Week 6 of the eighth season of Fortnite kicked off earlier today, tempting players with XP in exchange for completing at least four of the seven new challenges. As usual, the challenges this week are split between three free challenges that everyone can partake in with the final four unlocked for those who have purchased the season 8 Battle Pass. One such free challenge tasks players with finding five of the highest points of elevation in Fortnite.
With this week 6 challenge, players will need to reach and stand on five of the highest points on the Fortnite Battle Royale map. While this can be done in the same match, players will likely have a much easier time finishing this challenge across multiple matches instead. Of course, players should expect some resistance from other players in the match as this is a free challenge, so everyone else will likely be attempting this as well.
The five highest points on the Fortnite map are:
While Fortnite continues to have success even with strong opposition from rival games like Apex Legends, the past couple of weeks have not been smooth for Epic Games. It began with Ninja, one of the most popular Fortnite streamers currently out there, threatening to abandon the game if Stream Sniping isn’t something that Epic Games takes more dedicated action against.
If being called out by one of your biggest supporters wasn’t bad enough, the official Fortnite Twitter account was hacked earlier today with messages from the new owner telling Epic to revert the changes made in the most recent update. Specifics weren’t given, but the hacker is likely targeting the controversial siphoning changes, basically removing it from the new Arena mode.
Fortnite is available now in early access for Android, iOS, PC, PlayStation 4, Switch, and Xbox One.