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Fortnite Season 9: Week 9 challenges have been leaked

Published: 29/Jun/2019 10:02 Updated: 29/Jun/2019 10:27

by Marcus Banks

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Data miners have leaked the challenge list for the penultimate week of Fortnite Season 9 – here is what you’ll need to do to earn your battle stars.

Fortnite Season 10 is just around the corner, set for release on August 1, with plenty of rumors circulating as to what the theme of the next battle pass will after the upcoming ‘Cattus’ event.

In the meantime, players will need to focus on completing all of their Season 9 challenges in order to unlock the Tier 100 Vendetta skin and additional style challenges that comes with it. If you haven’t completed your week 8 challenges, use one of our useful guides to save yourself some time.

EPIC GAMESVendetta is the skin unlocked for reaching Tier 100 of the Battle Pass.

Data miner @Lucas7Yoshi has leaked exactly what challenges players will need to complete in the second to last week of the season.

As always, leaks are subject to change meaning the actual set could differ slightly to the ones found in the game files.

@LUCAS7YOSHI

Fortnite Season 9, Week 9 challenges

  • Use a Chug Jug or Chug Splash in 3 different matches – 5 Battle Stars
  • Visit a solar array in the snow, desert, and the jungle – 5 Battle Stars
  • Stage 1 of 5: Get an elimination with a Common rarity weapon – 2 Battle Stars
    Stage 2 of 5: Get an elimination with a Uncommon rarity weapon – 2 Battle Stars
    Stage 3 of 5: Get an elimination with a Rare rarity weapon – 2 Battle Stars
    Stage 4 of 5: Get an elimination with a Epic rarity weapon – 2 Battle Stars
    Stage 5 of 5: Get an elimination with a Legendary rarity weapon – 2 Battle Stars
  • Deal 500 headshot damage – 5 Battle Stars
  • Search 7 chests at Lazy Lagoon or Happy Hamlet – 5 Battle Stars
  • Eliminate 5 opponents in different Named Locations – 10 Battle Stars
  • Deal damage to an opponent within 10s of landing from a Volcano Vent – 10 Battle Stars

The week nine challenges are extremely elimination focused, meaning Team Rumble should be the easiest mode to complete them in the fastest possible time.

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Epic confirms Fortnite World Cup 2021 has been canceled

Published: 5/Dec/2020 5:55

by Alex Tsiaoussidis

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Epic Games has confirmed that they have “no plans” for any live events next year, including Fortnite World Cup 2021, all but canceling the event. It’s something many fans expected but still feared, even though most understand it’s necessary.

Fortnite’s competitive scene is one of many that have been rocked in 2020. It was something nobody anticipated or expected, at least, in terms of how severe an impact it would have on the world.

Unfortunately, we’re not out of the woods yet, and that means there’s still a spanner in the works. Epic Games has decided it’s still too risky to host live events anytime soon.

They’ve opted to cancel all live events in 2021, including the Fortnite World Cup. They laid it all out in their latest blog post.

Epic Games Fortnite World Cup Canceled 2021
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The Fortnite World Cup is the premier event in the Fortnite competitive scene.

“Our intent is to eventually hold global in-person tournaments again, but our priority for any such event is the health and safety of our players and staff,” they said. It’s a sentiment that other organizations have shared.

“With so much still unknown about what is practical and safe, we do not plan to hold in-person events in 2021, including a Fortnite World Cup,” they added. However, that doesn’t mean there won’t be any competitions at all.

“We will continue to provide online competitions throughout 2021 with the hopes that physical events, in some form, can return at some point in the future,” they said. 

It’s crazy to think that we might still be a year away from seeing LAN esports events again. However, it’s a sensible decision given the circumstances.

Epic Games Fortnite World Cup Canceled 2021
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Fortnite fans will need to wait at least another year before seeing a LAN tournament.

It’s bittersweet news for fans and players around the world. They’d love to see competitive LAN events in the Fortnite scene once again.

But at the same time, it’s good to know that Epic Games has everyone’s best interests at heart. They aren’t willing to risk anything, which is nice.