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Fortnite Wolverine Week 2 challenge guide & reward

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Challenges Here’s where to find Wolverine’s Fortnite loading screen and how it will look in-game Published 21 hours agoon September 2, 2020 Fortnite Season 4 Week 2 is here, bringing a batch of new challenges to help carry us through the Battle Pass. As has been the case with the past couple of Fortnite Seasons,…
Fortnite Wolverine Week 2 challenge guide & reward

Challenges

Here’s where to find Wolverine’s Fortnite loading screen and how it will look in-game

Published 21 hours agoon September 2, 2020

Fortnite Season 4 Week 2 is here, bringing a batch of new challenges to help carry us through the Battle Pass. As has been the case with the past couple of Fortnite Seasons, we’ll be progressing the challenges for the Season 4 Secret skin at the same time. The not-so-secrets skin for Season 4 is, of course, Wolverine.
This week, we’ll need to find an image of the Wolverine loading screen in-game. These can be found at the Quinjet landing sites, as you’ll see in the challenge description.
To find the loading screen, all you need to do is wait for the Quinjet ships to appear on your map, land at one of them, eliminate the bots, and walk into the ship. You’ll be able to complete this challenge while also looking for SHIELD chests for your weekly, as well.
The reward for this challenge is, predictably, the Wolverine “Adamantium Slash” loading screen. This is just a taste of what we’ll be getting when Wolverine finally comes into the game.

We’re only speculating, here, but we have a hunch that Wolverine had something to do with the mass grave of Sentinels that we see on one of the mountains. Hopefully, we’ll find out more about what happened when Epic release the teaser for his skin.
Once you finish this challenge, you’re all set until next week. If you’re still searching for Wolverine’s mysterious claw marks, you can take a look at our guide here.
We’re still a few weeks away from Wolverine coming out, so procrastinators don’t have to worry about the challenge for now. As we said, however, there’s a weekly challenge that involved visiting the Quinjet locations, so you can kill two birds with one… Adamantium claw. Good luck!

Guides

How to search SHIELD chests at Quinjets for your Fortnite Season 4 Week 2 challenges.

Published 18 mins agoon September 3, 2020

The Fortnite Season 4 Week 2 challenges are live, which means we can progress our Battle Pass levels and unlock the new style for Jennifer Walters and She-Hulk! If you haven’t completed the Jennifer Walters Awakening challenges, you can take a look at our full guide here.
The weekly challenges are relatively easy, this week, with only a few of them requiring a guide. We have to visit Steel Bridges, for instance, but longtime Chapter 2 players are no strangers to this challenge. We’ve done it at least three times this chapter. One challenge that may require a bit more of an explanation is “Search SHIELD chests inside Quinjets.”

A new mechanic that Epic added to Season 4 was the Quinjet landing sites. The ships land in four locations each match. Although they don’t seem to be completely randomized spawn locations – they stay the same for a day or two – the ships shuffle every now and then. You’ll be able to identify them by the white marker on your map.
The ships tend to spawn in each region on the map, but they don’t land right away. You should hang out on the bus or in the air while waiting to see where they end up. After that, all you need to do is float down and grab a SHIELD chest.

This task might sound a bit easier than it actually is. There are Stark Tech robots patrolling these areas, and they don’t care if you haven’t gotten a gun, yet. You can rush to these chests and get a weapon or pickaxe a bot – but be careful.
You need to grab seven of these chests to complete the challenge, which is why Epic recommend that you do this with a team.
Still – unless you visit each of the Quinjet locations in one match and none of them have been hit – this is going to take a few matches to finish. Hopefully, it will be a bit faster with this guide. Good luck!

Challenges

Take a look at the dog toy locations, steel bridge locations, Quinjet landing sites, and everything else you need to know for the Fortnite Season 4 Week 2 challenges.

Published 22 hours agoon September 2, 2020

The second week of Fortnite Season 4 is here, which means a batch of new challenges to get you closer to unlocking your favorite Battle Pass hero. The challenges for this week are relatively standard and will have us searching chests, eliminating players, and other typical activities.
Here’s a look at all of the challenges for Fortnite Season 4 Week 7. Most of them are straightforward:

  • Search 7 Chests at Salty Springs
  • 3 Eliminations at The Authority
  • Dance on top of 3 different Sentinel heads at the Sentinel Graveyard
  • Destroy 7 boats at Craggy Cliffs
  • Bounce on 4 different dog toys at the Ant Manor
  • Ride a Motorboat under 3 different colored steel bridges
  • Search 7 S.H.I.E.L.D. Chests inside Quinjets

Most of these challenges are easy to complete – so long as you know where you’re headed. We have a separate guide for completing the SHIELD chest challenge, which you can find here. Apart from that, however, these challenges are all about finding where to go.

Here’s a map of all of the challenge locations for Season 4 Week 2. We left the Quinjet landing spots off of the list because the periodically move, but the rest of these locations will be in the same spot whether you’re searching for these challenges when they release or are cramming at the end of the season.
If you’re worried about jumping on dog toys at Ant Manor, don’t be. There are nearly a dozen toys scattered around this small POI in the form of tennis balls and rubber bones. One visit to Ant-Man’s doghouse will give you enough to finish the challenge.
After that, you should be all set. Onto week 3 and some more Awakening challenge. If you’re trying to unlock She-Hulk, take a look at our Awakening guide here!

Glitches

This broken Fortnite strategy lets you and your team spam Doom’s Gauntlets an unlimited number of times.

Published 1 day agoon September 2, 2020

By now, every Fortnite player knows that Season 4 brought us a Marvel theme along with a new set of Mythic hero abilities. These abilities look to be the central theme of the new season, with new abilities set to be added over the course of the coming weeks.
These items are a blast in core Fortnite modes. Rolling around in a Baller and throwing a ball of energy into a box is good, clean fun – the type of fun that we look for in Fortnite. As we’ve heavily covered, however, these items are not meant for competitive Fortnite modes.

Despite the developers seeming to only consider public modes while balancing these mythic abilities, they remain in competitive playlists. If there’s a way to abuse a particular mechanic about an item or weapon, competitive and pro players are going to find it – it’s the nature of any competitive game.
We’ve already talked about one of the OP strategies involving Silver Surfer’s board, but this one might be worse. Competitive players recently learned that the cooldown on these hero abilities are bound to a player. In trios, this means that players can spam Doctor Doom’s abilities, drop them, and let their teammates have at it.

Just look at what Clix, MackWood, and Calc did to their opponents in a game of pro scrimmages. You’ll even hear Calc say, “This is low-key so f***ed up, not even gonna lie.” He’s right. It is, but players are going to do it as long as it’s possible. It’s on Epic to disable these items or change their mechanics.

When you watch clips like these, it’s clear that Epic didn’t balance these abilities with competitive Fortnite in mind. If this is what’s possible with the first batch of abilities, what broken strategies will the next group bring?

Our answer to this problem is simple: remove mythic abilities from competitive modes. There’s no reason that competitive players should be running around with exclusive items that only one team in each lobby can have. Hopefully, Epic take a stance on these items before the FNCS begins.

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