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Epic reveal Week 2 challenges for Fortnite's Season 5

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Fortnite's unreal maker Epic have rolled out the second set of weekly challenges in Season 5, tasking their players will scoring baskets, searching between an oasis, rock archway and dinosaurs and, of course, shooting people in the face.

This is the second week since Epic started using the new format, whether challenges are divided into three free ones and four for Fornite's Battle Pass holders. Even more convenient when you have a loose idea of enemy concentration, no?

Moving on, the first free Fortnite challenge is dealing 1,000 damage with assault rifles, while the second is searching through seven ammo boxes in a match. Both will earn you five battle stars. The final free challenge yields 10 battle stars, if you eliminate three enemies in Paradise Pals.

Epic obviously love shooting hoops or something, because the first Battle Pass challenge is scoring three baskets on different hoops. Rummaging through seven chests in Loot Lake is the second challenge, with both of the aforementioned earning 5 battle stars.

Fortnite's third Season 5 Week 2 challenge may be a bit trickier, although we've got you covered as usual. The official description says look between an oasis, rock archway and dinosaurs, which is obviously the Little Texas that replaced what was once Moisty Mire.

The star is actually on a ridge just below the big rock, next to a cactus and you can actually drop right on top of it. Expect company though, as these things usually draw a Fortnite crowd. The task yields 10 battle stars by the way.

Last but not the least are sniper rifle eliminations, two of them to be exact, for a task that earns you 10 battle stars.

AltCharA map for Fortnite's Season 5 Week 2 set of challengesFortnite, Look between an oasis, rock archway and dinosaurs.

In recent news, it turned out that Fortnite's revenue has exceeded $1 billion, which is incredible for a game that's basically free to play. We guess that diligently working on your game while your opponent is busy buying yachts or something really pays. Who would've thought, right?