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Fortnite Season 6 Week 2 challenges

FORTNITE Season 6 is underway which means a plenty of map changes and skins, but more importantly, a new Battle Pass and a fresh set of challenges.

This season players are working their way towards the tier-100 Dire Outfit, but what are the second week’s challenges and how do you solve them? Here’s all you need to know…


The leaked Week 2 challenges

What are the Fortnite Season 6 Week 2 Challenges?


  • Visit all of the Corrupted Areas (0/7)
  • Use a Shadow Stone in different matches (0/3)
  • Stage 1: Deal damage with standard Assault Rifles to opponents (HARD) (0/200)

Battle Pass

  • Eliminate an opponent at least 50M away (0/1)
  • Deal damage with pistols to opponents (0/500)
  • SMG eliminations (HARD) (0/3)
  • Stage 1: Deal damage with Hunting Rifles to opponents (0/200)

Remember, you can still do any of last week’s challenges that you’ve missed — so check out our guide to locating last week’s hidden loading screen Battle Star.

For the full list of Week 1 challenges including the locations for dancing under different Streetlight Spotlights, click HERE.

 The Purple circles highlight the seven corrupted areas players have to visit which are also each littered with shadow stones


The Purple circles highlight the seven corrupted areas players have to visit which are also each littered with shadow stones

What is Fortnite and does the video game have an age rating certificate?

Fortnite is an online video game set in a dystopian world where 98 per cent of Earth’s population suddenly disappears.

Living conditions have become unbearable and zombie-like creatures roam the Earth in this sandbox game where players are among the remaining two per cent fighting for survival.

After the apocalypse, “survivor bases” were set-up and each player is in charge of looking after these bases before trying to find a way to return Earth to normal.

Fortnite, certified for those aged 12 and over, also includes a mode called Battle Royale in which 100 online players are put in a battlefield to fight until death – when just one player remains.

 Fortnite's Week 1 loading screen


Fortnite’s Week 1 loading screen


How many children play Fortnite and why are their parents worried?

While there is no exact figure on how many children play the game, data collected up to late January showed 45million people playing Fortnite across PC, Xbox One and PS4.

Many parents are concerned about the harmful effects that the long playing duration and violent content is having on their children.

A thread on forum site Reddit summed up concerns with one parent saying the game “promotes strategic thinking” but their child has started to “slam doors when he used to be pretty laid back”.

In a This Morning poll asking if parents were worried about the effect the game had on their children, 59 per cent voted no as opposed to 41 per cent who said yes.

What is Fortnite?

  • Fortnite: Battle Royale is a version of Fortnite, a video game released by Epic Games in July 2017
  • The online game is set in a post-apocalyptic world, based around a battle for survival
  • Fortnite offers two distinct modes: player versus environment ‘Save the World’ and the more recent player versus player game Battle Royale
  • The game starts with 100 players leaping out of a plane on to a small island, fighting each other until no one is left
  • Fortnite has proved a massive hit with more than 3million kids
  • The game is free and kids can team up with a friend, a group of friends or compete as a duo or squad
  • Matches can last up to 20 minutes
  • Though it’s a multiplayer shooter, no graphic violence is depicted

How has Fortnite turned some players into celebrities?

Fortnite is one of, if not the most popular game streamed live on social media platform Twitch, according to stats from SullyGnome.

Tens of thousands of viewers log on to watch superstar players like Tyler “Ninja” Blevins play, Forbes reports.

Tyler is reported to make hundreds of thousands of dollars a month from his 100,000 Twitch subscribers.

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