Fortnite Season 9 Week 10 challenges leaked on Twitter
Epic Games has always managed to provide regular updates and in-game events for Fortnite game. This is a real reason for the success of the game. Fortnite Season 9 is currently underway, and we are approaching Week 10 of this season.
This also means that Fortnite Season 10 is about to start in just a few weeks from now. It will be really interesting to see what new elements will be added in the next season of Fortnite. Players are already excited to learn about the theme for the upcoming season, which will be revealed soon in the coming days.
Before that, we have to run through the remaining weeks of Fortnite Season 9. Coming into Week 10, the popular Fortnite leaker and data miner ‘Lucas7yoshi‘ has once again leaked the challenges for Week 10 of Fortnite Season 9.
Each week Epic Games releases two sets of challenges for players – one for free users and the second for battle pass owners. Free challenges can be played by any user while battle pass challenges are only available to battle pass owners. Battle pass for Fortnite game cost 950 V-Bucks.
Fortnite Season 9 Week 10 Challenges
Now let us have a look at the leaked challenges that have been leaked by the Twitter user and leaker ‘Lucas7yoshi’.
Fortnite Season 9 Week 10 Free Challenges
– Use an Air Strike in (3) different matches – 5 Battle Stars
– (500) Damage to opponents with Shotguns – 5 Battle Stars
– Search (7) Ammo Boxes in a single match – 10 Battle Stars
Fortnite Season 9 Week 10 Battle Pass Challenges
Visit (5) different public service announcement signs in Neo Tilted, Pressure Plant, or Mega Mall – 5 Battle Stars
Stage 1/3: Collect (100) Wood from a Pirate Ship or Viking Ship – 2 Battle Stars
Stage 2/3: Collect (100) Stone from a Fork Knife or Umbrella – 2 Battle Stars
Stage 3/3: Collect (100) Metal from a Robot Factory – 1 Battle Star
(200) Damage to opponents with a Pickaxe – 5 Battle Stars
The challenges for Week 10 of Fortnite are expected to go live on Thursday, 11 July 2019. However, all of this should be taken with a grain of salt as these are leaked challenges which may change.
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