The latest Fortnite Week 8 challenge continues on with last week’s theme of introducing stages into the mix, which can be a bit of a head-scratcher. So, once you’ve got managed to eliminate an opponent in Greasy Grove for stage 1 of the challenge, what comes next? We’ve laid it all the solutions for you down below, as well as a few tips to help you bag some easy kills before moving on to the next area.
What is the Eliminate an Opponent in Greasy Grove Fortnite Week 8 Challenge?
To complete the Fortnite Week 8 Challenge, you need to do the following in the exact order listed below:
- Eliminate an opponent in Greasy Grove
- Eliminate an opponent in Lonely Lodge
- Eliminate an opponent in Fatal Fields
These challenges don’t have to be completed across a single game, and you have to eliminate one person in each location. Once you’ve done so, you’ll receive a notification and, finally, when you’ve polished off all three stages you’ll get a none-too-shabby 1000xp for your troubles.
Fortnite Week 8 Challenge: How to Eliminate an Opponent in Greasy Grove
Greasy Grove is a densely-packed area and will be even more so with all the players gunning for a kill thanks to the Fortnite Week 8 challenge. Ideally, your best bet will be to find a hill (or build your own set of ramps) and, if you have a sniper rifle, try and pick a few people off in the distance. If you’re in a camping mood, however, then hiding inside one of the buildings could also work. Or, when in doubt: spray with a shotgun.
Fortnite Week 8 Challenge Stage 2: How to Eliminate an Opponent in Lonely Lodge
Lonely Lodge is far more of an open space. Avoid the centre area of the lodge itself and, instead, perch yourself up on higher ground and wait to strike. Use the trees as cover, too, if you’re getting shot at.
Fortnite Week 8 Challenge Stage 3: How to Eliminate an Opponent in Fatal Fields
Now the cube has gone, there ought to be less attention around Fatal Fields. Still, you might be sweating now you’re at the third and final stage of the Week 8 challenge. Worry not, however. There’s plenty of barns and buildings to hide in so, as long as you take it slow with a short-to-mid range weapon then you’ll get a kill in no time. It may be best to avoid the area around the silos, though, as they can get busy at the best of times.