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Full Cheat Sheet Map and Locations for Fortnite Battle Royale Season 4 Week 6 Challenges

Published: 7/Jun/2018 15:55 Updated: 26/Jul/2018 12:04

by Ross Deason

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The Fortnite Battle Royale challenges for Week 6 of Season 4 have been released and this cheat sheet should help you complete them all in no time at all.

The Fortnite Battle Royale Battle Pass, which costs 950 V-Bucks, allows you to earn and unlock various new items, cosmetics, emotes, and more by leveling up through 100 tiers and gaining XP.

One of the best ways of speeding things up is to complete the list of challenges that are released on a weekly basis and earn you a significant XP boost compared to what you get in an average match.

Week 6 of Season 4 started on June 7th and, as always, Epic Games released seven new challenges which range from dealing damage with shotguns to spray painting over posters of Carbide and Omega.

While some of the challenges are more difficult, or take longer, than others, they should all be possible for anyone that is willing to put the time into the game.

One tool that will help you complete the challenges as quickly as possible is the cheat sheet that Twitter user @thesquattingdog releases on a weekly basis. The Week 6 Cheat Sheet can be found below:

For more detailed instructions on how to complete some of the individual challenges, you can check out some of our guides below:

The full list of challenges for Season 4, Week 6 is as follows:

  • Search Supply Drops (3)
  • Deal damage with Shotguns to opponents (1000)
  • Search Chests in Loot Lake (7)
  • Spray over different Carbide or Omega Posters (7)
  • Search between a Playground, Campsite and a Footprint [HARD] (1)
  • SMG Eliminations  [HARD] (2)
  • Eliminate opponents in Retail Row (3)
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Fortnite players demand broken “pay to lose” Baby Yoda back bling is fixed

Published: 18/Jan/2021 16:42

by Daniel Megarry

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Fortnite players have discovered a bug that’s rendering their Baby Yoda aka The Child back bling cosmetic useless, as it stops them from being able to aim properly.

Season 5 of Epic Games’ hit battle royale introduced a major crossover when The Mandalorian made his way onto The Island. As well as a skin, a glider, and Beskar armor, there’s also a Baby Yoda back bling for players to unlock.

Claiming the Baby Yoda back bling is no easy feat, as players need to reach Level 100 of their Battle Pass to be able to carry the adorable Grogu on their back. This means plenty of grinding and weekly challenges to earn that all-important XP.

Now that Fortnite Season 5 has been out for a while, players are slowly starting to unlock the Baby Yoda back bling, but many of them are facing disappointment upon learning that their hard-earned reward is broken.

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Fortnite and The Mandalorian have crossed paths in Season 2 Chapter 5.

Fortnite’s Baby Yoda back bling is broken

In a Fortnite subreddit thread which has gained over 10k upvotes, Reddit user SweggyBoi highlighted the issue at hand: When you have Baby Yoda equipped, you can’t see where you’re aiming at all as it blocks more than half of the screen.

The problem seems to occur when the player enters and exits a car, causing Baby Yoda to become static. This is likely because the back bling hovers behind the player, rather than resting directly against their back as capes and backpacks do

You can see the moment where Baby Yoda blocks the player’s screen in Fortnite below. SweggyBoi and a number of other Reddit users have called on Epic to acknowledge and fix the problem.

You can’t see where you’re aiming at all when using The Child pet sometimes, either make him see-through when aiming or move him more to the left, please get this to the frontpage so Epic Games can see this. from FortNiteBR

Of course, an easy fix for this problem would be to simply not use the Baby Yoda back bling. But when most players have spent real money on the Battle Pass and dedicated hours of gameplay to unlocking the cosmetic, their frustration is understandable.

“How the f**k did this pass playtests?” asked one Reddit user, while another added: “The view truly is awful with bulky skins and back blings. This one is super extreme though. Hope we just get some FOV settings finally so we can use more skins without having half the screen blocked.”

Others highlighted a different problem with Fortnite’s Baby Yoda back bling: “Because it sticks so far out from your back, when you’re hiding it either clips through the wall or shows around the corner.”

While the recent customizable superhero skin controversy resulted in players accusing Epic of supporting “pay to win” cosmetics, the Baby Yoda back bling is being jokingly referred to as “pay to lose” as it’s actually hindering players’ performance.

Hopefully, Epic Games will issue some sort of fix for this problem in the near future.