Like past Seasons this new Treasure Map challenge shouldn't prove too hard to wrap your head around. If you had the Season 4 Battle Pass you'll get some free levels on this one to kick start your progress, but there's also a change this time to how challenges are handled. Rather than their bullet spread being randomised, they'll now fire in a consistent manner, meaning you'll be able to learn where within their arc will actually get hit.
Did you also want to play golf and basketball with your buddies? There are also two brand new locations to explore: Paradise Palms and Lazy Links. Other un-named POI have also been added to the island. There's a lot to go over in the patch notes but some of the most notable new additions to the game will be the new All Terrain Kart (ATK) and Rifts that will be dotted around the battle royale map. Where storm circles would normally just shrink, Epic has decided that the seventh, eighth and ninth circles should move in random directions, giving campers a whole new headache to deal with. As with other seasons, season 5 lasts for 10 weeks and includes weekly challenges and rewards. As always, do not forget to finish out the match you're in once you've completed a challenge in order to be sure you get credit for it. For the Nintendo Switch, Epic games has also included motion controls which can be adjusted in the Settings menu. They can be toggled on and off, but will allow aiming by moving the controllers.
Fortnite's Season 5 Week 1 Challenges are now live and for anyone look for help to solve the "Follow the treasure map found in Risky Reels" challenge, you've come to the right place. "Fortnite" players will now earn XP when they revive their teammates in 50vs50 and Teams of 20 matches, according to Engadget. Epic has unveiled a new desert biome, giving you a break from the familiar luscious green pastures of the island. Until then, it's time to get refreshing that login button.