The wait for Fortnite Battle Royale's Overtime challenges is finally over as Epic Games have released the final set of tasks for Season 8, with some amazing rewards up for grabs - including new skin styles, increased XP, and more.
The Overtime challenges tend to commence near the end of each Fortnite season but have come slightly later this time around, meaning that there are slightly less tasks for players to grind their way through than in Season 7.
There are a total of nine challenges, three of which are exclusive to Season 8 Battle Pass owners and the completion of each will result in three new outfits, for some very popular skins included in the bundle. Subscribers will have the chance to unlock new looks for Sidewinder, Ember, and Master Key.
As mentioned earlier, with Season 9 on the horizon, players are not going to have a whole lot of time to pace their way through these challenges.
The new season is expected to kick off on May 9 and if we've learned anything from Fortnite since its September 2017 release, it's that we should expect a whole lot of new content to land around that time.
The Overtime rewards offer a total of 6,000 XP players for their season level, which could be a huge boost for players who don't have too many Battle Stars racked up. On that note, Epic switched out the Battle Star for a hidden banner in Fortnite's Week 10 Discovery challenge, which you can find using our guide.
Nevertheless, if you would like to skip over that and head right for the Overtime challenges, the full list can be found below:
There has been a lot of speculation surrounding the start and end times for both Season 9 and Season 10 for quite some time, with supposed leaked information suggesting that the Fortnite World Cup finals would start at the beginning of the latter.
This sent shock waves right throughout the professional player community, as they potentially wouldn't have time to get to grips with new content before jumping into the most important matches of the competition.
However, those rumors have since been debunked by Epic Games, who have since confirmed that the World Cup finals will take place in Season 9.
With Season 9 just around the corner, you will have to act fast if you're looking to complete the Overtime challenges in time - before the door slams shut and new challenges are released.
Article last updated on May 7, 2019 at 9:50 AM (EST).
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