It’s Thursday, Loopers, and you know what that means: more Fortnite weekly challenges to get us closer to filling that battle card. We have seven more challenges this week, each paying 20,000 XP out of a total of 140,000 XP available to everyone. Some of these are simpler than others (lane, anyone?), while some require a bit more ingenuity if you want to get every bit of XP from Week 7.
Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 Week 7 Challenge
- Damage opponent with Repair Torch (5) – 20,000 XP
- Deal damage with a Striker Burst Rifle (200) – 20,000 XP
- Destroy turrets with Remote Explosives (1) – 20,000 XP
- Destroy buildings with the Cow Catcher (200) – 20,000 XP
- Disabling the tank by damaging the engine (1) – 20,000 XP
- Restore Seven Stolen Supplies at IO locations (3) – 20,000 XP
- Visit different named locations in a single match (5) – 20,000 XP
Repair the torch can be found all over the map, but a great place to look is near gas stations or Chonker’s Highway in the red toolboxes. All you need to do to hurt someone with a torch is get close to them and start burning the torch using the same button you use to shoot, and take 5x damage this way. You still get credits if they’re knocked down, so teaming up with a friend and using it on people you’ve knocked down is easier.
You can take care visit five named placesrehibilitate Seven Supplies Stolenand even potentially destroy 200 buildings with the Cow Catcher in one go if you’re lucky; we were able to get a Bull Catcher in Chonker’s Speed Track, attach it to one of the off-road Whiplashing on the track, then run through basically everything on the way to other objectives. The seven stolen supplies can be found at several points on the map, all relatively close to the named locations, so it should be easy to get those two at once.
Arrive damage the engine of the tank, which shoots large orange nets at the back of a tank. Tanks also don’t need to be occupier, so drop somewhere where a tank spawns like a Command Cavern or Rocky Reels, crouch behind the tank and start lighting that engine.
It won’t take too long, since the engine is much weaker than the rest of the tank. When the engine ignites and the tank’s cannon comes down, you’ll see a notification that you’ve completed the mission. Now that you’ve completed the weekly quests, make sure you’re interested Against and Star Wars Events mission.
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