Season 4 and Chapter 3 of Fortnite are about to end. The Fracture event, which will mark the end of the current version of the battle royale and the beginning of chapter 4, with a new map and other news, will take place on Saturday December 3.
You therefore have a week left to speed up the experience and complete the battle pass, which this season had the Spider-Gwen skin as the final reward.
Fortunately, there are new missions that will allow you to gain experience… including a challenge where you can get up to 300,000 XPand a soccer emote for the 2022 World Cup. But take note, because you will have to look for it outside the game, on the Internet.
How to get a soccer World Cup emoticon and 300,000 XP in Fortnite before the end of the season
In addition to the soccer missions that are in the game, and the skins and accessories for sale in the in-game store, you will be able to overcome some additional challenges and get a Raise the Trophy emote (from the “Show them your passion” set).
But perhaps the best thing is that you can get up to 350,000 Fortnite PE, at a rate of 50,000 every day… or all 350,000 all at once.
To do this, follow these steps:
- Sign in on this website
- Just for logging in, you will receive the trophy emoticon
- Complete the challenges that mark you
- For completing the points goal each day, you will receive 50,000 XP… but you can get the whole week’s XP on the last day
This series of challenges has already started and will be available until November 28 at 5:59 CET (that is, basically until Sunday night, the 28th, Spanish peninsular time).
Every day there is a challenge, such as surviving phases of the storm or defeating rivals. If you complete the points goal for any day, you will receive 50.000 PE. But if you have skipped a day, nothing happens: his thing is complete the sunday challengesince you will get the 50,000 of the day… and all the points of all the previous days.
If you don’t want to miss anything from Fortnite, also check out all the news from Fortnite season 4. Also see the challenges of week 3, week 4, week 5, week 6, week 7 and week 8.