Fortnite Season 6 Week 8 Cheat Sheet, Complete Challenge Guide

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Fortnite Season 6 Week 8 has begun. With that start of the new week of season 6 an all new cheat sheet has been released. The season 6 week 8 cheat sheet will help you complete all of your challenges to earn 50 battle pass stars. Like previous weeks there are 3 free battle pass challenges, and 4 paid battle pass challenges. Completing the challenges will unlock battle pass stars that are used to rank up your battle pass tiers. By ranking up your battle pass tiers you will unlock in-game items like skins, emotes, sprays and more!

Season 6 Week 8 Cheat Sheet

Fortnite Season 6 Week 8 Cheat Sheet

Fortnite Season 6 Week 8 Cheat Sheet

Fortnite Season 6 Week 8 Challenges

Free Battle Pass Challenges

  • Visit multiple named locations in a single match
    • Part 1: Visit Lonely Lodge and Retail Row in a single match (1 Battle Pass Star)
    • Part 2: Visit Junk Junction and Pleasant Park in a single match (1 Battle Pass Star)
    • Part 3: Visit Flush Factory and Fatal Fields in a single match (1 Battle Pass Star)
    • Part 4: Visit Haunted Hills and Lazy Links in a single match (1 Battle Pass Star)
    • Part 5: Visit Tomato Temple and Shift Shafts in a single match (1 Battle Pass Star)
  • Dance with a fish trophy at 7 named locations (5 Battle Pass Stars) – Fish Trophy Map
  • Six shooter or heavy assault rifle eliminations (HARD) (5 Battle Pass Stars)

Paid Battle Pass Challenges

  • Get a score of 3 on 3 different clay pigeon shooters (5 Battle Pass Stars) – Clay Pigeon Shooter Map
  • Get 250,000 trick points in a vehicle (5 Battle Pass Stars)
  • Visit 4 different named locations in a single match (HARD) (10 Battle Pass Stars)
  • Use certain items (HARD) (3 Battle Pass Stars)
    • Part 1: Use a grappling hook
    • Part 2: Use a launch pad
    • Part 3: Use a Rift-to-go

Remember, that you need to finish the game after completing a challenge to have it unlock.



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