What are quick challenges in Fortnite?

If you've just got yourself a new bundle in the Fortnite store and are looking to earn your V-Bucks, then you might be wondering how to complete a Quick Challenge! Well, we'll walk you through exactly what you need to do to finish these, as well as what they are and where to find them.

Quick Challenges Guide

Quick Challenges are easy to complete quests that you can complete for XP. The first batch of challenges you get give you 14k XP each. Once you complete one, it will be replaced by another but the amount of XP you get for completing it will be reduced. You can find your current Quick Challenges on the main menu of Fortnite.

Here's a look at how Quick Challenges appear in the game:

These are great for leveling up your Battle Pass, but are also required if you've gotten yourself the Derby Dynamo Challenge Pack. You will need to complete 30 Quick Challenges in total to earn the full 1,500 V-Bucks from the pack. This might take you a while, but the challenges are overall pretty easy to complete!

Quick Challenges List

Here's a list of all the Quick Challenges you might come across in the game.

  • Eliminate opponents
  • Assault Rifle Eliminations
  • Pistol Eliminations
  • Explosive Weapon Eliminations
  • SMG Eliminations
  • Sniper Rifle Eliminations
  • Shotgun Eliminations
  • Deal damage to opponents
  • Deal damage with Explosive weapons to opponents
  • Deal damage with SMGs to opponents
  • Deal damage with pistols to opponents
  • Deal damage with Sniper Rifles to opponents
  • Deal damage with Scoped weapons to opponents
  • Deal damage with Assault Rifles to opponents
  • Deal damage with Shotguns to opponents
  • Harvest building materials
  • Harvest Metal
  • Harvest Stone
  • Harvest Wood
  • Hit weak points
  • Place Top 10 in Solos, Duos, or Squads
  • Outlast opponents in Solos, Duos, or Squads
  • Search a Supply Drop
  • Search Ammo Boxes
  • Search Chests
  • Sidegrade a weapon
  • Upgrade a weapon
  • Use shield potions
  • Reach 100 of both Health and Shield
  • Gather or Consume Foraged Items
  • Use bandages or medkits
  • Catch fish
  • Fish at fishing holes
  • Visit different Named Locations
  • Land in a Named Location
  • Eliminate Henchmen
  • Eliminate Marauders
  • Ride a Loot Shark
  • Survive Storm phases
  • Use a Zipline
  • Use a Whirlpool
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  1. You only need to do 30 total to earn all of the Vbucks, not 90.

    1. Oh, do they count towards each challenge as you complete them? I thought they’d be one at a time.

      1. Nope, all in one. I was worried I would miss out on some vbucks if they switched up the quick challenges for next season so I did a bunch of them in one day thinking I needed 90. When you’re in game bring up the map and the missions you have yet to complete to check your progress. Mine lists each one out of 30. I currently have 24 done and just received the 400 vbuck bonus.

        1. Thanks for the extra info, I’ve updated the post!