Season 10 of Fortnite will be wrapping up this month, with the last few weeks being pretty wild. Players have seen Rift Beacons changing the map left and right, BRUTE mechs causing endless frustration, Area 51 memes getting into Fortnite, and Fortnite crossing over with Batman. Through all that craziness, the game's weekly sets of daily missions have remained consistent, and that will stay true with the final set, fittingly named “Last Stop.”
Starting today, the first day of Season 10 Week 10, Fortnite will roll out its last seven limited-time challenges. These are challenges players will be able to take on while they play normally. Doing so will reward them with the usual assortment of Battle Stars and XP, in addition to the special loading screen that hints at where Season 10’s final secret Battle Star can be found.
Last Stop Challenge Schedule
These are the challenges players will have to undertake as part of the Last Stop mission set, and which days they will be available:
-October 3: Deal 500 damage to opponents using with suppressed weapons
-October 4: Outlast 150 opponents in Solo or Squads matches
-October 5: Eliminate 5 opponents using assault rifles
-October 6: Search 7 Chests at Loot Lake or Happy Hamlet
-October 7: Land at Lucky Landing or Retail Row in 3 different matches
-October 8: Search 5 ammo boxes in a single match
-October 9: Visit 10 different named locations
Last Stop Challenge Rewards
Fortnite veterans know the drill by now, but for newcomers to the game, the rewards for the daily mission sets are given out in the same order as in previous weeks. Here’s how it all breaks down in Week 10:
Complete any 1 objective: Receive 10 battle stars
Complete any 2 objectives: Receive 500 XP
Complete any 3 objectives: Unlock the Last Stop loading screen
Complete any 4 objectives: Receive 10 Battle Stars
Complete any 5 objectives: Receive 1,000 XP
Complete any 6 objectives: Receive 10 Battle Stars
Complete any 7 objectives: Receive 2,000 XP
As with the rest of Season 10’s daily mission sets, the Last Stop challenge set will only be available this week. Once October 10 rolls around, players will have to wait until the start of Season 11 for new daily challenges. On the plus side, since the start of Fortnite Season 11 has been delayed a week, it means the Overtime Mission that usually accompanies the end of a season will be extended by a few days. That should give players a little more to do in their matches while they wait.
Fortnite is available for free on Mobile, PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One.