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All Fortnite Chapter 3, Season 4 quests

A new season of Fortnite is live and this time, players will have to deal with a Chrome substance that has overtaken the island. Chapter 3, Season 4: Paradise launched on September 18, 2022, and as expected, it comes with plenty of new challenges to complete. Since the game is updated with new challenges every week, it can be tough to keep track of everything.

Thankfully, we’ve got you covered with a running list of the game’s weekly challenges, this time for Chapter 3, Season 4. Keep in mind, we’ll also link to individual guides for each set of weekly challenges so you can complete them quickly and easily, on the day they go live.

These are all the challenges for Fortnite Chapter 3, Season 4.

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Season 4, week 0 quests

Herald's Sanctum in Fortnite.

Since each season of Fortnite begins on a weekend day, and weekly challenges update on Thursdays, players gain access to a set of quests before the usual update date. These quests occur during Week Zero and often tie to many new seasonal mechanics. In this case, players will need to become acquainted with the new Chrome features, which allow for different movement strategies and even let you phase through walls. You’ll also need to be familiar with various locations around the map, many of which remain from Season 3.

Thankfully, quests don’t go away each week, so you have the entire season to complete them.

Here’s the first batch of quests for Chapter 3, Season 4:

  • Deploy a Port-A-Bunker at a named location (1)
  • Eliminate an enemy player within five seconds after sprinting while Chromed (1)
  • Emote at The Flagship, The Driftwood, and No Sweat Insurance (3)
  • Evolve EvoChrome weapons by dealing damage (5)
  • Knock down a Timber Pine and dislodge a Runaway Boulder in a single match (2)
  • Purchase from a Mending Machine (1)
  • Use Chrome Splash on a structure and phase through it within five seconds (1)

Season 3, week 0 quest guide

As always, we’ll update this list weekly, so be sure to visit each Thursday to check out the latest Fortnite quests.

Season 4, week 1 quests

Driving a Chrome vehicle in Fortnite.
  • Bust through a door at Cloudy Condos and No Sweat Insurance (2)
  • Damage players with the Lever Action Shotgun or the Suppressed Submachine Gun (350)
  • Dislodge a Runaway Boulder with a slide kick (1)
  • Drive different types of Chromed vehicles (3)
  • Hit opponents while sliding (10)
  • Hunt different kinds of wildlife (3)
  • Purchase an item from Panther, Mancake, or The Underwriter (1)

Season 4, week 1 quest guide

Season 4, week 2 quests

Flairship in Fortnite.
  • Damage players within 5 seconds of mantling (350)
  • Deal damage to opponents with a Legendary weapon (150)
  • Eliminate opponents while Chromed (3)
  • Emote for 5 seconds in The Flairship (1)
  • Gain shields at the Reality Tree (75)
  • Open chests or ammo boxes inside The Driftwood (3)
  • Shoot targets while ziplining (3)

Season 4, week 2 quest guide

Season 4, week 3 quests

Goku shooting enemies in Fortnite.
  • Deal damage to opponents with a Marksman Rifle from at least 75m away (150)
  • Deal damage to opponents with SMGs or Assault Rifles (1,000)
  • Deal damage to Supply Llamas (500)
  • Destroy Chrome structures (100)
  • Gain shields from JellyFish, Shield Fish, or SlurpFish (200)
  • Land at The Driftwood and collect gold bars in a single match (2)
  • Visit Reality Tree and Herald’s Sanctum in a single match (1)

Season 4, week 3 quest guide

Season 4, week 4 quests

Battling The Herald in Herald's Sanctum in Fortnite.
  • Deal damage to wildlife (1,000)
  • Eliminate a bounty target with a Sniper Rifle or Marksman Rifle (1)
  • Headshot opponents with the EvoChrome Shotgun or EvoChrome Burst Rifle (15)
  • Open a lock with a key, and a safe in a single match (2)
  • Survive storm phases (10)
  • Throw a launch pad at Flutter Barn or Shimmering Shrine (1)
  • Use a Port-A-Bunker in different matches (2)

Season 4, week 4 quest guide

Season 4, week 5 quests

Cloudy Condos in Fortnite.
  • Collect and spend bars in a single match (100)
  • Deal damage to opponents from above (500)
  • Deal damage to opponents with an Assault Rifle, Shotgun, and SMG in a single match (3)
  • Eliminate opponents at Reality Tree or Herald’s Sanctum (2)
  • Gain health or shields by bouncing on Bouncy Slurpshrooms while Chromed (1)
  • Use D-launchers (3)
  • Visit Cloudy Condos then Reality Tree in a single match (2)

Season 4, week 5 quest guide

Season 4, week 6 quests

Tilted Towers in Fortnite.
  • Accept a bounty from a bounty board within 30 seconds of landing (1)
  • Catch a gun while fishing (1)
  • Deal damage to opponents while at max health and shields (200)
  • Eliminate an opponent before the first storm phase begins (1)
  • Fall 7 stories or more in Chrome Blob form (1)
  • Land at The Tilted Towers, then finish rank 10 or better (2)
  • Phase through a chrome wall and deal damage to an opponent within 30 seconds (75)

Season 4, week 6 quest guide

Season 4, week 7 quests

The Chrome Vortex in Fortnite.
  • Damage opponents with pistols, harvesting tools, or grenades (500)
  • Damage opponents with ranged weapons while riding wildlife (200)
  • Deal damage to opponents at Loot Lake (200)
  • Enter a Chrome Vortex (1)
  • Pick fruit from Reality Saplings (3)
  • Search Chrome Chests at Flutter Barn or Shiny Sound (5)
  • Use a Dial-A-Drop in different matches (3)

Season 4, week 7 quest guide

Season 4, week 8 quests

Launch Pad in Fortnite.
  • Collect weapons from eliminated players (2)
  • Deal damage to opponents using shotguns from 15 meters away or less (100)
  • Hit an opponent with a FireFly jar (1)
  • Launch into the air using Launch Pads in different matches (3)
  • Mark a weapon, a vehicle, and a fish in a single match (3)
  • Search produce boxes, ice machines, or coolers (5)
  • Throw Cow Catchers or Off-Road Tires (3)

Season 4, week 8 quest guide

Season 4, week 9 quests

A shark in Fortnite.
  • Damage opponents with a Suppressed Submachine Gun (200)
  • Drive a vehicle into a Chrome Vortex and fly around it for 10 seconds (10)
  • Emote outside of Bao Bros’ bunker (1)
  • Glide 250 meters with the Grapple Glider in one shot (250)
  • Hunt a glowing loot animal (1)
  • Loot a legendary weapon from an eliminated player (1)
  • Use the Dial-A-Drop to call in a vehicle (1)

Season 4, week 9 quest guide

Season 4, week 10 quests

Character shooting EvoChrome weapon in Fortnite.
  • Be chromed for 180 seconds combined in a single match (180)
  • Deal damage to opponents with an evolved EvoChrome weapon (150)
  • Destroy Slurp barrels (10)
  • Eliminate players with the Cobra DMR (2)
  • Evolve EvoChrome weapons twice in a single match (2)
  • Search a chest at both Lustrous Lagoon and at the Rave Cave (2)
  • Use a D-Launcher at Shimmering Shrine or at Cloudy Condos (1)

Season 4, week 10 quest guide

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