The Fortnite Battle Royale Challenge system is changing

Fortnite Battle Royale: Epic Games making BIG Challenges update in Week 5

The Fortnite Battle Royale Challenge system is changingEPIC GAMES

The Fortnite Battle Royale Challenge system is changing

The development team have announced how they hope improve the Weekly Challenges experience in Season 4.

Every Tuesday sees the release of a new list of tasks that can be completed to earn new Battle Pass Tiers.

This means more cosmetic loot for fans who bought one, and is something that has proved very popular with fans.

And now Epic Games have announced they are making one big change to the current Fortnite Battle Royale system.

Having heard feedback from fans, the development team want to add a Challenge tracking feature to make it easier to complete the weekly tasks.

And the good news is that Fortnite players probably won’t be waiting long for the quality-of-life improvement.

“Starting in v4.3 there will be in-match pop ups to highlight your challenge progress,” Epic Games explains in a recent post.

“Track what you’ve completed and plan out your strategy for the remainder of the match or your next one.”

This means that players might have the new system in place right in time for the start of the Week 5 Challenges.

It should be noted that while it’s possible that this new feature will roll out next week, Epic Games may also choose to change their plans beforehand.

Currently, players have to navigate to the main menu to check on their progress, making it a pretty risky tactic.

This also becomes a bit more confusing over time, when Fortnite Challenges start to stack up.

It’s one of a number of new updates that Epic Games are working on for the game, which could arrive during Season 4.

You can find a list of new ideas being cooked up for Fortnite Battle Royale, below:

In-world markers: Marking positions on the map is a great way to communicate with your squad, but often the marker on the compass isn’t enough to get you to your location. We’re investigating ways to display an in-world marker to allow for easier navigation around the island.

Victory Royale screen: Getting a Victory Royale should be a memorable experience, and the victory screen should support that. We want to freshen up the celebration and make it a bit more rewarding.

High-resolution mini map: The ability to zoom in on the map was added in a recent update, but the resolution of the image isn’t quite as good as we want it to be. Our goal is to capture the world with as many details as possible to make it easier when figuring out where you’re droppin’!

Better Footstep and Vertical Audio: Our v4.2 update had some footstep audio improvements, where we added slightly more variation to above/below sounds. We recognize it’s still difficult to identify enemy position in high-density locations (such as Tilted Towers) and we’ll continue to iterate on this.

Cosmetics: All outfits and cosmetics have value. We want to add ways for you to gain additional goodies through collection over time! This is work in progress – and it’s a little further out.

There are also swathes of new updates coming that Epic Games hopes will improve other large areas of the game, including Fortnite performance when it comes to load times and server stability.

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