How To Complete All Weekly Quests In Fortnite

A new Fortnite Season has started, which means there's a new Battle Pass and Bonus Rewards to unlock up to Level 200. Completing weekly quests makes this much easier since they'll all give you a considerable amount of experience points, so leveling up doesn't require so much grinding as it would otherwise.

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Chapter Three Season Two is going to be available until June 3, 2022, so you have until then to complete all weekly challenges that are released. These challenges will be accessible until the last day of the Season - there's no need to worry about them disappearing after a short time like some limited-time challenges.

Updated: April 22, 2022: We've updated this guide to add the new weekly quests! You can find everything you need to know just below.

Week One

The first week of the season is going to be a bit rough, building has been deactivated and won't be back until the next update when the next weekly quests will become available. Thankfully, since it's the start of the season, you should have plenty to do to distract you from this fact, such as unlocking all the new map locations and discovering every new mechanic in the game.

There are seven weekly quests for this first week and they're all worth 20,000 XP. There are also Season Bonus Goals which is extra XP that you'll get to complete a certain number of weekly quests. Tier One of the Season Bonus Goals requires you to complete two, four, and seven quests, each of these milestones is worth an extra 40,000 XP. This means that if you complete all weekly quests this week you'll get a total of 260,000 XP - three and a half Levels.

The Repair Torch is a Rare rarity item and can be often found as floor loot. To get through this task you'll have to fix 200 damage on a vehicle which is the maximum a Repair Torch can repair. If you want to get through this quest as fast as possible, what you should do is find a car and damage it yourself by shooting at it and then approach it with the Repair Torch and repair it.

Bars are reset once a new Season starts, so this challenge is a great incentive to start collecting bars and spending them right away. Collect 500 gold bars and spend them either by interacting with vending machines or NPCs.

Mantling is a new mechanic, it's sort of like Parkour and the animations are awesome. Tactical is also something new to the game. For this quest, you'll have to mantle up a structure within three seconds of sprinting. Just run up to a structure after sprinting and grab onto the ledge. Do this a total of three times to receive your reward.

IO Airships can now be found flying over POIs such as Tilted Towers, Rocky Reels, Command Cavern, the Daily Bugle, and Condo Canyon. Visit any of these airships and search three chests to get your XP. To make this task easier you can even access the computer on top of the airship that scans the place and reveals all nearby enemies and chests.

Wherever there's an IO Airship there's a Siege Cannon. While you're completing other quests on these ships you can go ahead and finish this one as well. All the IO Airships that Siege Cannon on top that you can launch yourself from. On the ground at these POIs there are also Siege Cannon that you can find.

Look towards a direction that doesn't have many structures or trees blocking the way so you can launch yourself 150 meters without hitting the ground.

With the IO Airships everywhere there are also OI Forces all over the map. Now they even teleport and get into tanks! You have to deal a total of 500 damage to these hostile AIs to complete this quest. You can progress in this quest slowly over a few matches or you can prepare yourself by shielding up and getting strong weapons and then striking at an IO Airship at full force.

The Drum Shotgun and the Combat SMG have been added to the game this Season and Epic wants you to give them a chance and try them out which is exactly why they're giving you some easy XP if you do so. All you have to do here is get your hands on these two weapons in the same match. You might want to pick a calm POI so you don't have to risk getting eliminated early on.

Week Two

The second week of challenges is here, so it's time to level up and earn some more Battle Stars. There are seven new challenges, which means that if you've completed all Week One missions you'll complete Tier Two of the Season Bonus Goals punch card and receive 120,000XP. Here are this week's quests:

It can be pretty difficult to get your hands on a tank early on in the game since everyone tends to try to get them as soon as they land. The easiest way to do this is to either enter a Team Rumble game (there are fewer players) or find one mid-game, then simply travel a distance of 300 meters.

Tactical sprinting is a new mechanic added this Season, if you're not sure how to do it, here's our guide on how to tactical sprint in Fortnite. Then, once you've mastered how to do it, equip a shotgun and deal a total of 200 damage to opponents. This can be harder to perform on players so you can try to do it on sharks or IO Guards since they're weaker targets and still count as opponents.

Exotic weapons can only be purchased from NPCs in specific locations and they're not cheap. Be sure to have some gold bars saved up before trying to complete this challenge. You can purchase Exotic weapons from characters in Camp Cuddle, Synapse Station, The Joneses, Sanctuary, The Daily Bugle, and the Launchpad landmark.

This quest is simple, you can even do it with a weapon you already have in your inventory if there's nothing else around. Drop a weapon, create some distance between you and the weapon, and then slide towards it and pick it up as you do this.

Week Three

Week three is here and there are seven new challenges to do. These quests aren't too difficult but they can take up more time than usual since you'll have to visit a couple of specific POIs and landmarks and collect loot that you won't be able to get if an enemy player gets there first.

There are NPCs in all POIs of the game as well as in some of the landmarks, their locations will appear as a speech bubble on your minimap. Approach the character and emote close to it, as long as you're not farther away than ten meters, you will complete the challenge.

There are only three types of foragables that will provide shields once consumed: coconuts, mushrooms, and slurp mushrooms. Coconuts, however, will first provide health if you're not at 100 HP.

There isn't a whole lot of loot at IO Outposts, so the best way to get these quests done is to visit the outposts that are far away from the Battle Bus trajectory since it's unlikely for them to get as many visits from opponent players.

Ascenders are vertical ziplines, that instead of taking you horizontally will help you get high up or down below. You will have to use one of the ascenders at Chonker's Speedway and Command Cavern.

Week Four

This week's challenges aren't too difficult and many of the quests can be completed in the same match since they don't require you to visit tons of different locations. You will have to get rid of some IO Guards and do some air time but there's nothing that should be too complicated. Here's what you'll have to do this week.

There are bounty boards all over the map, all you have to do is land as close to them as possible and then accept the bounty. You don't even have to complete the bounty for it to count. Here are bounty board locations on the Battle Royale map:

Thermal fish are Legendary rarity fish that give you a bit of health when consumed and also turn your vision to thermal vision for a few seconds. Since they're high rarity you might have a hard time catching one but you can often collect them from coolers. Camp Cuddle, Rocky Reels, and Chonker's Speedways are the POIs where you will be to find more coolers.

IO forces can be found in locations that have the IO Airships hovering over them, they will be in the blimps as well as on the ground and in the tanks before players get to them. Eliminate three IO forces in the same match to complete this quest.

Jetpacks have recently been unvaulted and put back in the game. For now, you can find them on IO Airships, they are stuck to the wall next to the doors that lead to the cannon and the giant rotating fans outside. All you have to do for this task is to travel a distance of 100 meters using a jetpack.

There are only two places where the Battle Bus spawns, Synapse Station and Sanctuary. If you manage to get ahold of it you will then have to visit three different gas stations. The easiest way to complete this challenge is to do it using Team Rumble since there are less players.

Week Five

Another Thursday means another set of Fortnite weekly quests. They're here and it's time to get through all of them. This week's missions are more focused than ever on the battle happening down on the Battle Royale island. Let's get down to business and help The Seven forces as they fight the Imagined Order.

Mantling is a new mechanic, you can take advantage of it to climb walls without having to build a ladder. It only works until about one and a half tiles in height but it's quite useful nonetheless. As soon as you see an opponent, mantle somewhere higher, even if it's only onto your own construction and shoot at them to cause damage. You can also use IO Guards and Loot Sharks to complete this.

The Heavy Sniper does 600 damage to any vehicle in the game. For this quest, you'll have to use it to shoot at a vehicle with opponents or players inside. The easiest way to do this is by doing it on tanks since they roam around the island and will always spawn with bots inside.

There are only two ways to survive a fall this high in the game, either by jumping off a zipline or jumping into water. Since there are so many IO Airships hovering above land and they have ziplines that lead up to them, you can do this by taking a zipline from up there and jumping down as soon as you enter it.

Battle locations show up as red on your map, instead of the POI's name being white. Visit a battle location with a Med Mist item in your inventory and spray forces that belong to The Seven to heal and help them in battle.

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