All New v17.40 Fortnite Leaked Skins & Cosmetics

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What time is the wonder woman Cup?

The Wonder Woman Cup is set to take place on August 18 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. local time in North America. Inverse'Fortnite' Wonder Woman Cup start time and how to get the skin early

How long is fortnite downtime?

According to the support team, today's Fortnite downtime could last up to four hours, with most maintenance periods ending before the estimated downtime. FortniteFortnite downtime today: Fortnite servers back online with update 17.40

Epic Games are always updating Fortnite to try and keep the game entertaining and fresh for gamers. There are many new items/weapons that have been added this season with the alien invasion which has definitely changed the gameplay. The v17.40 Fortnite update is now available to download and there are a few old and new LTMs (Limited Time Modes) that have been added in this update, with one new mode being called the Imposter.

As with most major updates, there are some new cosmetics that have been added to the files, which includes leaked Fortnite Skins, Back Blings, Emotes, Pickaxes, Wraps, Gliders and Music Packs. There will be some cosmetics that are encrypted which will mean that leakers have difficulty accessing them. There have been some instances in the past where dataminers have been able to leak these encrypted files, so we will keep you updated if that is the case, but here are the cosmetics that have been leaked so far.

The Fortnite leaked Skins are usually the most popular cosmetic to be leaked. There are a few Skins that have been added in this update, which you can see below. Wonder Woman has also been added to the files, but we already knew what she would look like as the Wonder Woman Cup was announced where you could win the whole Wonder Woman set which includes the Skin, Golden Eagle Wings Glider, Athena’s Battleaxe, Diana’s Mantle Back Bling and DC Trinity Loading Screen. You can read more about the cup by clicking here.

Here are all of the other cosmetics that were leaked in this weeks update. Some of the Skins seen above are also in the image below, and we can also see more of the Wonder Woman cosmetics in the image below.

There is no way of knowing when these cosmetics will be seen in the Fortnite Item Shop unless Epic announce themselves when they will be made available. The prices of the cosmetics will of course vary depending on the type and rarity of each item. Will you be purchasing any of these leaked Skins? Let us know in the comments section below.

Co-founder, Lead Writer and Finance at Fortnite Insider. Khadija has been gaming for more than 10 years in her free time, playing mainly FPS and Fortnite with over 500 hours played. Khadija specializes in challenge guides and breaking news. BA (Hons) Accounting & Finance. Contact: Khadija@fortniteinsider.com

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Fortnite v17.40 patch notes: New Exotic weapon, Coral Castle abducted & more

Fortnite Tracker 17 August, 2021 - 07:20pm

Speak to the Kymera NPC at Coral Castle to purchase the Exotic Burst Pulse Rifle for 500 gold. This Alien-made rifle fires two-round bursts when aiming down sights and has a bigger clip size than its standard counterpart. Think an AUG that shoots lasers…

The Burst Pulse Rifle is not currently available in competitive playlists but unlike other Exotics there is more than one for sale each match so it shouldn’t be too hard to get hold of.

Elsewhere on the weapon front, Wild Weeks have returned to see out Fortnite Season 7 and this first one is set to have a profound effect on the loot pool. From Thursday, Epic+ rarity Pistols and Assault Rifles, plus all Bolt-Action Sniper Rifles will be switched out for their sneakier variants.

Additionally, the recently added Prop-ifiers will have an increased spawn rate and more vendors around the map will begin supplying Prop Disguise services. Be careful out there, your eyes may deceive you!

A new Wild Week will begin every Thursday until the end of the season. Each one will be accompanied by a unique Legendary Quest chain to help you grind some extra XP and climb up the levels.

It’s been well over a month now since leaks first emerged that suggested the impending destruction of Coral Castle. Yet this less than popular Point of Interest has stubbornly remained until this day.

Finally however, the Aliens have commenced their abduction of Coral. In a similar fashion to Slurpy Swamp, the process will happen gradually throughout the week, with low-gravity zones and bonus chests being an interesting byproduct.

Fancy a change of pace from the standard jump off the Battle Bus, loot up and survive saga? The new Impostors game mode has you covered!

Essentially a 3D, Fortnite version of social deduction smash Among Us, this beautifully-built LTM will have you questioning everyone.

“Ensure the safety and security of The Bridge – the IO’s top secret facility – as an IO Agent… or sabotage the Imagined Order from within as a hidden Imposter.”

Available with both public or private matchmaking, Agents must complete a series of assignments while Imposters endeavor to sabotage and eliminate them. It’s up to the good guys to discern the baddies and kick them out.

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Fortnite v17.40 patch notes: New Exotic weapon, Coral Castle abducted & more

Sportskeeda 17 August, 2021 - 07:20pm

Speak to the Kymera NPC at Coral Castle to purchase the Exotic Burst Pulse Rifle for 500 gold. This Alien-made rifle fires two-round bursts when aiming down sights and has a bigger clip size than its standard counterpart. Think an AUG that shoots lasers…

The Burst Pulse Rifle is not currently available in competitive playlists but unlike other Exotics there is more than one for sale each match so it shouldn’t be too hard to get hold of.

Elsewhere on the weapon front, Wild Weeks have returned to see out Fortnite Season 7 and this first one is set to have a profound effect on the loot pool. From Thursday, Epic+ rarity Pistols and Assault Rifles, plus all Bolt-Action Sniper Rifles will be switched out for their sneakier variants.

Additionally, the recently added Prop-ifiers will have an increased spawn rate and more vendors around the map will begin supplying Prop Disguise services. Be careful out there, your eyes may deceive you!

A new Wild Week will begin every Thursday until the end of the season. Each one will be accompanied by a unique Legendary Quest chain to help you grind some extra XP and climb up the levels.

It’s been well over a month now since leaks first emerged that suggested the impending destruction of Coral Castle. Yet this less than popular Point of Interest has stubbornly remained until this day.

Finally however, the Aliens have commenced their abduction of Coral. In a similar fashion to Slurpy Swamp, the process will happen gradually throughout the week, with low-gravity zones and bonus chests being an interesting byproduct.

Fancy a change of pace from the standard jump off the Battle Bus, loot up and survive saga? The new Impostors game mode has you covered!

Essentially a 3D, Fortnite version of social deduction smash Among Us, this beautifully-built LTM will have you questioning everyone.

“Ensure the safety and security of The Bridge – the IO’s top secret facility – as an IO Agent… or sabotage the Imagined Order from within as a hidden Imposter.”

Available with both public or private matchmaking, Agents must complete a series of assignments while Imposters endeavor to sabotage and eliminate them. It’s up to the good guys to discern the baddies and kick them out.

Contact:

When is Fortnite iOS coming back? Possible Return date

PC Gamer 17 August, 2021 - 12:23pm

The iOS version of Fortnite looks to be making its return after being removed from the Apple Store, and here’s its possible return date.

Fortnite has become one of the most popular battle royale titles over the years, with a global fanbase across every platform. However, fans of the iOS version of the game have faced difficulties.

Due to a dispute between Apple, Google, and Epic Games, the game had been taken offline on iOS. Fans have been eagerly awaiting the game’s return on the platform, and they won’t have to wait much longer.

A report from Apple Insider states that Fortnite should return to iOS at some point during October 2021. Nvidia’s Aashish Patel reportedly stated that a touch-friendly version of the game would arrive around then.

The battle royale was removed from the Apple Store on August 13 as a result of Apple accusing Epic Games of violating the terms of service. The two companies have been attempting to settle the matter in court for three months now.

This has been particularly difficult for Fortnite fans on the iOS who could no longer hop into the game on that platform. Luckily, the GeForce NOW service provided by Nvidia is expected to bring it back.

Fortnite could potentially return to iOS through GeForce NOW in October. pic.twitter.com/LCM1R8nQY5

Google is also in dispute with Epic Games, which means that the Android version of the game has also suffered as a result. However, fans can still enjoy it with a workaround, which isn’t the case on iOS.

Season 7 has brought a plethora of new content, such as alien parasites and superheroes like Superman and Wonder Woman, to battle the invaders. So, it’s an exciting time to play Fortnite, and iOS players are no doubt chomping at the bit to jump back into the exciting game world.

We’ll keep checking for updates regarding the game’s return on the iOS, and be sure to check out how to complete Fortnite Season 7 Week 11 Quests.

Here’s how to update Fortnite on Nintendo Switch, and how to turn on auto updates so you never have to wait for downloads again.

It’s been a running gag that Fortnite doesn’t perform as well on the Nintendo Switch as it does on other platforms. Regardless, Epic Games makes sure that the limited hardware of the Switch doesn’t interfere with content updates.

Fortnite pushes out a major update almost every two weeks, such as the most recent 17.40 update. These content updates change various facets of the game, and you won’t be able to play the game without updating, so you need to know how to update Fortnite on the Nintendo Switch.

Every platform has a different way of updating games, and the easiest method is to have automatic updates enabled. For those who don’t have that function turned on, here’s how you can update Fortnite on the Nintendo Switch.

To update Fortnite on Nintendo Switch, start by powering on your console and navigating to the home screen. Locate the Fortnite application on your home screen or inside your game directory by selecting “All Software.”

Once you’ve found Fortnite, press the “+” button to bring up the “options” menu. Then select the “Software Update” options from the menu. Then select Via the Internet to download the latest version of Fortnite.

Alternatively, applications that have an update available should ask players when they attempt to launch the app if they wish to update.

You can check the status of the update from the Home Screen. By checking the status, you can see approximately how long the download will take.

To make sure you don’t miss out on another update, it’s always convenient to have automatic updates turned on so that you do not have to worry about how to update Fortnite on the Nintendo Switch in the future. To do so, navigate to the home screen and select System Settings on the bottom right.

When in the settings menu, scroll to the bottom of the categories and select “System.” Scroll to the bottom once again, and one of the last options is called “Auto-Update Software.” Make sure this is turned on.

If a player is connected to the internet, their console is on or in rest mode, and they have enough storage, software updates will automatically download and install.

For more Fortnite, check out this guide on the best controller settings and stay tuned for more news and guides.

Here’s where to find a can of vintage cat food in Craggy Cliffs or Catty Corner for Fortnite’s Week 11 Legendary Quests.

Fortnite Season 7 is drawing to a close, with the 17.40 update kickstarting the 11th week of the season. Along with the new Among Us-inspired Impostors mode, there’s also a new batch of Weekly Legendary and Epic Quests to complete.

These offer players a ton of XP towards finishing the Season 7 Battle Pass, so are well worth your time. One Legendary Quest asks players to collect a can of vintage cat food in Craggy Cliffs or Catty Corner, so here’s where to find them.

Luckily, you only need to collect one can of vintage cat food to complete the Week 11 Legendary Quests. They’ll be glowing blue, so simply approach one and press the interact button to collect it.

You can do this Week 11 Quest in either Craggy Cliffs or Catty Corner, so take your pick depending on where you end up or the Battle Bus line.

Here are some guaranteed spawn locations for the cans of vintage cat food in Season 7, Week 11.

There will likely be more around Craggy Cliffs, but these are three you can easily access when trying to complete the Legendary Quests.

Again, there may be more cans of vintage cat food around Catty Corner, but these are three accessible cans to quickly complete the Week 11 Quest.

Make sure you complete these challenges ahead of Week 12, as the Legendary Quests are only available for a week at a time. Also, make sure to finish any missed Quests from Week 10.

Here’s every Fortnite Season 7 Week 11 Legendary and Epic Quest with some handy guides on how to complete them.

As Fortnite Season 7 draws to a close, Epic Games have given players another content-rich update with the 17.40 patch, but a new week also introduces more Weekly Quests to complete. These offer players a ton of bonus XP towards completing the Battle Pass, so are well worth your time.

We’re now in Week 11 of Season 7, so we’ve got every Quest as well as some top tips on how to complete them.

Fortnite Season 7’s Week 11 Quests launch on Wednesday, August 18, at 7 AM PT / 10 AM ET / 3 PM BST. These only last for a week, so you’ll need to complete them all before Week 12 on August 25.

Here’s the full list of Week 11 Legendary Quests:

Week 11’s Legendary Quests are simple for the most part and can be completed naturally as you play. But as with every week, you must first get Slone’s orders, and you can check out our guide on where to find the Payphones.

Make sure you catch five fish and hit trees to quickly harvest the 250 wood. And while you’re playing, make sure to stop by Dirty Docks so you can find and talk to Joey.

We’ll have separate guides for the more tricky Quests such as collecting vintage cat food and a vase of flowers.

Fortnite Season 7’s Week 11 Epic Quests go live exactly 24 hours after the Legendary, on Thursday, August 19. You’ll have until the end of the season to complete these challenges.

Here’s the full list of Week 11 Epic Quests:

Fortnite’s Week 11 Epic Quests are quite straightforward, but you’ll need to go out of your way to complete them. Fortunately, three of the challenges can be completed in one go:

The rest of the quests aren’t too challenging, simply hop into a Saucer and fly around until you travel 2000 meters, and carry a Recon Scanner then use it on Infected Wildlife or a Trespasser.

Alien Biomes can be found in Holly Hatchery, so try to land here to deal some quick damage. And the equipment in the IO radar dishes should be active once the Quests go live, but we’ll update you once we have confirmation.

For more Fortnite, check out how to win and complete the challenges for the new Impostors Mode.

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How to update Fortnite on Nintendo Switch

CharlieINTEL.com 17 August, 2021 - 12:11pm

Here’s how to update Fortnite on Nintendo Switch, and how to turn on auto updates so you never have to wait for downloads again.

It’s been a running gag that Fortnite doesn’t perform as well on the Nintendo Switch as it does on other platforms. Regardless, Epic Games makes sure that the limited hardware of the Switch doesn’t interfere with content updates.

Fortnite pushes out a major update almost every two weeks, such as the most recent 17.40 update. These content updates change various facets of the game, and you won’t be able to play the game without updating, so you need to know how to update Fortnite on the Nintendo Switch.

Every platform has a different way of updating games, and the easiest method is to have automatic updates enabled. For those who don’t have that function turned on, here’s how you can update Fortnite on the Nintendo Switch.

To update Fortnite on Nintendo Switch, start by powering on your console and navigating to the home screen. Locate the Fortnite application on your home screen or inside your game directory by selecting “All Software.”

Once you’ve found Fortnite, press the “+” button to bring up the “options” menu. Then select the “Software Update” options from the menu. Then select Via the Internet to download the latest version of Fortnite.

Alternatively, applications that have an update available should ask players when they attempt to launch the app if they wish to update.

You can check the status of the update from the Home Screen. By checking the status, you can see approximately how long the download will take.

To make sure you don’t miss out on another update, it’s always convenient to have automatic updates turned on so that you do not have to worry about how to update Fortnite on the Nintendo Switch in the future. To do so, navigate to the home screen and select System Settings on the bottom right.

When in the settings menu, scroll to the bottom of the categories and select “System.” Scroll to the bottom once again, and one of the last options is called “Auto-Update Software.” Make sure this is turned on.

If a player is connected to the internet, their console is on or in rest mode, and they have enough storage, software updates will automatically download and install.

For more Fortnite, check out this guide on the best controller settings and stay tuned for more news and guides.

The iOS version of Fortnite looks to be making its return after being removed from the Apple Store, and here’s its possible return date.

Fortnite has become one of the most popular battle royale titles over the years, with a global fanbase across every platform. However, fans of the iOS version of the game have faced difficulties.

Due to a dispute between Apple, Google, and Epic Games, the game had been taken offline on iOS. Fans have been eagerly awaiting the game’s return on the platform, and they won’t have to wait much longer.

A report from Apple Insider states that Fortnite should return to iOS at some point during October 2021. Nvidia’s Aashish Patel reportedly stated that a touch-friendly version of the game would arrive around then.

The battle royale was removed from the Apple Store on August 13 as a result of Apple accusing Epic Games of violating the terms of service. The two companies have been attempting to settle the matter in court for three months now.

This has been particularly difficult for Fortnite fans on the iOS who could no longer hop into the game on that platform. Luckily, the GeForce NOW service provided by Nvidia is expected to bring it back.

Fortnite could potentially return to iOS through GeForce NOW in October. pic.twitter.com/LCM1R8nQY5

Google is also in dispute with Epic Games, which means that the Android version of the game has also suffered as a result. However, fans can still enjoy it with a workaround, which isn’t the case on iOS.

Season 7 has brought a plethora of new content, such as alien parasites and superheroes like Superman and Wonder Woman, to battle the invaders. So, it’s an exciting time to play Fortnite, and iOS players are no doubt chomping at the bit to jump back into the exciting game world.

We’ll keep checking for updates regarding the game’s return on the iOS, and be sure to check out how to complete Fortnite Season 7 Week 11 Quests.

Here’s where to find a can of vintage cat food in Craggy Cliffs or Catty Corner for Fortnite’s Week 11 Legendary Quests.

Fortnite Season 7 is drawing to a close, with the 17.40 update kickstarting the 11th week of the season. Along with the new Among Us-inspired Impostors mode, there’s also a new batch of Weekly Legendary and Epic Quests to complete.

These offer players a ton of XP towards finishing the Season 7 Battle Pass, so are well worth your time. One Legendary Quest asks players to collect a can of vintage cat food in Craggy Cliffs or Catty Corner, so here’s where to find them.

Luckily, you only need to collect one can of vintage cat food to complete the Week 11 Legendary Quests. They’ll be glowing blue, so simply approach one and press the interact button to collect it.

You can do this Week 11 Quest in either Craggy Cliffs or Catty Corner, so take your pick depending on where you end up or the Battle Bus line.

Here are some guaranteed spawn locations for the cans of vintage cat food in Season 7, Week 11.

There will likely be more around Craggy Cliffs, but these are three you can easily access when trying to complete the Legendary Quests.

Again, there may be more cans of vintage cat food around Catty Corner, but these are three accessible cans to quickly complete the Week 11 Quest.

Make sure you complete these challenges ahead of Week 12, as the Legendary Quests are only available for a week at a time. Also, make sure to finish any missed Quests from Week 10.

Here’s every Fortnite Season 7 Week 11 Legendary and Epic Quest with some handy guides on how to complete them.

As Fortnite Season 7 draws to a close, Epic Games have given players another content-rich update with the 17.40 patch, but a new week also introduces more Weekly Quests to complete. These offer players a ton of bonus XP towards completing the Battle Pass, so are well worth your time.

We’re now in Week 11 of Season 7, so we’ve got every Quest as well as some top tips on how to complete them.

Fortnite Season 7’s Week 11 Quests launch on Wednesday, August 18, at 7 AM PT / 10 AM ET / 3 PM BST. These only last for a week, so you’ll need to complete them all before Week 12 on August 25.

Here’s the full list of Week 11 Legendary Quests:

Week 11’s Legendary Quests are simple for the most part and can be completed naturally as you play. But as with every week, you must first get Slone’s orders, and you can check out our guide on where to find the Payphones.

Make sure you catch five fish and hit trees to quickly harvest the 250 wood. And while you’re playing, make sure to stop by Dirty Docks so you can find and talk to Joey.

We’ll have separate guides for the more tricky Quests such as collecting vintage cat food and a vase of flowers.

Fortnite Season 7’s Week 11 Epic Quests go live exactly 24 hours after the Legendary, on Thursday, August 19. You’ll have until the end of the season to complete these challenges.

Here’s the full list of Week 11 Epic Quests:

Fortnite’s Week 11 Epic Quests are quite straightforward, but you’ll need to go out of your way to complete them. Fortunately, three of the challenges can be completed in one go:

The rest of the quests aren’t too challenging, simply hop into a Saucer and fly around until you travel 2000 meters, and carry a Recon Scanner then use it on Infected Wildlife or a Trespasser.

Alien Biomes can be found in Holly Hatchery, so try to land here to deal some quick damage. And the equipment in the IO radar dishes should be active once the Quests go live, but we’ll update you once we have confirmation.

For more Fortnite, check out how to win and complete the challenges for the new Impostors Mode.

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Screen Rant 17 August, 2021 - 12:11pm

Here’s how to update Fortnite on Nintendo Switch, and how to turn on auto updates so you never have to wait for downloads again.

It’s been a running gag that Fortnite doesn’t perform as well on the Nintendo Switch as it does on other platforms. Regardless, Epic Games makes sure that the limited hardware of the Switch doesn’t interfere with content updates.

Fortnite pushes out a major update almost every two weeks, such as the most recent 17.40 update. These content updates change various facets of the game, and you won’t be able to play the game without updating, so you need to know how to update Fortnite on the Nintendo Switch.

Every platform has a different way of updating games, and the easiest method is to have automatic updates enabled. For those who don’t have that function turned on, here’s how you can update Fortnite on the Nintendo Switch.

To update Fortnite on Nintendo Switch, start by powering on your console and navigating to the home screen. Locate the Fortnite application on your home screen or inside your game directory by selecting “All Software.”

Once you’ve found Fortnite, press the “+” button to bring up the “options” menu. Then select the “Software Update” options from the menu. Then select Via the Internet to download the latest version of Fortnite.

Alternatively, applications that have an update available should ask players when they attempt to launch the app if they wish to update.

You can check the status of the update from the Home Screen. By checking the status, you can see approximately how long the download will take.

To make sure you don’t miss out on another update, it’s always convenient to have automatic updates turned on so that you do not have to worry about how to update Fortnite on the Nintendo Switch in the future. To do so, navigate to the home screen and select System Settings on the bottom right.

When in the settings menu, scroll to the bottom of the categories and select “System.” Scroll to the bottom once again, and one of the last options is called “Auto-Update Software.” Make sure this is turned on.

If a player is connected to the internet, their console is on or in rest mode, and they have enough storage, software updates will automatically download and install.

For more Fortnite, check out this guide on the best controller settings and stay tuned for more news and guides.

The iOS version of Fortnite looks to be making its return after being removed from the Apple Store, and here’s its possible return date.

Fortnite has become one of the most popular battle royale titles over the years, with a global fanbase across every platform. However, fans of the iOS version of the game have faced difficulties.

Due to a dispute between Apple, Google, and Epic Games, the game had been taken offline on iOS. Fans have been eagerly awaiting the game’s return on the platform, and they won’t have to wait much longer.

A report from Apple Insider states that Fortnite should return to iOS at some point during October 2021. Nvidia’s Aashish Patel reportedly stated that a touch-friendly version of the game would arrive around then.

The battle royale was removed from the Apple Store on August 13 as a result of Apple accusing Epic Games of violating the terms of service. The two companies have been attempting to settle the matter in court for three months now.

This has been particularly difficult for Fortnite fans on the iOS who could no longer hop into the game on that platform. Luckily, the GeForce NOW service provided by Nvidia is expected to bring it back.

Fortnite could potentially return to iOS through GeForce NOW in October. pic.twitter.com/LCM1R8nQY5

Google is also in dispute with Epic Games, which means that the Android version of the game has also suffered as a result. However, fans can still enjoy it with a workaround, which isn’t the case on iOS.

Season 7 has brought a plethora of new content, such as alien parasites and superheroes like Superman and Wonder Woman, to battle the invaders. So, it’s an exciting time to play Fortnite, and iOS players are no doubt chomping at the bit to jump back into the exciting game world.

We’ll keep checking for updates regarding the game’s return on the iOS, and be sure to check out how to complete Fortnite Season 7 Week 11 Quests.

Here’s where to find a can of vintage cat food in Craggy Cliffs or Catty Corner for Fortnite’s Week 11 Legendary Quests.

Fortnite Season 7 is drawing to a close, with the 17.40 update kickstarting the 11th week of the season. Along with the new Among Us-inspired Impostors mode, there’s also a new batch of Weekly Legendary and Epic Quests to complete.

These offer players a ton of XP towards finishing the Season 7 Battle Pass, so are well worth your time. One Legendary Quest asks players to collect a can of vintage cat food in Craggy Cliffs or Catty Corner, so here’s where to find them.

Luckily, you only need to collect one can of vintage cat food to complete the Week 11 Legendary Quests. They’ll be glowing blue, so simply approach one and press the interact button to collect it.

You can do this Week 11 Quest in either Craggy Cliffs or Catty Corner, so take your pick depending on where you end up or the Battle Bus line.

Here are some guaranteed spawn locations for the cans of vintage cat food in Season 7, Week 11.

There will likely be more around Craggy Cliffs, but these are three you can easily access when trying to complete the Legendary Quests.

Again, there may be more cans of vintage cat food around Catty Corner, but these are three accessible cans to quickly complete the Week 11 Quest.

Make sure you complete these challenges ahead of Week 12, as the Legendary Quests are only available for a week at a time. Also, make sure to finish any missed Quests from Week 10.

Here’s every Fortnite Season 7 Week 11 Legendary and Epic Quest with some handy guides on how to complete them.

As Fortnite Season 7 draws to a close, Epic Games have given players another content-rich update with the 17.40 patch, but a new week also introduces more Weekly Quests to complete. These offer players a ton of bonus XP towards completing the Battle Pass, so are well worth your time.

We’re now in Week 11 of Season 7, so we’ve got every Quest as well as some top tips on how to complete them.

Fortnite Season 7’s Week 11 Quests launch on Wednesday, August 18, at 7 AM PT / 10 AM ET / 3 PM BST. These only last for a week, so you’ll need to complete them all before Week 12 on August 25.

Here’s the full list of Week 11 Legendary Quests:

Week 11’s Legendary Quests are simple for the most part and can be completed naturally as you play. But as with every week, you must first get Slone’s orders, and you can check out our guide on where to find the Payphones.

Make sure you catch five fish and hit trees to quickly harvest the 250 wood. And while you’re playing, make sure to stop by Dirty Docks so you can find and talk to Joey.

We’ll have separate guides for the more tricky Quests such as collecting vintage cat food and a vase of flowers.

Fortnite Season 7’s Week 11 Epic Quests go live exactly 24 hours after the Legendary, on Thursday, August 19. You’ll have until the end of the season to complete these challenges.

Here’s the full list of Week 11 Epic Quests:

Fortnite’s Week 11 Epic Quests are quite straightforward, but you’ll need to go out of your way to complete them. Fortunately, three of the challenges can be completed in one go:

The rest of the quests aren’t too challenging, simply hop into a Saucer and fly around until you travel 2000 meters, and carry a Recon Scanner then use it on Infected Wildlife or a Trespasser.

Alien Biomes can be found in Holly Hatchery, so try to land here to deal some quick damage. And the equipment in the IO radar dishes should be active once the Quests go live, but we’ll update you once we have confirmation.

For more Fortnite, check out how to win and complete the challenges for the new Impostors Mode.

The iOS version of Fortnite looks to be making its return after being removed from the Apple Store, and here's...

Here's how to update Fortnite on Nintendo Switch, and how to turn on auto updates so you never have to...

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Fortnite Update 17.40 Patch Notes: Check Down Time, Imposters Mode, Wild Week details here

Republic World 17 August, 2021 - 07:00am

Epic Games has released its latest Fortnite update to bring in new game modes and minor fixes. With this 17.40 update, the developers have introduced a new Fortnite imposters mode similar to the basics of the classic multiplayer game, Among Us. Other changes like abducting Fortnite Coral Castle in the game and brand new Epic and Legendary weapons have also been added to this Battle Royale game. The players are curious to learn more about this Fortnite update. Here is all the information on the internet about the latest changes made by Epic Games. Read more 

Fortnite servers were taken down for some time to upload this latest update to the game. Epic Games have now confirmed that this Fortnite server downtime has ended. Epic Games has listed a set of Fortnite 17.40 patch notes on their official website. They made several changes like fixing issues with Chug Cannons,  Cosmic Chests, Prop Disguise services and the Free Guy Quest. These were required after the players started posting their Fortnite bug experiences on their social media handles. The new game Among Us game mode in Fortnite was confirmed to be released soon. Thus, adding these minor rectifications to the Fortnite 17.40 update is certainly a great idea to improve the players' gaming experience. Apart from this, there is also the latest Fortnite Week 10 challenges currently live in the game. 

All New v17.40 Fortnite Leaked Skins & Cosmetics | Fortnite Insider

PC Gamer 17 August, 2021 - 04:04am

Epic Games are always updating Fortnite to try and keep the game entertaining and fresh for gamers. There are many new items/weapons that have been added this season with the alien invasion which has definitely changed the gameplay. The v17.40 Fortnite update is now available to download and there are a few old and new LTMs (Limited Time Modes) that have been added in this update, with one new mode being called the Imposter.

As with most major updates, there are some new cosmetics that have been added to the files, which includes leaked Fortnite Skins, Back Blings, Emotes, Pickaxes, Wraps, Gliders and Music Packs. There will be some cosmetics that are encrypted which will mean that leakers have difficulty accessing them. There have been some instances in the past where dataminers have been able to leak these encrypted files, so we will keep you updated if that is the case, but here are the cosmetics that have been leaked so far.

The Fortnite leaked Skins are usually the most popular cosmetic to be leaked. There are a few Skins that have been added in this update, which you can see below. Wonder Woman has also been added to the files, but we already knew what she would look like as the Wonder Woman Cup was announced where you could win the whole Wonder Woman set which includes the Skin, Golden Eagle Wings Glider, Athena’s Battleaxe, Diana’s Mantle Back Bling and DC Trinity Loading Screen. You can read more about the cup by clicking here.

Here are all of the other cosmetics that were leaked in this weeks update. Some of the Skins seen above are also in the image below, and we can also see more of the Wonder Woman cosmetics in the image below.

There is no way of knowing when these cosmetics will be seen in the Fortnite Item Shop unless Epic announce themselves when they will be made available. The prices of the cosmetics will of course vary depending on the type and rarity of each item. Will you be purchasing any of these leaked Skins? Let us know in the comments section below.

Co-founder, Lead Writer and Finance at Fortnite Insider. Khadija has been gaming for more than 10 years in her free time, playing mainly FPS and Fortnite with over 500 hours played. Khadija specializes in challenge guides and breaking news. BA (Hons) Accounting & Finance. Contact: Khadija@fortniteinsider.com

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