How to complete Fortnite Quests in Chapter 3 Season 4

Fortnite Quests Chapter 3 Season 4
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The next weekly update has been made to the Fortnite quests, which means we have another set of fresh assignments to work through. These tasks can serve as a handy distraction when you don't want to just focus on outlasting all of your opponents in the battle royale, while also steering players towards new gameplay mechanics and updated locations for the Paradise season which may otherwise get missed. There's plenty of XP available for ticking off these quests, which can help you get as many of the Battle Pass rewards as possible before Fortnite Chapter 4 arrives in December.

Week 10 involves being chromed for a full three minutes in total during a single match, while also evolving EvoChrome weapons and damaging opponents with them, and flinging yourself from a D-Launcher at Shimmering Shrine or at Cloudy Condos. If you're looking for more Paradise Quests then you're in luck, as we finally have access to Part 2 and some new storyline tasks to complete.

There are certain Fortnite quests that will get ticked off through natural gameplay and don't require attention, but we're here to help with the ones that need specific knowledge or actions to clear. Completing quests is a lot easier these days now we no longer rely on Fortnite characters to distribute them, so if you want to know what you need to do for that sweet XP boost, then check out the quests section of the main menu – or the pause menu – and you'll find them all clearly laid out, with the option to track your progress on a specific challenge. Keep completing quests and you'll earn massive amounts of XP across the entire Fortnite season so you can unlock fresh rewards – and who doesn't want that? Here's everything we know about the latest Fortnite quests up to Week 9.

Fortnite Quests - Weekly

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Fortnite Weekly quests naturally have new assignments added every seven days, and helpfully these quests don't expire, so you're not facing a time pressure to get through them quickly. These are the Fortnite quests in this category revealed so far at the time of writing:

Zero Week

Week 1

  • Bust through a door at Cloudy Condos and No Sweat Insurance (2)
  • Damage players with the Lever Action Shotgun or the Suppressed Submachine Gun (350)
  • Dislodge a Runaway Boulder with a slide kick (1)
  • Drive different types of chromed vehicles (3)
  • Hit opponents while sliding (10)
  • Hunt different kinds of wildlife (3)
  • Purchase an item from Panther, Mancake, or The Underwriter (1)

Week 2

  • Damage players within 5 seconds of mantling (350)
  • Deal damage to opponents with a legendary weapon (150)
  • Eliminate opponents while chromed (3)
  • Emote for 5 seconds in The Flairship (1)
  • Gain shields at the Reality Tree (75)
  • Open chests or ammo boxes inside The Driftwood (3)
  • Shoot targets while ziplining in Fortnite (3)

Week 3

Note: the Destroy Fortnite Chrome Structures (100) quest was originally included in Week 3 then got replaced.

Week 4

Week 5

  • Collect and Spend Bars in a single match (100)
  • Deal damage to opponents from above (500)
  • Deal damage to opponents with an Assault Rifle, Shotgun, and SMG in a single match (3)
  • Eliminate opponents at Reality Tree or Herald's Sanctum (2)
  • Gain health or shields by bouncing on Bouncy Slurpshrooms while chromed (1)
  • Use Fortnite D-Launchers (3)
  • Visit Fortnite Cloudy Condos then Reality Tree in a single match (1)

Week 6

  • Accept a bounty from a bounty board within 30 seconds of landing (1)
  • Catch a gun while fishing (1)
  • Deal damage to opponents while at max health and shields (200)
  • Eliminate an opponents before the first storm phase begins (1)
  • Fall 7 stories or more in Chrome Blob form in Fortnite (1)
  • Land at The Tilted Towers, then finish Rank 10 or better (1)
  • Phase through a chrome wall and deal damage to an opponent within 30 seconds (75)

Week 7

  • Damage opponents with Pistols, Harvesting Tools, or Grenades (500)
  • Damage opponents with Ranged Weapons while Riding Wildlife (200)
  • Damage Opponents with Shotguns (500)
  • Deal Damage to opponents at Loot Lake (200)
  • Enter a Fortnite Chrome Vortex (1)
  • Pick Fruit from Reality Saplings (3)
  • Search Chrome Chests at Flutter Barn or Shiny Sound (5)

Week 8

  • Deal Damage to opponents using Shotguns from 15 meters away or less (100)
  • Collect weapons from eliminated Players (2)
  • Hit an opponent with a FireFly Jar (1)
  • Search Produce Boxes, Ice Machines, or Coolers (5)
  • Launch into the air using Launch Pads in different matches (3)
  • Mark a Weapon, a Vehicle, and a Fish in a single match (3)
  • Throw Cow Catchers or Fortnite Off-Road Tires (3)

Week 9

  • Damage opponents with a Suppressed Submachine Gun (200)
  • Drive a vehicle into a Chrome Vortex and fly around it for 10 seconds (10)
  • Emote outside Bao Bros' bunker (1)
  • Glide 250 meters with the Grapple Glider in one shot (250)
  • Hunt a glowing loot animal (1)
  • Loot a legendary weapon from an eliminated player (1)
  • Use the Fortnite Dial-A-Drop to call in a vehicle (1)

Week 10

  • Be chromed for 180 seconds combined in a single match (180)
  • Deal damage to opponents with an evolved EvoChrome weapon (150)
  • Destroy Slurp barrels (10)
  • Eliminate players with the Cobra DMR (2)
  • Evolve EvoChrome weapons twice in a single match (2)
  • Search a chest at both Lustrous Lagoon and at the Rave Cave (2)
  • Use a D-Launcher at Shimmering Shrine or at Cloudy Condos (1)

Fortnite Quests - Paradise

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Fortnite Paradise quests will be familiar if you worked through the Vibin' quests last season, as these again provide a chronological set of tasks to run through a fresh storyline, though they now expire after a relatively short amount of time so don't wait too long to work through the many assignments here. These Fortnite quests unlock over time, and while Part 1 expired a long time ago now, we finally have been given access to Part 2:

Part 2

  • 1 of 2 - Prepare for Jones's call on your next Bus Ride (1)
  • 2 of 2 - Position the Signal Boosters using your Harvesting Tool (3)

  • 1 of 2 - Await further orders (1)
  • 2 of 2 - Search an open dumpster to find the last of The Scientist's research (1)

  • 1 of 4 - Await further orders (1)
  • 2 of 4 - Talk to Agent Jones (1)
  • 3 of 4 - Find the approval code at a Research Lab (1)
  • 4 of 4 - Enter the approval code on the Research Lab's computer (1)

  • 1 of 2 - Await further orders (1)
  • 2 of 2 - Dance near Attunement Anchors (2)

  • 1 of 2 - Await further orders (1)
  • 2 of 2 - Use the Sensor Backpack to record Zero Point energy signatures (4)

  • 1 of 2 - Await further orders (1)
  • 2 of 2 - Survive storm phases in a single match (4)

  • 1 of 3 - Await further orders (1)
  • 2 of 3 - Talk to Bushranger (1)
  • 3 of 3 - Plant the tree seeds (2)

Fortnite Quests - Kickstart

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The Fortnite Kickstart quests provide some quick cumulative tasks to get your season started with an XP boost:

  • Damage opponents with Assault Rifles (500)
  • Eliminate opponents (12)
  • Enter a vehicle or ride wildlife in different matches (5)
  • Outlast opponents (250)
  • Play matches (10)
  • Search Chests at Named Locations (7)
  • Visit different Named Locations (5)

Fortnite Quests - Milestones

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Fortnite Milestones quests run for the course of the season, due to the high targets you're required to hit. Each of these Fortnite quests has 20 stages, though thankfully each stage has the same target so they don't get increasingly difficult as you progress. For example, Stage 1 of 20 Thank the Bus Driver starts at 0/10, but once you complete this it moves on to Stage 2 of 20 Thank the Bus Driver 10/20, so you only have to thank the driver 10 times for each stage, or 200 times in total.

With that in mind, here are all of the Fortnite Milestones quests with their target for each stage, and the total amount across all 20 stages:

  • Catch items while fishing (20) > (400)
  • Complete Bounties (5) > (100)
  • Damage opponents (4,500) > (90,000)
  • Eliminate opponents (25) > (500)
  • Evolve EvoChrome weapons by dealing damage (10) > (200)
  • Gain shields (1,000) > (20,000)
  • Headshot opponents (35) > (700)
  • Hit Weakpoints with a Harvesting Tool (125) > (2,500)
  • Outlast opponents (750) > (15,000)
  • Pick fruit from Reality Saplings (10) > (200)
  • Place Top 10 (15) > (300)
  • Purchase items from a Character or Vending Machine (20) > (400)
  • Reboot squadmates (5) > (100)
  • Restore health (1,000) > (20,000)
  • Search chests or ammo boxes (75) > (1,500)
  • Spend Bars (1,000) > (20,000)
  • Thank the Bus Driver (10) > (200)
  • Travel distance as a Chrome Blob (5,000) > (100,000)
  • Travel distance while riding Fortnite boars or Fortnite wolves (5,000) > (100,000)

Fortnite Quests - Bytes

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The Fortnite Bytes quests are unlocked by claiming The Nothing's Gift harvesting tool from Page 2 of the Battle Pass, and by completing them you'll unlock alternative Styles for The Nothing's Gift including The Dread Claw, Sharpened Sunburst, Razer Thorn, and more. For the first entry you'll need to have the Bytes Outfit equipped, though the others you should be able to clear no matter what you're wearing:

  • Tune The TV in Fortnite while wearing the Bytes Outfit (1)
  • Damage opponents with EvoChrome Weapons (2,500)
  • Drive distance in Chromed Vehicles (5,000)
  • Pass through Chromed structures in different Named Locations (10)
  • Search Chromed Chests (20)
  • Deal damage to Chromed Wildlife (2,500)
  • Eliminate opponents at a Chromed Named Location (20)
  • Chrome opponents (10)
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