Fortnite season 6 week 6 challenges: how to solve them

Epic Games has just revealed a diverse set of challenges for Week 6 of Fortnite Season Six.

This week includes plenty of challenges where locations need to be researched, as well as challenges of dealing damage and taking out opponents and some really unique ones that haven’t been featured widely in the game before.

Fortunately, Forbes has revealed the secrets to taking on the new Fortnite challenges again.

Here’s a look at all of the Fortnite Season 6 Week 6 challenges and how to solve them.

Elimination, item searches and more are on the agenda for week 6 of the Fortnite season 6 challenges

Elimination, item searches and more are on the agenda for week 6 of the Fortnite season 6 challenges

The following challenges have been implemented in the game:

Free challenges

Place coolers in different matches (0/3)

Search for a chest in different named locations (0/7)

Shotgun Eliminations (0/3) (HARD)

Battle Pass challenges

Deal damage with a pickaxe to opponents (0/250)

Stage 1: Land at Shifty Shafts (0/1)

Stage 1: Elimination with a common weapon (0/1)

Step 1: Find a booth with sheet music in Pleasant Park (0/1) (DUR)

Place coolers in different matches

This is a fairly simple and straightforward challenge that just involves placing coolers on the map.

Players don’t even have to hit enemy players with them, making this a quick and easy challenge that can be completed as soon as some coolers are acquired.

Search for a chest in different named locations

This is another simple and self-explanatory challenge that can be done over the course of multiple matches.

Just head to named locations on the map, watch for chests, and search for them as soon as you find them.

Shotgun eliminations

Although considered a “hard” challenge, this one is also fairly straightforward. Players must search for shotguns and try to ambush their opponents in buildings for quick kills or get into a hidden position on the map and detonate any unlucky opponent who gets too close.

Deal damage with a pickaxe to opponents

Dealing damage to opponents with a pickaxe in the game will be a long and risky task.

For best results, it is best not to attempt this challenge in solo matches, but rather in 50v50, duo and team matches.

Stage 1: Land at Shifty Sands

This challenge is also fairly straightforward, as players can polish it at the start of the match by simply landing at the Shifty Sands location.

During their stay, they can also complete other challenges, including finding chests.

Step 1: Elimination with a common weapon

This multi-stage challenge starts with taking out opponents with a common weapon and progressively progresses to rack up kills with Uncommon, Rare, Epic, and Legendary weapons.

The best way to complete the first stage is to collect a common weapon, eliminate an opponent as soon as possible with it, and progress through the chain of new challenges steadily.

Step 1: Find a booth with sheet music in Pleasant Park

The first step in a four-part challenge, the sheet music can be a bit difficult to find.

It’s actually located in the north-central part of Pleasant Park in the first Halloween decorated house.

The partition itself is on the lower level, although the poor lighting of the building can make it difficult to spot at first.

After completing the challenge, be sure to complete the entire match to ensure your progress has been saved. Once the first step is completed, the second step can be completed.

What is Fortnite?

Fortnite is a Free-to-Play Action Shooter video game developed and published by Epic Games which has a player base of approximately 125 million people worldwide.

The game was originally released in July 2017, although its popular battle royale mode was introduced several weeks later, in September 2017. The game mode features intense 100-player matches that mixes a traditional shooter with survival elements and fort building games.

Fortnite is currently available to play on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows, MacOS, iOS, and Android.

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