If you have played Fortnite for the past weeks, you know about the latest challenges that the developers added to the game. At the same time, no update has come for the players, and they are starting to want something new because the real challenges are exhausting.
But don’t worry, Fortnite is not forgotten, new challenges are coming to the game with a lot of improvements, including a unique outfit style with purple/black color. If you complete most of these challenges, you will receive XP points for leveling up in the game.
The first thing in Fortnite Remedy vs. Toxin’s challenges is to reach forty in the Battle Pass, which will unlock the skin as well. After that, the challenges are all yours to complete. You can start with the different food trucks from the Battle Royale Island and begin your trials.
Fortnite Remedy vs. Toxin Challenges
Another thing to remember is that for a Silver Survival Medal, it is necessary to survive in the game alongside with 24 players plus you. For naturally doing that, switch on passive gameplay and stay low until you have to desire number.
Besides this, you can make a higher score by using the SMG against your opponents. Another challenge is to search for chests in seven different landmarks. You will find other players dropping on some of the markers. If you are interested in a tricky challenge, you can use three rarities weapons in a single match against your opponents. The human opponents are not the only ones that you can inflict damage; try the structures of the enemies as well.
Finally, looking at your Battle Royale map, you can find bus stops on it. The challenge is simple, visit three bus stops in a match and win it. And if you like to be the first in Fortnite Remedy vs. Toxin Challenges, you have to be first catching a fish, the first one to land from the Battle bus, and the first one that will receive an elimination.
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