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Right on schedule, next week’s Fortnite Battle Royale challenges have leaked, and they seem like more of the same.

Fortrisen has once again published the full list of upcoming challenges, which should launch on August 9th.

This week, Fortnite is trading in jumping a golf cart through flaming hoops for the more mundane pastime of golf. One of the paid challenges will require players two hit a hole in one from three different tees with the golfing emote, and one of the free challenges will task players with using three different rifts, which you would probably have done anyway over the course of a match.

The rest are basic stuff. We’ve got a treasure that you can track down with a map found in Greasy Grove, eliminating opponents, searching chests, and dealing damage.

Here’s the full list:

Free Battle Pass Challenges:

  • Deal Damage to Players with a Clinger, Stink Bomb, or Grenade (300) — 5
  • Use a Rift (3) — 5
  • Eliminate Opponents (3) — 10

Paid Battle Pass Challenges:

  • Search Chests in Junk Junction (7) — 5
  • Hit a Hole in One from Different Tees (3) — 5
  • Follow the Teasure Map Found in Greasy Grove — 10
  • Eliminate Opponents in Shifty Shafts (3) — 10

You still have a couple of days to finish week four’s challenges, or just do what I do and wait until everyone isn’t dropping at Flush Factory to scoop up last week’s chests.

The most recent update has added a new double-barrel shotgun and a new limited-time mode called Steady Storm that strips the match of a safe zone and trades in the normal storm for one that closes in steadily (get it?) over the course of 15 minutes.

Fortnite is available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC, and mobile.

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Fortnite’s week five challenges leak ahead of official announcement

Fortnite's upcoming in-game challenges will involve plenty of golfing, rifting, and eliminating opponents.

By Michael Goroff | 08/7/2018 12:30 PM PT

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Right on schedule, next week’s Fortnite Battle Royale challenges have leaked, and they seem like more of the same.

Fortrisen has once again published the full list of upcoming challenges, which should launch on August 9th.

This week, Fortnite is trading in jumping a golf cart through flaming hoops for the more mundane pastime of golf. One of the paid challenges will require players two hit a hole in one from three different tees with the golfing emote, and one of the free challenges will task players with using three different rifts, which you would probably have done anyway over the course of a match.

The rest are basic stuff. We’ve got a treasure that you can track down with a map found in Greasy Grove, eliminating opponents, searching chests, and dealing damage.

Here’s the full list:

Free Battle Pass Challenges:

  • Deal Damage to Players with a Clinger, Stink Bomb, or Grenade (300) — 5
  • Use a Rift (3) — 5
  • Eliminate Opponents (3) — 10

Paid Battle Pass Challenges:

  • Search Chests in Junk Junction (7) — 5
  • Hit a Hole in One from Different Tees (3) — 5
  • Follow the Teasure Map Found in Greasy Grove — 10
  • Eliminate Opponents in Shifty Shafts (3) — 10

You still have a couple of days to finish week four’s challenges, or just do what I do and wait until everyone isn’t dropping at Flush Factory to scoop up last week’s chests.

The most recent update has added a new double-barrel shotgun and a new limited-time mode called Steady Storm that strips the match of a safe zone and trades in the normal storm for one that closes in steadily (get it?) over the course of 15 minutes.

Fortnite is available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC, and mobile.

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Michael Goroff has been gaming for almost three decades. He's a lover of all games and systems, but he mostly plays Xbox. That being said, if he's a fanboy, he's a fanboy for the game industry as a whole. Spit white-hot fanboy hate at him, trash talk his Gold II rank on Rocket League, or maybe just send him a cordial hello on Twitter @gogogoroff.