Normally, at this time of Wednesday, I would put together a guide with tips on solving the latestchallenges. But the next two weeks will be a little different.
4 Days of Challenges and How to Complete the First
Epic Games announced in Fortnites Update 7.10 that instead of the usual list of seven weekly challenges, there would be a daily challenge for two weeks. The limited-time seasonal event, which begins on December 19, is called 14 Days of Fortnite. According to the Holiday Spirit, all challenges offer free rewards, so you do not even need a Battle Pass to get the loot. Only the first challenge was revealed:
The first challenge is incredibly easy. You only need to start a creative server or sign in. In the lobby, select Creative as the game mode and start the game. When you get back to the lobby, you have completed the challenge.with new winter islands, holiday props, more prefabs and various new ways to customize your space. So there is a lot to do while you are there.
Big and Small Teammode Rotation
In addition to daily challenges, Epic is changing the way large team modes are handled during the event. Normally, LTMs last a week and are part of the fun of Fortnite, giving you a little break from the regular Battle Royale gameplay. During the event, Epic will be changing LTMs every 48 hours and small team modes every 24 hours. So if you log in, you have something new to try every day.
This may seem like an opportunity for Epic Games to take a break from the Weekly Challenge list for the holidays, while still giving the players a fun time. It's likely that the Challenges of the New Year will return to a more familiar schedule with free and Battle Pass challenges, but right now everyone has a free loot to earn.