The second set of free Fortnitemares challenges is now available in Fortnite: Battle Royale | Dot Esports

The second set of free Fortnitemares challenges is now available in Fortnite: Battle Royale

Prepare to shoot ghost decorations and Cube Monsters.

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Fortnite: Battle Royale’s Halloween-themed event, Fortnitemares, began earlier this week. It introduced new Cube Monsters to the game and gave the in-game map a much more spooky feeling.

But this event also brought with it a bunch of free challenges for players to work toward completing. And now, some more challenges have been revealed.

Related: How to complete the “Dance in front of different Gargoyles” Fortnitemares challenge

Part two of the free Fortnitemares challenges is now available, offering four new tasks for players to set their sights on. Each challenge awards 500 XP, and if you complete all four, you’ll unlock an Uncommon spray called Deadfire.

Fortnitemares: Part two

ActionReward
Destroy Cube Fiends (150)500 XP
Deal damage with shotguns or SMGs to Cube Monsters (5,000)500 XP
Eliminate opponents at Corrupted Areas (3)500 XP
Destroy a Ghost Decoration in different named locations (7)500 XP

The first set of Fortnitemares challenges tasked players with destroying 200 Cube Monsters—this time, though, you only need to kill 150 Cube Fiends, which are the weaker zombies. You’ll also need to shoot these creatures with shotguns and SMGs for part two, instead of assault rifles and pistols in part one.

Eliminating three enemies in Corrupted Areas shouldn’t be too difficult—they’re hot landing spots at the moment, so you should have plenty of opportunities to take down some opponents, as long as you find a gun quick enough. Finally, plenty of Halloween decorations have been spread around the map, so you’ll just have to destroy seven ghosts that are hanging up in areas like Tilted Towers and Pleasant Park.

Make sure to get out there and complete these challenges as soon as you can—Fortnitemares part three will be added to the game on Sunday, Oct. 28.