Epic doesn't waste precious time when it comes to updating its Battle Royale giant but Fortnite's data miners are keeping up like bosses. Namely, Week 9 set of challenges has already been dug up, although it doesn't start before Thursday.
Of course, if haven't gotten your mitts on Fortnite's Battle Pass, you won't find much of interest here, albeit it's not entirely unwise learning about where your prey will be.
First up is dealing 5,000 damage to an enemy player's structures, which shouldn't be particularly hard. The challenge is worth five Battle Stars.
Fortnite Battle Passers will have to search seven chests in Haunted Hills, but you may as well plan for more drops already. The challenge may be classified as easy, which earns you five Battle Stars, but the remaining players most certainly won't care.
Building 250 walls, floors, etc, is the third Week 9 challenge. The task brings in five stars and should be pretty basic.
Fourth Fortnite challenge is visiting three different taco shops in a single match. It rakes in five stars, but here's a bit of help.
The fifth challenge is "follow the treasure map found in Moisty Mire" and awards you 10 Battle Stars. Unlike with Fortnite's Week 8 Challenges, data miners haven't come up with the actual map, so we're not sure whether Epic's covering their tracks better or are they waiting for the last minute.
Four shotgun kills earn 10 stars and will complete the sixth challenge whereas the seventh requires killing three opponents in Lucky Landing. Well - it may not be lucky for everyone.