Season X of Fortnite is here, and with it comes significant changes to the way players will be completing challenges. Instead of one week of challenges, players will now be completing missions, which are thematic objectives for those who have the Season X Battle Pass.
Instead of the typical seven challenges, players now have many more chances to earn Battle Pass stars, with two sets of challenges opening up this week. One of the sets - Rumble Royale - will have you heading into Fortnite's Team Rumble mode and completing objectives.
After you complete the challenges, you'll unlock the ability to do "Prestige Missions," which serve as harder versions of the original challenges but offer extra rewards. Thankfully, none of them are too hard, and you shouldn't be stuck on them for too long.
You can check out the full list of challenges below:
Royale Rumble Missions:
- Play matches of Team Rumble with at least one elimination (0/5)
- Win a match of Team Rumble (0/3)
- Assist teammates with eliminations in Team Rumble (0/20)
- Build structures with the X-Lord Outfit in Team Rumble (0/2)
- Damage opponents in a single match of Team Rumble (0/500)
- Eliminate opponents less than 5m away in Team Rumble (0/5)
- Search Supply Drops in Team Rumble (0/5)
- Eliminate opponents in a single match of Team Rumble (0/3)
- Eliminate opponents farther than 100m away in Team Rumble (0/3)
- Assist teammates with eliminations in a single match (0/5)
- Deal damage to opponents without respawning in a single match of Team Rumble (0/3)
- Search Chests with the X-Lord outfit in Team Rumble (0/20)
- Headshot damage in Team Rumble (0/1000)
- Search Supply Drops in a single match of Team Rumble (0/3)
As is the case every season, we'll have challenge guides ready for any challenges that might be extra difficult. In the meantime, head out and start collecting some XP and Battle Stars!
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