Fortnite Season 7 Week 4 Challenges Potentially Leaked

Fortnite Season 7 Week 4 Challenges Potentially Leaked

Prepare for a challenge.

Fortnite is leakier than a barge made of Swiss cheese, but those leaks are invaluable for fans of Epic's enormous Battle Royale game. Unsurprisingly, leaks for Season 7 Week 4's challenges went up hours after Season 7 Week 3's challenges went live.

Fortnite Intel posted the leaks earlier today, but warned some data is missing. "Because of this, expect some significant changes once the Challenges are officially released," writes Fortnite Intel's Ethan Chrisp.

Here's what's been leaked of the Challenges, though the content is certainly subject to change:

Free Challenges

  • Stage 1: Destroy Chairs—1 Battle Star
  • Stage 2: Destroy Wooden Utility Poles—1 Battle Star
  • Final Stage: Destroy Wooden Palettes—1 Battle Star
  • Stage 1: Search the letter “O” west of Pleasant Park—1 Battle Star
  • Stage 2: Search the letter “S” in Wailing Woods—1 Battle Star
  • Stage 2: Search the letter “M” in Dusty Divot—1 Battle Star
  • Stage 2: Search the letter “N” under a frozen lake—1 Battle Star
  • Final Stage: Visit the NOMS sign in Retail Row—1 Battle Star
  • (?) Pickaxe Damage—10 Battle Stars

Battle Pass Challenges

  • Eliminate opponents at all Expedition Outposts—? Battle Stars
  • (?) Eliminations at Happy Hamlet or Pleasant Park—? Battle Stars
  • Launch (?) Fireworks—? Battle Stars
  • Use an X-4 Stormwing Plane in (?) different matches—? Battle Stars

There's no word on when Week 4 of Fortnite's season 7 challenges goes live, but we'll keep you in the loop. In the meantime, we have a guide for Fortnite season 7 week 3, as well as tons of general Fortnite guides outlining tips and hints for season 7.

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Nadia Oxford

Staff Writer

Nadia has been writing about games for so long, only the wind and the rain (or the digital facsimiles thereof) remember her true name. She's written for Nerve, About.com, Gamepro, IGN, 1UP, PlayStation Official Magazine, and other sites and magazines that sling words about video games. She co-hosts the Axe of the Blood God podcast, where she mostly screams about Dragon Quest.

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