Fortnite’s seventh season is about to enter its seventh week, meaning there’s not a lot longer left to complete all the extra challenges. So in order to grab all the emotes, costumes, and everything else for the latest Battle Pass, this guide hub will have all the details for both free and Battle Pass challenges.
Fortnite weekly challenges guide hub
With the game being the global sensation that it is, there’s a lot to learn about not only getting that all-important “Victory Royale”, but also the changes to the map as the seasons progress, and the challenges you can seek to complete. Head over to our main Fortnite guide hub for every single thing you need to get started.
Fortnite Weekly Challenges
Season 7 began late last year on 6th December 2018. The theme is a holiday themed one, and saw a few big changes. Flush Factory and Greasy Grove are now gone, along with the addition of ziplines, new icy terrain, and a new vehicle that has been dominating the meta in the form of the X-4 Stormwing (Psst, there’s more on that in our Fortnite vehicles guide). It also introduced some free challenges in the form of the 14 Days Of Fortnite challenges, as well as some new cosmetic items such as wraps for weapons.
Season 7 Weekly Challenges
- Season 7 Week 1 challenges
- Season 7 Week 2 challenges
- Season 7 Week 3 challenges
- Season 7 Week 4 challenges
- Season 7 Week 5 challenges
- Season 7 Week 6 challenges
- Season 7 Week 7 challenges (17th January 2019) Coming Soon
- Season 7 Week 8 challenges (24th January 2019) Coming Soon
- Season 7 Week 9 challenges (31st January 2019) Coming Soon
- Season 7 Week 10 challenges (7th February 2019) Coming Soon
- 14 Days of Fortnite Challenges (Offline as of 15th January)
What you get with the Season 7 Battle Pass
Fortnite’s Battle Royale mode is free to play, with a fair number of challenges being free to complete, giving you a taste of what the Battle Pass challenges have to offer. The Battle Pass for each season is currently priced at 950 V-Bucks. This likely means forking out £7.99, €9.99, and $9.99 respectively to purchase 1000 V-Bucks, leaving you with 50 V-Bucks left over, but they usually come with a few unlocks to begin with.
You’ll also unlock more stuff as you play matches, either through levels or completing each of the individual challenges. Challenges are unlocked as the season progresses, though once the season is over, the challenges are gone forever, so you’ll need to get in quick. You can also throw some more money (150 V-Bucks per Tier level) to unlock the next rank, but it’s not advisable to do so unless there is a particular skin coming up that you really, really, really want.
This concludes our weekly challenges guide, but there’s plenty more in our collection of guides for Fortnite. For more on the weapons themselves, check out our Fortnite weapons guide, the locations to find them can be found in our Fortnite locations, while the list of the vehicles in the game are in our Fortnite vehicles guide.