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Fortnite Season 2 Week 3 challenges and rewards leaked

by Connor Bennett
Epic Games

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Following the v12.10 update, the Fortnite challenges for weeks 3 and 4 have leaked – with the Deadpool challenges offering some pretty nice rewards. 

After the launch of Fortnite Chapter 2 back in October, fans were clamoring for the weekly updates and new content that helped propel the game to huge popularity prior to Chapter 2. 

They got their answer on March 3, as the v12.10 update dropped in the early hours of the morning, adding the previously teased Proximity Mines to the game, while Epic Games also addressed some bug fixes. As ever, data miners have been hard at work to show fans what else they can expect in the coming weeks, leaking skin, cosmetics, weapons, and challenges.

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The Fortnite challenges can be found at the all-new Challenge Table.

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Fortnite week 3 challenges

The leaked challenges for week 3, and even week 4, are the leaks we want to focus on here though. These new quests play into the theme of the new season, Top Secret, with them bearing the name of one of the new boss characters – TNTINA, according to leaker iFireMonkey

As you might expect, with these being TNTINA challenges, you will have to explore her side of the map near The Rig, as well as use some pretty hefty explosive weapons to deal damage across week 3.

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Fortnite week 4 challeneges

Week 4 is a similar story, however, players will seemingly have to head to more populated areas like The Agency, Sweaty Sands, and Risky Reels to tick off some of the challenges. 

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Fortnite Deadpool week 3 and 4 challenges

Aside from those missions, the Deadpool tasks for the weeks 3 and 4 have also surfaced amid all the leaks. Though, there are only two challenges for players to complete each week, so it should be pretty simple to check them off. 

Though instead of being rewarded with lots of XP to level up, completing the Deadpool challenges will land players with new cosmetics in the form of a Back Bling and unique spray. 

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Of course, this type of leak have proven to be reliable and correct in the past, but Epic Games could very well tweak things before they go live in-game. 

We’ll just have to wait and see if the developers stick to the guns. If not, everyone can get a headstart by knowing what they’ll need to do.