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All Fortnite chapter 3, season 1 quests

As part of Fortnite chapter 3, a new challenge system has emerged. While it’s fundamentally similar to past iterations, it’s presented in a different format than before. All the quests will appear in-game as the season goes on. This is a slight change from before, which required you to visit specific NPCs on the map to begin quests. You’ll still find character quests, but this time, they simply show up from the Quests screen automatically.

Each week, more seasonal quests will be added, functioning the same way as older versions of Fortnite. Here, we’ll compile a list of all the ongoing challenges, with links to guides for completing them. These are the latest Fortnite quests for chapter 3, season 1.

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Season 1, week 1 quests

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The week 1 quests are generally straightforward and likely won’t cause too much trouble if you’re a frequent player. Many of them are tied to new mechanics and features such as damaging 50 opponents while sliding and visiting the Daily Bugle. You’ll want to be aware of the new Vaults, which require multiple players to open. But doing so is worth it, as they contain lots of goodies.

Below are the week 1 quests:

  • Discover The Device (1)
  • Damage Opponents While Sliding (50)
  • Jump Through Flaming Rings in a Vehicle (2)
  • Search Chests or Ammo Boxes at Landmarks (10)
  • Land at The Daily Bugle, then Finish Top 25 (1)
  • Open a Vault with Another Player (1)
  • Get Eliminations with an SMG or Sniper Rifle (3)
  • Discover Named Locations (10)
  • Receive Your Next Objective at The Launchpad (1) and Destroy Signal Jammers in a Single Match (3)
  • Receive Your Next Objective at Mighty Monument (1) and Place Surveillance Cameras in a Single Match (2)
  • Receive Your Next Objective in The Joneses (1) and Drop Off Supplies in a Single Match (3)

Week 1 quest guide

Shanta quests

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The first character quest available comes from Shanta, and it’s an absolute collect-a-thon. To complete these quests, you need to collect nearly 100 crystals that are hidden around the map. Shanta’s quests are broken up into different sections that send you to various locations on the island.

We’ll have guides on where to find them below.

  • Collect Gem Fragments Outside of Seven Vaults (6)
  • Collect Gem Fragments at Gas Stations (6)
  • Collect Gem Fragments on Crossroads Using a Vehicle (9)
  • Collect Gem Fragments at Landmarks (10)
  • Collect Gem Fragments at Named Locations (10)
  • Excavate Gem Fragments Inside Dirt Mounds (8)
  • Collect Gem Fragments on Rivers Using a Vehicle (9)
  • Collect Gem Fragments Near Characters (10)
  • Collect Gem Fragments at Docks (7)
  • Collect Gem Fragments High in the Air (6)

This list will expand as more quests are added to the game throughout the duration of the season.

Shanta quest guide

Delta-One quests

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Below are all the Delta-One quests:

  • Collect COG Tags (3 credits)
  • Crouch Behind Barrier (1)
  • Damage an Opponent with Melee Attack (1)
  • Do Shotgun Damage to an Opponent (1)
  • Collect Thrashball Memorabilia (1)

Delta-One quest guide

Season 1, week 2 quests

  • Damage Opponents from 50 or more Meters with the MK-Seven Assault Rifle (200)
  • Catch Fish at Sleepy Sound or Loot Lake (3)
  • Using Spider-Man’s Web Shooters, Travel 50 Meters in One Swing (1)
  • Purchase Items from Characters (3)
  • Use a Med-Mist While Sliding (1)
  • Survive Storm Circles While Carrying a Weapon of Epic Rarity or Higher (4)
  • Stash Items in a Tent (2)

Season 1, week 2 quest guide

Season 1, week 3 quests

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  • Search coolers or ice machines (5)
  • Slide continuously for 25 meters
  • Bounce five times on Spider-Man’s Bouncers without touching the ground (5)
  • Talk to Guaco, Bunker Jonesy, and Cuddle Team Leader (3)
  • Collect stored items from a tent (2)
  • Deal damage to opponents at Rocky Reels or Condo Canyon (75)
  • Hit weak points while harvesting (100)

Season 1, week 3 quest guide

Season 1, week 4 quests

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  • Get Headshot Damage with a Pistol (75)
  • Harvest Wood from The Joneses, Shifty Shafts, or Logjam Lumberyard (150)
  • Detonate Gas Cans to Destroy Objects (2)
  • Dance at Chonker’s Speedway, Rocky Reels, and Greasy Grove (3)
  • Experience Guzzle Juice Effects for 15 Seconds (1)
  • Deal Damage to Enemies with Rare or Better Shotguns (400)
  • Hide in Stealth Grass for 10 Seconds (10)

Season 1, week 4 quest guide

Season 1, week 5 quests

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  • Build Structures at Coney Crossroads, Sleepy Sound, and Condo Canyon (3)
  • Claim an abandoned tent (1)
  • Drive a vehicle through water (1)
  • Knock down Timber Pines (5)
  • Gain shields using a Shield Keg (100)
  • Teleport using rifts at different seven outposts (3)
  • Destroy structures with a motorboat or motorboat missiles (30)

Season 1, week 5 quest guide

Season 1, week 6 quests

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  • Travel 100 meters while flying around a tornado (100)
  • Damage an opponent within 45 seconds of crouching in tall grass (1)
  • Purchase a random item from a malfunctioning Vending Machine (1)
  • Destroy Timber Pine stumps with a melee or ranged weapon (3)
  • Recover health by resting in a tent (30)
  • Mark an enemy player using a Flare Gun (1)
  • Honk a car horn within 10 meters of an opponent (1)

Season 1, week 6 quest guide

Season 1, week 7 quests

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  • Eliminate IO Forces (3)
  • Throw a Klomberry While Standing Within 10 Meters of a Klombo (1)
  • Damage Opponents with Grenades or a Grenade Launcher (75)
  • Interact with a Computer Terminal at a Mole Team Drill Site (1)
  • Destroy Objects While Driving a Quadcrasher (30)
  • Collect Different Types of Weapons at Shifty Shafts or The Sanctuary (3)
  • Harvest Stone from The Temple, The Ruins, or Tumbledown Temple (200)

Season 1, week 7 quest guide

Season 1, week 8 quests

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  • Restore Health by Consuming Klomberries (30)
  • Destroy Different Types of Cactus Plants (3)
  • Glide for 150 Meters After Launching from a Klombo’s Blowhole (150)
  • Dance for Llana at a Vending machine for 5 Seconds (1)
  • Take Pizza Slices from a Pizza Party Item (2)
  • Deal Explosive Damage (100)
  • Talk to Haven, Shanta, or Galactico (1)

Season 1, week 8 quest guide

Season 1, week 9 quests

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  • Reach Max Shields in Different Matches (3)
  • Loot Supply Drops (2)
  • Ignite Structures (10)
  • Restore Health in the Storm (1)
  • Destroy Hiding Places (5)
  • Visit Different Named Locations in a Single Match (5)
  • Deal Damage to Opponents with the Heavy Shotgun (200)

Season 1, week 9 quest guide

Season 1, week 10 quests

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  • Get 3 seconds of airtime in a vehicle (1)
  • Build structures (20)
  • Use bandages (10)
  • Catch a gun while fishing (1)
  • Destroy mailboxes at Sleepy Sound or Tilted Towers (5)
  • Search ammo boxes (15)
  • Damage players with a Clinger (100)

Season 1, week 10 quest guide

Season 1, week 11 quests

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  • Visit Mole Team Drill Sites (3)
  • Land at Tilted Towers and survive for 60 Seconds
  • Knock down a Timber Pine while driving a vehicle (1)
  • Edit structures (15)
  • Drive a Quadcrasher to Pinnacle Peak (1)
  • Defeat Mancake, Ronin, or Shanta in a duel
  • Damage opponents with a machine pistol

Season 1, week 11 quest guide

Season 1, week 12 quests

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  • Visit Adrift or Pawntoon in a Motorboat (1)
  • Use Spider-Man’s Bouncers to Catch a Zipline (1)
  • Gain Shields at Butter Barn (50)
  • Destroy Objects in Covert Cavern (25)
  • Destroy Gas Pumps (4)
  • Damage Opponents with Explosives (100)
  • Collect Treasure Using Drake’s Map (1)

Season 1, week 12 quest guide

Season 1, week 13 quests

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  • Using Spider-Man’s Web-Shooters, Swing Under an Arch at Desert Arch, Big Bridge, or Covered Bridge (1)
  • Use a Chug Splash at a Gas Station (1)
  • Throw a Med Kit, Bandages, or any Shield Potion While Sliding (3)
  • Open Produce Boxes at Condo Canyon or Sleepy Sound (5)
  • Gather Metal at Wreck Ravine, Windbreakers, or Rustaway Shores (100)
  • Damage Opponents with the Striker Pump Shotgun (200)
  • Collect Bars (300)

Season 1, week 13 quest guide

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