How to complete the Week 11 Legendary Quests in Fortnite Season 7
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Overnight, Epic Games released the v17.40 update, which is one of the last updates for Fortnite Chapter 2 – Season 7. Season 8 is rapidly approaching and fans only have a set amount of time before their Battle Pass, and the skins with it, disappear forever. Players can complete the Week 11 Epic Quests for some extra XP, but they can also complete the Legendary Quests to really make a dent.

The Week 11 Epic Quests were released earlier in the week but the Legendary Quests required the v17.40 to be unveiled. Thankfully, data-miners were able to pull the quests out of the files and let players see them before they go live on Wednesday.

The Week 11 Legendary Quests in Fortnite Season 7

The formula remains the same with the Week 11 Legendary Quests in Fortnite. The set features six challenges for players to complete for a total of 180,000 XP. Comparatively, the Epic Quests feature seven challenges worth 210,000 XP. That means when players complete both sets, they’ll earn 390,000 XP for their Season 7 Battle Pass.

That amount of XP is certainly valuable to those who need a boost for whatever skin they’re working towards. Below, players can see the full list of Legendary Quests in Week 11 to make earning that XP even easier.

  • Get Slone’s orders from a Payphone (0/1) – 15,000 XP
  • Catch a fish at fishing holes (0/5) – 45,000 XP
  • Collect a vintage can of cat food in Catty Corner or Craggy Cliffs (0/1) – 30,000 XP
  • Collect a vase of flowers from Lazy Lake (0/1) – 30,000 XP
  • Harvest wood (0/250) – 30,000 XP
  • Talk to Joey (01) – 30,000 XP

Unlike the Epic Quests, the Legendary set does not feature tasks involving aliens. Instead, players are collecting items from around the map and doing odd jobs. This is a bit backward from how it’s been in weeks past. However, perhaps this is the new norm until Season 7 ends mid-Sept.

The Legendary Quests will release on Wednesday, Aug. 18.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.