Fortnite Battle Royale players can start grinding their way through a brand new set of Zone Wars challenges as they have finally been activated in-game.
There have been a number of different challenge sets revealed for the game’s battle royale mode during the course of Season 10, but for those who like to play in Creative modes instead this is no doubt fantastic news.
The challenge list was previously leaked by data miner FireMonkey, so don’t worry if you think that you have seen these all before. That’s probably the reason why! Either way, fans appear to be delighted by the news and can get involved by diving straight into the mode.
Zone Wars is a creative game mode in Fortnite where players drop in with random weapons and battle against others until there’s only one left standing.
These have now, of course, been added to the game, along with a confirmed list of challenges and rewards for fans to take a look at. It was initially unclear as to when they would land, but just four days after the leak was first revealed, they were added to the title.
So, let’s take a look at the tasks you’re going to have to complete.
Fortnite Zone Wars challenges
- Play Zone Wars matches (x5)
- Get eliminations in Zone Wars matches (x10)
- Deal damage to opponents with Assault Rifles in Zone Wars (x1,000)
- Deal damage to opponents with Shotguns in Zone Wars (x1,000)
- Gain Health or Apply Shields in Zone Wars (x500)
- Build structures in Zone Wars (x250)
Fortnite Zone Wars rewards
Ahead of the Fortnite v10.40 update, a number of new skins and cosmetics were leaked ahead of time, some of which have now been confirmed to be included in the rewards for completing these challenges.
The two that have been directly linked to the Zone Wars challenges are the following back bling and spray – as seen below.
If you’re wondering how to play Zone Wars, simply jump into Fortnite and head over to the Zone Wars Creative LTMs. There are four different maps available to choose from, too.
There’s the Colosseum, Desert, Downhill River and the Vortex. Official descriptions and more information regarding these can be found in the v10.40 patch notes. Give them a try!Article last updated on September 27, 2019 at 10:25am (EST).