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Fortnite Week 2 Challenges: How to Complete Season 7 Week 2 Challenges

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Fortnite Week 2 Challenges: How to Complete Season 7 Week 2 Challenges

How to Complete All Season 7 Week 2 Challenges in Fortnite

Another week passes by and another set of weekly challenges arrive in Fortnite. If you had been hoping the Season 7 week 2 challenges might bring the festive spirit to the snowy season of Fortnite, unfortunately, you’re going to be a little disappointed. Here’s how to complete all Season 7 week 2 challenges in Fortnite.

What the Fortnite Week 2 Challenges Are

With the Fortnite week 2 challenges now live in the game, we’ve grabbed a quick screenshot for you and included it down below. A quick glance at the list and you’ll see there’s not a whole lot you need to be particularly worried about being troublesome this week. Still, you can check out the screenshot below.

Fortnite Season 7 week 2 challenges

If you’re looking for some tips and tricks to make the week 2 challenges that little bit easier for you, fear not. We’ve broken them down below with a few handy hints.

How to Complete All Fortnite Week 2 Challenges

  • Search a Chest in different Named Locations (7)
  • Damage opponents with different types of weapons (5)
  • Eliminate opponents in Snobby Shores or Fatal Fields (3)
  • Stage 1: Visit Snobby Shores and Pleasant Park in a single match
  • Play the Sheet Music on pianos near Pleasant Park and Lonely Lodge
  • Compete in a Dance Off at an abandoned mansion
  • Eliminate an opponent from at least 50m away

A lot of Fortnite’s week 2 challenges don’t really require much of an explanation. For searching chests in different named locations, go for the quieter spots such as Junk Junction, Lonely Lodge, Wailing Woods, Haunted Hills, Lucky Landing, and Lazy Links to nab an easy six. The other one you’ll need to brave the busier locales.

Damaging opponents with different types of weapons will require you to use things like an Assault Rifle, Shotgun, Sniper, SMG, and some explosive weapon or pistol to get one elimination with each. Eliminating opponents in Snobby Shores or Fatal Fields is straightforward enough.

There’s another of the staged challenges we’ve seen recently in Fortnite tasking players with visiting two different named locations in a single match. Use vehicles such as Quadcrushers, ATKs, or even a plane to cut down the distance. Balloons are also pretty handy for traversing large distances quickly.

Then we come to the meat of Fortnite’s week 2 challenges. To play the sheet music on pianos near Pleasant Park and Lonely Lodge, you simply have to land at these locations, read the music that’s on the stands, and jump onto the correct notes. The one at Pleasant Park actually plays a lovely rendition of Jingle Bells, and can be found on the mountain directly west of Pleasant Park. The Lonely Lodge piano plays 12 Days of Christmas, and can be found just to the north of the old superhero house, also known as the abandoned mansion.

To compete in a dance off at an abandoned mansion in Fortnite, you’re going to first need to track the dance floor within an abandoned mansion down, and then dance on the lit-up squares on the floor while another players does the same. This is best done with a teammate, but you can check out our guide here for the exact location.

Finally, you’ll need to eliminate an opponent from 50 meters or more away. The Hunting Rifle and snipers are your best options for these, however, players with a steady aim can always pick players off with a Hand Cannon or Assault Rifle.

That’s everything you need to know to complete all of Fortnite’s Season 7 week 2 challenges. For more tips, tricks, and guides on the current season of the battle royale title, be sure to check out our Fortnite Season 7 guide wiki.

We’ve got guides on how to complete the week 1 challenges, where the week 1 secret star is, and chest locations for Polar Peak, Frosty Flights, and Happy Hamlet, just to name a few.
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