The Fortnite challenges for Season 5 Week 13 go live this afternoon. We already have all the challenges for you.
The Fortnite Season 5 Week 13 challenges are on their way to Fortnite.
While the Fortnite Week 12 challenges were all about water, this week we'll have a few locations to check out, damage, crystals to destroy, and fruit to throw.
You get 20,000 XP for each challenge you complete, which should quickly boost you to the end of the Battle Pass.
Fortnite Season 5 Week 13 Challenges
The challenges were announced ahead of time by some leakers and of course we will share them with you. Here's what to do in Season 5, Week 13:
- Scan a server at a Surface Hub (1)
- Throw fruit at Hunter’s Haven (3)
- Damage opponents at Hunter’s Haven, The Orchard, Retail Row (300)
- Pistol Damage (300)
- Bathe in the Purple Pool at Steamy Stacks (1)
- Enter the Zero Point (1)
- Destroy Crystal Trees (5)
As the Week 13 challenges have not yet been published, we are not sure where the Surface Hub is located. As soon as this information is available, we will create a detailed guide for you.
However, the rest of the challenges this week are pretty straightforward. In most cases, you'll need to visit locations on the map. Land at Hunter's Haven and push your enemies to deal damage. The best way to do this is with a pistol, so you can also do the pistol damage right away. While you are there, you can also throw some fruit. This way you kill three birds with one stone.
Crystal trees are mainly found in the sandy area in the middle of the map. Believe it or not, the crystal trees look like trees made of crystals.... heh. Destroy five of them to complete the challenge.
Unless you started playing Fortnite yesterday, you should also know where the pool with the purple water is located at Steamy Stacks.
The zero point is in the middle of the map. It's this huge, electrically charged sphere that floats around above the map. Simply head for it as soon as you have jumped out of the Battle Bus. You get 100 shields from it, which is a nice little side effect.
Original article by EarlyGame's Alisa Eiber.