What are the Week 4 Challenges for Fortnite's Season 4 Battle Pass?

Take on week 4 of the Battle Pass with all new challenges

Every week, Fornite's Battle Pass updates with a new set of challenges to complete. Upgrading your Battle Pass will earn you new emotes, skins and even V-bucks. If you want to earn those high-level skins, completing the weekly challenges is the best way to do it. To help you get ahead, we'll be keeping a list of every single week of Battle Pass challenges to get you prepared for the week of games. Normal challenges will earn you five stars toward your Battle Pass, while Hard challenges will net you a tidy ten stars.

We're up to Week 4 which will test you with taking out opponents in Snobby shores in a variety of manners. Here's every challenge for Week 4 in Fortnite's Season 4 Battle Pass.

Week 4 Challenges - Season 4 Battle Pass

Challenge

Target

Reward Stars

Deal damage with Assault Rifles to opponents

1000

5

Search Chests in Wailing Woods

7

5

Search 7 Ammo Boxes in a single match

7

5

Visit the centre of different Storm Circles in a single match

3

5

Search between a Bench, Ice Cream Truck, and a Helicopter (HARD)

1

10

Trap Eliminations (HARD)

1

10

Eliminate opponents in Snobby Shores (HARD)

3

10

This week's challenges start off fairly simple, simply asking you to make use of Assault Rifles, hunt down Chests and Ammo boxes, but quickly turn fairly tough. Reaching the centre of three Storm Circles isn't too difficult if you keep your wits about you, but earning Eliminations with Traps relies on your opponents making mistakes. We recommend dropping to Snobby Shores regularly to knock out the Assault Rifle, Trap Eliminations and Snobby Shores kills challenges in one swoop. As for the Bench, Ice Cream Truck and Helicopter... Your guess is as good as ours. Best of luck and we'll see you next week!

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