Fortnite Season 6 Week 2 Challenge Guide

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Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 6 is well underway now and it has completely changed the way we play the game with the new crafting and hunting mechanics. Rather than a standard loot pool it is now customizable with players able to craft (no pun intended) their perfect loadout.

The new season also features a new Battle Pass with over 100 rewards to unlock, including Lara Croft from Tomb Raider, DC’s Raven, and football mega-star Neymar Jr.

Also with every new season comes new challenges, here are the Season 6 week 2 challenges!

Release Date

With the start of Chapter 2 Season 6 we have seen the challenge date change from Thursday to Tuesday, meaning that the Week 2 challenges went live today on Tuesday, March 23rd.

Week 2 Epic Quests

Here are the Week 2 Epic Quests.

Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 6 Week 2 Epic Quests
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The challenges this week are:

  • Craft a Mechanical Bow, a Mechanical Explosive Bow, and a Mechanical Shockwave Bow (1)
  • Deal damage with Mechanical weapons (300)
  • Deal explosive damage to opponents (1000)
  • Tame a boar (1)
  • Ride Different Ziplines (5)
  • Obtain literature samples from Pleasant Park, Lazy Lake, or Retail Row (4)
  • Get a headshot with a bow (1)

Each Epic Quest is worth 24,000 XP, granting 168,000 XP in total, around 2 levels worth of XP.

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Week 2 Legendary Quests

Here are the Week 2 Legendary Quests.

The Legendary Quest this week is:

  • Deal damage with bows (2500/5000/7500/10000/12500)

The first stage of the challenge is worth 35,000 XP, the following 4 are worth 24,500 XP each, giving a total of 140,000 XP for completing the Legendary Quest.

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But be fast, Legendary Quests are only around until the next set of challenges go live and then they are gone forever.

Season 6 is currently scheduled to last until June 8th, which means we can expect around 12 weeks of challenges before the season is over.

However, with the Fortnite X Batman comic series beginning in April, and the fact it directly ties into Season 6, the season may be extended until July 2021.

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