have come up with their own.
Let’s run through what’s included.
Fortnite Crew membership price and start date
One of the most important factors in a player making up their mind about buying Fortnite Crew will be the price. The full price list can be seen below, for various currencies:
This looks to be pretty reasonable, if you consider the Battle Pass is usually $9.50 anyway. Aside from that, it’s also worth noting that the Fortnite Crew membership won’t be available until December 2, which is when Season 5 launches.
What’s included? (December 2020)
The Fortnite Crew outfit pack for December will include skins and cosmetics unobtainable in any other way.
According to an official blog post from Epic Games, the Fortnite Crew membership will include the following:
Fortnite Season 5 Battle Pass
An exclusive monthly Crew Pack
1,000 V-Bucks each month
These rewards will vary from month to month in terms of what’s included in the skin pack, though based on how obsessive the community has become over skins and cosmetics, it will likely be a popular event to open it each time.
The Fortnite Crew rewards will differ slightly month on month, in terms of what’s included in the Outfit Pack.
Epic Games have confirmed all you have to do, once you’re all signed up, is log into your Primary Platform each monthly subscription period to access your subscription content. This will vary from month to month in terms of what’s included, though generally the V-Bucks and Battle Pass will be guaranteed.
Is it cross platform?
In a series of frequently answered questions, Epic Games have confirmed a player’s Crew account will only work for their primary platform. For example, if you sign up for the Crew on Xbox One or Series X|S, it won’t carry over to PlayStation 4/5.
On the subject, they have said: “Your Subscription is associated with the platform on which you purchased it (your “Primary Platform”) until it is canceled and is not transferable. Be sure to choose the platform (e.g., Xbox, PlayStation, Switch) you purchase your Subscription on carefully. You’ll be able to access the items you receive from the Subscription across different platforms, but the V-Bucks you receive may not be redeemable on other platforms.”
We will update this every month and add new details about Fortnite Crew rewards, as and when that information is made available.