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Chapter 2 Season 1 8-Ball vs. Scratch Overtime Challenges (Fortnite Challenges Guide)
Mission Objectives Reach Battle Pass Tier 60 No direction required - you know what to do! Earn (3) Bronze Battle Medals by getting eliminations in a match To earn a Bronze Battle Medal, you must meet one of the following requirements in a single match: Eliminate a player Place Top 50 Search 3 Chests, Llamas, or Supply Drops If you’re a player who struggles with these requirements, be sure to check out our YouTube Channel where we upload videos aimed to help you improve! Ring the doorbell of a house with an opponent inside in (3) different matches Unfortunately, this is a rather luck-based Challenge in which there isn’t much strategy taking place. The most efficient way of completing it is to land at Pleasant Park or Holly Hedges - whichever the Bus Route favors. You may have to sacrifice your early-game loot to complete this Challenge, however. Rather than looting, run door to door and ring the doorbells for the best possible chance at catching a player inside. Dance at Rainbow Rentals, Beach Bus, and Lake Canoe The three required locations can be found marked on the map above. Simply use any Emote once within the vicinity to complete each stage of this Challenge. Swim at (2) different No Swimming signs The above map marks two No Swimming Sign locations which can be found within close proximity to each other. As the Challenge states, simply swim near these signs to complete the Challenge. Deal (75) damage with a Harpoon Gun to opponents The Harpoon Gun is a Rare Weapon that can be found in Chests, Floor Loot, Llamas, and Fishing Barrels. It deals 75 damage with a single shot which can be fired once every second, meaning you only need to hit a player once to complete this Challenge. Gain Health or Shields in a bush This is a simple Challenge which shouldn’t require any direction; Simply stand in any of the numerous bushes located around the map and use any Healing or Shield item, such as Bandages, Shield Potions, and so on. Search the hidden gnome found in between Fancy View, a wooden shack, and a big house This Hidden Gnome can be found out in the open Southwest of Sweaty Sands, perched atop a small hill. Simply interact with it to complete this Challenge. Bounce on bouncy objects in (3) different matches Bouncy Objects can be found quite literally all over the map. For example, Umbrellas, Tire Stacks, and so on can be utilized to complete this Challenge. Do note that you will need to bounce on any object or objects in three separate matches, so consider landing at Sweaty Sands for a few games for an easy completion. Visit a mountain Base Camp The map above marks each of the three Mountain Base Camp locations which can all be found in the Southeastern region of the map atop the snowy mountains. Simply walk within the vicinity of these locations to complete this Challenge. Travel 100 meters while dancing To complete this Challenge, you will need to have equipped a traversal emote. Traversal emotes are indicated by the [Traversal] tag in their description in the Locker, this allows you to move while emoting in-game. Rewards Complete (9) ‘8-Ball vs. Scratch’ Mission Objectives to unlock the 8-Ball Outfit Style. 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP
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Chapter 2 Season 1 8-Ball vs. Scratch Overtime Challenges (Fortnite Challenges Guide)Mission Objectives Reach Battle Pass Tier 60 No direction required - you know what to do! Earn (3) Bronze Battle Medals by getting eliminations in a match To earn a Bronze Battle Medal, you must meet one of the following requirements in a single match: Eliminate a player Place Top 50 Search 3 Chests, Llamas, or Supply Drops If you’re a player who struggles with these requirements, be sure to check out our YouTube Channel where we upload videos aimed to help you improve! Ring the doorbell of a house with an opponent inside in (3) different matches Unfortunately, this is a rather luck-based Challenge in which there isn’t much strategy taking place. The most efficient way of completing it is to land at Pleasant Park or Holly Hedges - whichever the Bus Route favors. You may have to sacrifice your early-game loot to complete this Challenge, however. Rather than looting, run door to door and ring the doorbells for the best possible chance at catching a player inside. Dance at Rainbow Rentals, Beach Bus, and Lake Canoe The three required locations can be found marked on the map above. Simply use any Emote once within the vicinity to complete each stage of this Challenge. Swim at (2) different No Swimming signs The above map marks two No Swimming Sign locations which can be found within close proximity to each other. As the Challenge states, simply swim near these signs to complete the Challenge. Deal (75) damage with a Harpoon Gun to opponents The Harpoon Gun is a Rare Weapon that can be found in Chests, Floor Loot, Llamas, and Fishing Barrels. It deals 75 damage with a single shot which can be fired once every second, meaning you only need to hit a player once to complete this Challenge. Gain Health or Shields in a bush This is a simple Challenge which shouldn’t require any direction; Simply stand in any of the numerous bushes located around the map and use any Healing or Shield item, such as Bandages, Shield Potions, and so on. Search the hidden gnome found in between Fancy View, a wooden shack, and a big house This Hidden Gnome can be found out in the open Southwest of Sweaty Sands, perched atop a small hill. Simply interact with it to complete this Challenge. Bounce on bouncy objects in (3) different matches Bouncy Objects can be found quite literally all over the map. For example, Umbrellas, Tire Stacks, and so on can be utilized to complete this Challenge. Do note that you will need to bounce on any object or objects in three separate matches, so consider landing at Sweaty Sands for a few games for an easy completion. Visit a mountain Base Camp The map above marks each of the three Mountain Base Camp locations which can all be found in the Southeastern region of the map atop the snowy mountains. Simply walk within the vicinity of these locations to complete this Challenge. Travel 100 meters while dancing To complete this Challenge, you will need to have equipped a traversal emote. Traversal emotes are indicated by the [Traversal] tag in their description in the Locker, this allows you to move while emoting in-game. Rewards Complete (9) ‘8-Ball vs. Scratch’ Mission Objectives to unlock the 8-Ball Outfit Style. 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP guides4 days agoBasic Building Guide for FortniteBuilding is a unique game mechanic that started with Fortnite and is one of the key parts of the entire game. Once upon a time, how you could tell someone was good at building in Fortnite was how fast they could build a 1x1. Case in point (turn on sound):  Believe it or not, that was considered fast. A year later, we can see that building has evolved quite dramatically: Numerous building techniques were discovered when Fortnite’s popularity exploded, especially with the development of the game’s pro scene. Knowing how to build fight is a massive advantage in Fortnite over those who don’t, as it allows you to get to advantageous (high ground) positions within seconds and provides countless gameplay options that won’t be accessible otherwise.  Over the past year, the community has got so much better at building that it’s almost impossible for a new Fortnite player to get a Victory Royale. These days, the mark of a good builder is someone who knows exactly what to build and how to combine build patterns in every situation, and is able to cleanly execute the builds in game. However, it’s not necessary for a beginner to get that good at Fortnite to have a fighting chance for that W. There’s a number of very basic building patterns that are fairly easy for a beginner to learn and use in their gameplay, in addition to just fundamental ideas that can really help them out. If you’re new to the game, or just new to building in general, this guide is for you!  Without further ado, let’s get started: Get your keybinds and settings right Make sure turbo build is on. It’ll let you build a lot more smoothly and make it so you won’t have to click like a maniac. Next, make sure your keybinds are easy for you to hit quickly and comfortably. This applies mostly to PC players who have the most customizability, but console and mobile players should definitely have a look at their settings to see what feels most comfortable to them as well.  Since PC players rely on a keyboard and mouse, it’s important that they’re binding their building keys to buttons that are easy to reach. If you use the standard “WASD” for movement, it doesn’t make any sense to bind your ramp key to ‘;’ which is on the other end of the keyboard. Instead, try to bind your building buttons to keys that are nearby “WASD”. Any of the keys ‘Q’, ‘E’, ‘R’, ‘T’, ‘F’, ‘G’, ‘Z’, ‘X’, ‘C’, ‘V’, and ‘B’ are decent options. Here’s an image demonstrating: If you have a gaming mouse (like a Logitech G Pro or something), you have the option of using some of your mouse buttons as well. In this case, you can bind keys that aren’t easily accessible such as ‘P’ or ‘;’ through the device manufacturer’s software. This can be useful if you want to save some of the keys listed above for other actions like weapon bindings. Ideally, you just want your keys to be in spots where you feel comfortable pressing them over and over for hours on end. Play around in creative mode and practice some of the patterns listed in this guide to get a good feel for it! If you’d like to read more on keybinds, visit our dedicated keybinds guide! Pattern 1: Ramp Rush Once you’ve got your keybinds settled, it’s time to learn some building patterns! First up is the ramp rush, which is the primary build pattern to use if you’re running head on into an enemy. It’s one of the simplest patterns to execute, with different levels of difficulty.  A very basic ramp rush is the 2 layer ramp rush. This involves building a single ramp with a wall behind it, like this: If you’re pushing someone head on, this ramp rush will give your ramp extra support so that the person you’re pushing doesn’t just shoot your ramp down and make you fall. Executing this is really easy, especially if you’re running forwards. You would push buttons in the following order: Select Ramp Place Build Select Wall Place Build Repeat Here is a slow example: Slightly more advanced is the 3 layer ramp rush, with a wall and a floor behind the ramp: Generally, you would do a 3 layer ramp rush if you’re expecting someone to shoot at your ramp not just from in front, but from below as well. It’s a lot easier to mess up than the two layer as you’ll be turbo building, which often punishes any mistakes you make in mouse movement. This is how you would execute it: Select Ramp Click and hold Select Floor Select Wall Repeat Here is a slow example: Once you’ve mastered the single ramps, you can go into the double ramp rush - essentially, you would be building two ramps side by side. This can get fairly difficult when attempting a double 3 layer rush, but the double 2 layer rush is fairly doable with minimal practice: In order to do a double ramp rush, it’s the same steps as building the single ramps, but you would place your mouse sort of in this bottom corner of the ramp and jiggle it side-to-side when you turbo build: It’s the same idea with the 3 layer ramp, but just much more difficult to execute. The best players will be able to easily do it, but don’t sweat it if you’re a beginner. Work your way up from the basics! When practicing, just take it slow, until you can comfortably get the motions correct, then try to take it a bit quicker! Ramp rushing is something you can definitely nail with a couple of hours of practice.  Pattern 2: 90s If you’ve been paying attention to Fortnite for the past several months, you’ll likely have heard of 90s. 90s are a building pattern that allows a player to change direction while building without missing a beat. There’s a million ways to do 90s, and Myth covers a few different ways in a building guide he made earlier this year. With that being said, if you want a quick version explaining this, here’s a (slightly sloppy) example of what a basic 90 looks like: The steps to this are simple: Run to the top of the ramp Build a wall at the top of the ramp and one next to it in the direction you’re turning Jump Place a ramp to catch you Repeat Here’s an example of one being done slowly:  You can place a floor between steps 3 and 4 as well. This adds a layer of stability and safety, but it makes executing the 90 a lot more difficult. Knowing how to do 90s is really important when build fighting - you usually have no other option to change directions while building quickly, so if you don’t want to immediately get stuck, make sure you have these practiced. Some extra things to know about 90s: When you get very good at cranking 90s, you should know that you won’t be able to execute more than 4 in a row due to jump lag. You probably don’t want to do too many 90s in a row because they’re quite flimsy and can be shot down easily 90s are meant to be used in combination with other building patterns - you need to  There’s so many ways of doing 90s. Some are safer, some are faster, some are easier to execute. Unless you’re planning on going pro, you don’t need to know every single way. Just be practiced at doing fast ones and safe ones. Pattern 3: 180s 180s are the same idea as 90s, but like the name suggests, instead of turning left or right, you’re turning around. Here’s an example and how you do it: Run to the top of a ramp Turn around, build two walls Jump Build a ramp Simple stuff. Like 90s, it’s meant to be combined with other patterns. You can build walls to the side of your ramp to protect yourself from enemy fire as well. Pattern 4: Turtling/Boxing The last pattern we’ll cover in this guide is the Turtle/Box. This is probably the most useful pattern a player can learn as it’ll help save you in most situations. Here’s an example of it: Essentially, turtling is just building a box around yourself. For beginners, this is something you should get in the habit of doing any time someone shoots at you. It’ll help you pinpoint where you’re being shot from, and it’ll either force the enemy to keep shooting at you or come closer. This buys you precious time to either escape or plan your counterattack. To turtle, you simply do the following: Select Wall Click, and spin 360 degrees Select Floor Build a ceiling Select Cone Build above your box and in your box Once you’re in your box, make sure you’re reinforcing your walls by just holding your turbo build on whichever sides are being destroyed. When you stop being shot at, it’s easy to just edit out of your box and try to find a more advantageous position - either to run away or to attack the person shooting at you. For more information on what to do in a turtle situation, try out this video. Every building pattern has a rhythm to it  When you practice these building patterns, you’ll realize that there’s a sort of beat or rhythm to them. For example, in the 3 layer ramp rush, you’ll realize that there’s a beat behind each click and button press.  The click moment for building in Fortnite is when those rhythms feel as natural to you as singing  a favourite song of yours. The rhythm will play through your head, and you’ll always hit the buttons and move your mouse in the correct way when executing each build.  Combo the building patterns! As mentioned in the section on 90s and 180s, building patterns are meant to be used in combination with each other. You can’t really get by with using just one pattern - you’ll have to use multiple patterns every build fight, mix and match, and adapt to the situation. It’s a little bit like chess where you might have the same opening play, but the game will play out differently after the first several moves.  Some examples of what you can do are: Turtle, edit a wall, and ramp rush outwards, and 90/180 towards the enemy Ramp rush into 90/180, turtle if something goes wrong Build side-by-side boxes and edit through them (also known as snaking) The best builders in the game don’t only know every pattern and practiced them 1000 times, they know exactly how each pattern can transition into each other, how to edit a pattern to take advantage of their situation, how to adjust a pattern to use fewer mats when they’re low.  If you’re looking to learn more about building, check out our YouTube channel. We’ve got loads of videos directed at beginners looking to learn more about the game!guides6 days agoGuide to Setting your Keybinds in Fortnite (PC Guide) Having the “correct” keybinds is such a popular topic in Fortnite to the point where most pros have some sort of !settings or !keybinds command on their streams. As the scare quotes might imply, their keybinds aren’t the sort of thing where there’s only one way to do it, similar to mouse settings or cranking 90s.  Keybinds are all about finding what’s comfortable for you. You should never have to stretch or contort your hand in strange ways to hit the buttons that are important. Given the standard WASD bindings for movement, you wouldn’t want to bind an important key on the opposite side of the keyboard such as ‘[‘, ‘]’, ‘\’. In a 30 minute game, you’re going to be pressing all most of these keys hundreds of time, and you want to make sure that not only are you able to do so without tiring yourself out, but you're able to do so while maintaining efficiency with your movement in game and out of game. This guide will provide a bunch of tips for figuring out what keybinds will work for you, in addition to suggesting some cool tricks you can do with keybinds. This guide will be specific to PC (sorry to console players), since PC customizability makes it a lot trickier.  The Most Important Buttons: When you’re doing your keybinds, you want to make sure that all these buttons are bound to comfortable and easily-accessible keys. We’ve listed them in order of importance - the more important the key is, the easier it should be for you to hit them: Weapon Slots 1-5 You’ll be swapping between your weapons and utility a lot in Fortnite. It’s always faster and more accurate to hit a button than to scroll through them Building (Roof, Cone, Ramp, Wall, Trap) Being able to build efficiently is one of the hallmarks of being good at Fortnite. Even if it is basic ramps and walls to block gunfire, having your building keys on accessible binds is crucial Toggle Harvesting Tool You can’t build if you don’t harvest, and you often do want to have the  Binding the Toggle Harvesting Tool key allows you to swap between your Harvesting Tool and weapons with a single button.  This allows you to animation cancel the Harvesting Tool swing, which lets you harvest faster. Edit Being able to easily toggle an edit on your builds is really important in tense build fights. Make sure this is bound nearby you building keys. Reset Edit Make sure you have a button to reset your building edits quickly. This is really important in turtle build fights to fake out enemies.  Use/Interact You can’t pick up weapons, open doors, or get into vehicles without this key. Definitely need it binded. Reload You’ll always want to make sure your weapons are reloaded after each fight, or in periods of low action when people are trying to heal up and reset after taking a poor engage. Autorun Being able to toggle autorun when making a rotation allows you to manage your items while moving.  While not necessarily the most important key, it’s very useful in a lot more scenarios than you’d think Ping/Push to Talk If you play duos or squads, being able to ping and communicate with your teammates is extremely important We’re assuming that you don’t rebind the basic WASD for movement, Spacebar for jump, Left-Ctrl for crouch, Mouse Left Click to shoot, and Mouse Right Click to ADS, simply because every shooting game uses those defaults. Also, we're assuming that you have the Sprint By Default option turned on. The Best Keys to Use: Assuming you have a WASD setup for movement, the picture above circles the best keys for you to use. They’re usually the easiest to hit and require minimal stretching or contorting. The closer the keys are to WASD, the more convenient they’ll be. Try to bind the high priority buttons to them. Also, if you have a gaming mouse (I have a Logitech G502 Hero), you can bind the side mouse buttons to get an additional few keys through the manufacturer’s device software. Mouse buttons are one of the most accessible keys, provided you get in the habit of using your thumb. It might take a while to get used to it, but a lot of players (pros especially) find them extremely useful.  What buttons should I bind to what keys? As mentioned earlier, this is entirely personal preference and what feels comfortable to you. However, there’s definitely a few guidelines we can offer that most pros tend to follow Weapon Slots 1-5 These are often buttons that are closest to WASD.  Most pros will often bind Slots 1-3 to something like Q, E, R, Z, X, C, 1, 2, 3 Slots 4 and 5 tend to be more up in the air, as those are usually reserved for utility.  It’s common to see them on 4 or 5 which are slightly harder to reach. Building (Roof, Cone, Ramp, Wall) Often, the default keys such as C, V, Left Shift, and both side mouse buttons are used for Roofs, Cones, Ramps, and Walls Z, F, and X work fine as building keys as well, but aren’t considered optimal be you would have to move your index or ring finger off your D or A key, meaning that you lose the ability to strafe left or right while building. Use your thumb to hit C/V to avoid this You want to clump them together since you’ll be switching between Roofs, Ramps, and Walls a lot when building more complicated patterns. For the Trap, a lot of players bind it to T, F, 5, or a mouse button It’s not as necessary to be able to place traps quickly, so you can afford to bind it on a key that might require a bit more stretching Toggle Harvesting Tool A lot of people bind this to Q, 1, or F You usually want to put it on a key you can easily double-tap so you can swap between the Harvesting Tool and a Weapon with minimal effort Edit This should be set somewhere near your building keys. Usually, E, F or G tend to be a good spot for it Reset Edit Usually, you want this to be something you can hit instantly after toggling an edit Scroll Wheel or Right Mouse Button tend to be used a lot for this A cool trick with editing is to bind a Mouse Wheel direction as the secondary keys for Edit and Reset Edit. This allows you to reset any edit almost instantly by scrolling down: Use/Interact You want this on a button that you can spam click really easily (usually to loot things faster) A lot of pros use E, Mouse Wheel Down, or Mouse Wheel Up for this Reload Most people leave this on the default R. You want it in a place you can hit easily, but not in a spot you can hit accidentally.  Autorun Our personal suggestion is to put it on ~, B, =, or Num Lock. You’ll never use this button in a tense situation, so it’s fine to put it on something much less accessible. Ping/Push to Talk Great keys for these buttons are ~, Y, T, or Mouse Wheel Button. You may need to hit these buttons while you’re fighting, but you don’t want to accidentally hit them because it can mess up your teammates.  Final Remarks When trying to figure out your keybinds, make sure you’ve spent maybe 10-15 games on a particular configuration before trying an entirely new set. Don’t throw out a set of keybinds because you keep hitting the wrong key, only throw it out if you find it physically uncomfortable (if your fingers keep criss-crossing or if your hand starts to get sore very quickly). Sometimes, all you need to do is switch a few keys around to have it work right for you. If you really don’t know where to start, look up a pro player’s keybinds. Most pros have a !settings, !binds, or !keybinds command on their stream chat that’ll link screenshots or a video of what their settings are like. Once you’ve found a set of keybinds that do work, stick with it for as long as you can. By doing so, you’ll allow your body to build muscle memory and allow you to hit the right buttons more accurately. You’ll improve much quicker and be able to learn how to do more advanced building when you’ve got a set of keybinds you’re used to.guides10 days agoChapter 2 Season 1 Rippley vs. Sludge Overtime Challenges (Fortnite Challenges Guide)Mission Objectives Reach Battle Pass Tier 50 No direction required - you know what to do! Earn (3) Gold Scavenger Medals by searching chests, llamas, or supply drops To earn a Gold Scavenger Medal, you will need to search 12 Chests, Llamas, or Supply Drops in a single match. For players who struggle to make it to the late-game phases, this may be a bit of a struggle as 12 Chests is certainly more than it sounds. However, the absolute best location to complete this Challenge - as well as our favorite landing spot - is Camp Cod. Check out the map of its Chest spawns below. Achieve AR Specialist Accolade in (3) different matches To earn the Assault Rifle Specialist Accolade, you will need to deal 250 damage to opponents with an Assault Rifle in a single match. This is equivalent to 1.25 eliminations on fully healed and shielded enemies, which is relatively easy to achieve. If you’re a player who struggles with these requirements, be sure to check out our YouTube Channel where we upload videos aimed to help you improve! Land in a Named Location in (3) different matches There are no perfect strategies for Challenges of this nature. But with that being said, we can still recommend you a landing spot, right? Craggy Cliffs offers 20 Chest spawns with a nearby Landmark with an extra 3 Chests for your taking - check it out! Deal any damage with a placed Trap to an opponent An important note to remember while completing this Challenge is that Damage Traps can only spawn in Floor Loot and Loot Llamas, so don’t waste your time opening Chests in search of one. You can employ one of two strategies for completing this Challenge; Placing the Trap mid-engagement with an enemy in hopes that it’ll deal damage to them, or discreetly placing the Trap in a building or near some loot in hopes that an enemy will wander into it. Destroy (10) SLURP Barrels, SLURP Trucks, or SLURP Silos To complete this Challenge, visit Slurpy Swamp and its surrounding areas. Here you’ll find plenty SLRUP Barrels, Trucks, and Silos which are indicated by the SLURP logo on side. Swim 50m in under 5s The absolute easiest way to complete this Challenge is to swim off the edge of a waterfall. Doing so will keep your player in the swimming animations - as you are technically diving - allowing you to easily swim much more than 50m. Visit Lazy Lake and Slurpy Swamp in the same match while riding in a Motorboat Here’s a map of the numerous Motorboat spawns around the map. Once you’ve acquired one, simply visit the two named locations. (5) Eliminations at Risky Reels, Fort Crumpet, or Hydro 16 While Risky Reels is absolutely the most popular of these three Landmarks, you can find the Chest spawns for each of the locations below to aid you in securing the required eliminations. Risky Reels There are a total of 12 Chest spawns at Risky Reels. Fort Crumpet There are a total of 6 Chest spawns at Fort Crumpet. Hydro 16 There are a total of 5 Chest spawns at Hydro 16. Search the hidden gnome found inbetween Logjam Woodworks, a wooden shack, and a bucket tree This hidden gnome can be found near a tree in the swamp Northwest of the Slurpy Swamp factories. Catch a fish with a Fishing Rod, a Harpoon Gun, and an Explosive Weapon To catch a fish with a Fishing Rod, simply acquire one from the barrels located on the various docks positioned near rivers and lakes. Then cast the rod into a fishing hole (indicated by the bubbles on the water's surface) and reel it in once the bobber goes underwater. Next, to catch a fish with a Harpoon Gun, simply acquire one from floor loot, and then fire it into a fishing hole. Finally, to catch a fish using an explosive weapon, fire the cannon attached to the Motorboat vehicle into a fishing hole until a fish is returned to the player. Rewards Complete (9) ‘Ripley vs. Sludge’ Mission Objectives to unlock the Ripley Outfit Style. 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP 52,000 XP guides11 days ago

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