Skip to main content

Fortnite Chapter 3, Season 4 guide: All week 4 quests and how to complete them

The latest Fortnite quests are live, this time for Chapter 3, Season 4, week 4. A handful of the new quests are actually quite tricky or are luck-based, making this particular list more challenging to complete.

Thankfully, we’ve got all the tips you’ll need to get through this week’s list with ease. These are the new Fortnite challenges and how to complete them.

See more

Season 4, week 4 quests

  • 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 quests

Deal damage to wildlife (1,000)

Battling wolves in Fortnite
Image used with permission by copyright holder

This quest is straightforward, but it will take you a bit of time since you need to deal 1,000 damage to wildlife. There are animals all over the map, especially in between main hubs. Be on the lookout for wolves, chickens, and boars as you play. You can also eliminate the wolves that spawn from The Herald at Herald’s Sanctum. This is the easiest way since they keep respawning. Either way, you’ll likely make progress toward this naturally as you play — just make sure to prioritize taking down wildlife to complete this quest quickly.

Eliminate a bounty target with a Sniper Rifle or Marksman Rifle (1)

For this quest, we advise using the new Cobra DMR, which works well from afar. Head to a major hub like Tilted Towers or Rocky Reels and initiate a bounty by interacting with a nearby bounty board. Keep in mind, you need to secure the final blow with a Sniper Rifle or Marksman Rifle, but you can use other weapons to damage the opponent before then. If you’re struggling, it helps to play in a team-based mode, so you can down the opponent first before swapping to a Sniper Rifle or Marksman Rifle to finish them off.

Headshot opponents with the EvoChrome Shotgun or EvoChrome Burst Rifle (15)

Battling The Herald in Herald's Sanctum in Fortnite.
Image used with permission by copyright holder

The wording for this challenge is a little misleading. You don’t need to headshot 15 different opponents with the EvoChrome Shotgun or EvoChrome Burst Rifle — you just need to secure 15 headshots with the aforementioned weapons. This means you can headshot the same enemy multiple times to earn credit. You can also perform this quest on NPCs, making it much easier. We recommend battling it out against The Herald at Herald’s Sanctum since they tend to stand still, allowing you to secure headshots with ease.

Open a lock with a key, and a safe in a single match (2)

Map of vaults in Fortnite.

This is yet another poorly-worded quest. You need to open a lock with a key and also open a safe within the same match. It’s best to keep your eyes peeled for keys first since they’re harder to come by (though, if you happen to come across a safe first, don’t hesitate to open it). Keys are rare spawns that appear as floor loot and from chests, so we recommend landing at a high-traffic area like Tilted Towers, where there’s plenty of loot. Once you find a key, look on the map for vaults, which are indicated by locks.

Depending on when you find a key and where you are in relation to the closest vault, this might be tricky. So, it’s recommended to land around a vault so that if/when you do find a key, you’re close enough to visit before the storm closes in. The other thing to consider is that there are vaults that require two keys, which yield better rewards, along with safes. So, if you happen to come across two keys, you’ll be in good shape after visiting a vault with multiple locks.

Ultimately, this quest will be a tricky one since it’s luck-based.

Survive storm phases (10)

The edge of the storm in Fortnite.
Image used with permission by copyright holder

This quest is a simple one. You’ll get through it by simply playing naturally, so even if you aren’t the best player, you’ll likely survive at least a couple of storm circles, especially if you play it safe. If you’re concerned about your skill level, play with a team and stick to the buildings, away from enemies, to survive.

Throw a launch pad at Flutter Barn or Shimmering Shrine (1)

Using Bounce Pad in Fortnite.
Image used with permission by copyright holder

As you play, keep your eyes peeled for a launch pad, which spawns as floor loot or from chests. We recommend landing close to Flutter Barn or Shimmering Shrine so you’re nearby if you find a launch pad. Once you’ve got your hands on a launch pad, make your way to one of the aforementioned areas and place it on the ground to complete this quest.

Use a Port-A-Bunker in different matches (2)

This is a relatively straightforward quest, so make sure you’re on the lookout for a Port-A-Bunker as you play. Remember, these items can be found as floor loot or from chests, or even from eliminated opponents. You have to use one Port-A-Bunker in two separate matches, so keep that in mind during your play sessions.

Editors' Recommendations

Joseph Yaden
Joseph Yaden is a freelance journalist who covers Nintendo, shooters, and horror games. He mostly covers game guides for…
All weapons in Payday 3 and how to unlock them
Robbers shoot guns in Payday 3.

No one should walk into a robbery in Payday 3 without a reliable gun in their back pocket. Sure, there are plenty of skills and tools to help you and your gang pull off many jobs with no one being the wiser, but mistakes happen. And when they do, you'll be glad to have some firepower on your side. You won't be picking up or finding weapons on the map in Payday 3, and instead must rely completely on which weapons you have equipped in your loadout before starting a heist. You will only start off with a single assault rifle and pistol to your name, but there is a nice selection of shotguns, revolvers, and marksman rifles to add to your kit. Here are all the guns you can unlock in Payday 3 and how.
All weapons in Payday 3

Guns in Payday 3 are all first unlocked by reaching a certain level. Levels are simply gained by completing heists and objectives in the game, so every match you play will contribute toward your overall level. Once you reach a threshold where a new weapon becomes available, you can head into the Vendors menu and purchase t with your cash so they become available when building your loadout. Here's every weapon you get in the order you naturally unlock them:

Read more
All romanceable characters in Baldur’s Gate 3 and how to romance them
A player conversation in Baldur's Gate 3.

Romance options are by no means new in the CRPG genre. Even more traditional RPGs have added romance options for certain characters, but each game handles the process of actually entering into a romantic relationship differently. Baldur's Gate 3 is packed with interesting characters and companions that could catch your eye. Even if you're not new to CRPGs, it's always a challenge to understand what a certain character will like or dislike, as well as what actually counts as moving closer to a relationship with them. Thankfully, Baldur's Gate 3 developer Larian has made it so that there are no restrictions on who you can romance based on your chosen gender or race, so all that's left to do is study up on how to woo your dearly beloved.
All romance options and how to romance them
There are eight possible characters you can enter into a relationship in Baldur's Gate 3, including all available companions. Relationships are based on earning positive opinions from them and hinge on the actions you take in the world with them in your party. Even if what you're doing doesn't directly impact them, they will think differently based on what they see you do, so keep that in mind before you do something your love interest might think less of you for. Also, be sure to speak to them each time you go to camp to further their individual stories.

You can check the approval rating for all characters under the Detailed View section of your character sheet. Make sure it is high before you do the quest where you rescue the refugees.

Read more
All companions in Baldur’s Gate 3 and how to get them
Wyll with horns dancing.

The story in Baldur's Gate 3 is shared equally between your own created character and your party of companions. Each one you choose to team up with has their own personalities, backstories, and goals that you can choose to help them accomplish during your travels through the Forgotten Realms. While you can only have three accompany you at any one time, there are far more that you can recruit and swap in and out to best suit the challenges ahead, or just to get a new perspective on events. Essentially, all companions are missable, even the early ones you're all but forced to interact with, but there are others that are harder to get, and some you have to choose between. Here's a full list of every potential companion in Baldur's Gate 3 and what you need to do to add them to your party.
All companions
There are 10 potential companions to recruit in Baldur's Gate 3, each of a different race, class, and background. Some you meet early, some late, and others not at all depending on your choices.

The Cleric of the group, this is your first potential companion. As long as you choose to save her from her pod-thing on the Nautiloid ship in the opening of the game, you will find her on the beach you crash-land on. If you decided not to save her on the ship, you can still add her to your team by finding her farther east down the beach near the Dank Crypt.

Read more