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. This week's set of missions, titled Spray and Pray, hasn't been released into the game yet, but did leak early.
Twitter user iFireMonkey — who has become well-known for datamining various Fortnite secrets — uncovered the list earlier today:
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:
Spray and Pray Missions:
- Deal damage with SMGs to opponents (0/500)
- Spray a Fountain, a Junkyard Crane, and a Vending Machine (0/1)
- Spray different Gas Stations (0/3)
- Find lost Spraycans (0/5)
- Deal damage to opponents structures with a Minigun (0/3,000)
- Eliminate opponents with an SMG less than 15m away (0/3)
- Search Chests at Tilted (0/7)
- Eliminations with an SMG in a single match (0/2)
- Search Chests inside containers with windows (0/5)
- Spray cars or trucks in different Named Locations (0/6)
- Visit graffiti covered billboards in a single match (0/2)
- Damage opponents with a Minigun (0/500)
- Eliminate opponents with an SMG less than 5m away (0/5)
- Eliminate opponents in Tilted with the Tilted Teknique outfit (0/5)
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!
- Where to find Lost Spraycans for the Spray and Pray Mission
- Where to find Gas Stations for the Spray and Pray Mission
The Spray and Pray missions will drop Thursday at 9:30 a.m. ET.
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