Fortnite: Battle Royale’s season seven, week two challenges are now available for all players. You’ll revisit Sheet Music, open chests, and compete in a dance-off in a mansion.
There are three free challenges available to all players and four extra tasks for those who own the Battle Pass. Completing them will award players 5,000 XP and Battle Stars to rank up their Battle Pass tiers and get closer to unlocking that tier 100 outfit, The Ice King.
Check out the full list of challenges below.
|Search a Chest in different Named Locations (0/7)||5 Battle Stars|
|Damage opponents with different types of weapons (0/5)||5 Battle Stars|
|Eliminate opponents in Snobby Shores or Fatal Fields (0/3)||10 Battle Stars|
Battle Pass Challenges
|Stage 1: Visit Snobby Shores and Pleasant Park in a single match (0/2)|
Stage 2: Visit Dusty Divot and Lonely Lodge in a single match (0/2)
Stage 3: Visit Frosty Flights and Tomato Temple in a single match (0/2)
|5 Battle Stars|
|Play the Sheet Music on the pianos near Pleasant Park and Lonely Lodge (0/2)||5 Battle Stars|
|Compete in a Dance Off at an abandoned mansion (0/1)||10 Battle Stars|
|Eliminate an opponent from at least 50m away (0/1)||10 Battle Stars|
These free challenges can be completed just by naturally playing the game. Drop on any area in the map that has a name and open chests there to gradually complete the first challenge. If you choose to go to Snobby Shores or Fatal Fields, you can use the weapons you find in those chests to complete the other two challenges of dealing damage and eliminating opponents.
The Battle Pass challenges might take longer to complete. First you’ll have to find and play Sheet Music in Pleasant Park and Lonely Lodge, which should be easy once you find both.
Competing in a dance off at an abandoned mansion refers to the dance floor in the basement of the mansion southeast of Lonely Lodge. Go there with other players and dance to complete this challenge.
Visiting Snobby Shores and Pleasant Park in a single match will develop into visiting two areas that are close to each other in single matches. If you want to do it safely, focus on dropping near these areas, surviving, and then visiting them all. Or just demolish every player who drops in these areas until you own them.
Finally, eliminating an opponent that is 50 meters away might be tough. You never know how far you are from your opponents, but if they’re very far away and you have a sniper, it’ll be a good attempt. You can complete this challenge with any weapon, though. Remember that most weapons have damage falloff with range.
Once you complete all of the challenges, you’re ready to get this week’s secret Battle Star.