Players of Fortnite may expect a new set of weekly challenges. They will have to attack flying foes. Though the damage may be dealt quickly, players may have trouble getting airborne enemies. Fortunately, Fortnite’s Team Rumble mode exists to assist loopers in accomplishing their goal. The ability to fly is crucial to success in Fortnite. Players may only join a game by landing on the island after leaping from the Battle Bus. It’s not the only way to take to the skies, however. To make their way to the top, players may employ Slurp Bouncers, Launch Pads, and even Shockwave Grenades.
Week 7 of Season 3 of Fortnite is about to begin. With the change of seasons comes a whole new set of interesting and novel challenges. Each of the seven new missions will provide you 15,000 experience points. There are also two more substitute tasks, bringing the total to nine. Although it may seem like a lot of work, all it takes is one successful attack on an enemy flying above you to complete the challenge. These simple instructions will guide you through the process.
How to complete the challenge
It’s up to the player to decide which option works best for the situation. Players have the option of completing the challenge in either Battle Royale or Team Rumble. The latter is preferable because of the game’s respawn mechanisms.
- At the start of the game, participants randomly spawn in either their team’s or the other team’s territory (in Team Rumble Mode).
- Once they touch down, one of their first priorities should be to find a powerful long-range weapon. A DMR, Hammer AR, or Sniper Rifle should be simple to find on the floor in Team Rumble due to the game’s abundance of treasure.
- The ring closes more rapidly in Team Rumble. A player may actively seek out opponents, or they can wait it out in their team’s territory until the circle shrinks a lot.
- During the last stages of the game, when the circle is at its smallest, participants engage in fight and try to eliminate each other.
- They should exploit this to their advantage. A player will always free fall upon respawn.
- They may take cover in an elevated position, such as a tree, and fire at their foes in the air.
- The amount of harm done is undefined in the challenge, beyond the total number of occurrences (once). If players are up to the task, they should only need one shot to win.