Fortnite Chapter 2 – Season 7 is in its last week, with the Imagined Order and aliens about to collide with each other. Season 8 is set to begin on Sept. 12, which is the same day the Season 7 finale event, Operation Sky Fire, will take place. Players don’t have to worry about that for another week, though. In the meantime, they can complete the last set of weekly challenges in Season 7, starting with the Week 14 Epic Quests.
While most players will have reached max level or unlocked the Superman cosmetics by the time the Epic Quests release, some players need the extra XP. After Season 7 ends, the Battle Pass skins will never return again. If a player needs a boost to reach the skin they want before Season 8, there’s no better way than completing the Epic Quests.
The Week 14 Epic Quests in Fortnite Season 7
As one would predict, the final week’s Epic Quests contain many challenges surrounding the aliens. They’re at the center of the Season 7 storyline and Epic Games wants to ensure players do their part to rid them from the island. In a way, players are helping Doctor Slone and the IO prep for Operation Sky Fire, which will see a series of bombs detonate across the map.
To start the process, players can complete the Epic Quests, which are seen below.
- Activate a rift after purchasing it from a character (0/1) – 30,000 XP
- Collect foraged items at Corny Complex (0/4) – 30,000 XP
- Destroy alien eggs (0/3) – 30,000 XP
- Eliminate an attached alien parasite (0/1) – 30,000 XP
- Ignite structures in Holly Hatchery and Corny Complex (0/25) – 30,000 XP
- Damage opponents while in a vehicle (0/150) – 30,000 XP
- Pop tires on IO vehicles (0/1) – 30,000 XP
The challenges take players to various alien hot spots around the island, like Holly Hatchery and Corny Complex. Players won’t face much of a test in Week 14, as most of the challenges are simple to execute. However, if players are struggling to complete a quest, they can check out our Fornite section for various challenge guides.
The Week 14 Epic Quests release this Thursday, Sept. 9.