Fortnite season 9, week 3 challenges and landing tricks with Driftboard, Flying Disc

CNET | 5/23/2019 | Oscar Gonzalez
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For the third week of Fortnite season 9, players will partake in challenges that are more akin to the X Games.

Fortnite season 9 week 3 challenges went up Thursday. Similar to the week 2 challenges, they aren't too difficult but will take some time to complete.

Driftboards - Fortnite - Season - Island - Floating

Driftboards showed up in Fortnite season 7, and they're spread out across the island. The floating snowboards are mainly found in the southwest where most of the ice mountains are. Hop on one, look for ramp-like surface or cliff to jump off of, hit the boost and jump. While in the air, move in different directions to pull off different tricks and land to complete this challenge.

Qaudcrushers were included in Fortnite season 6. The two-seater vehicle can help players zoom across the island, but for this task, it's about getting airtime. Players can find Quadcrushers at different parts of the map, but there are multiple vehicles in Happy Hamlet, Neo Tilted and Paradise Palms. The easiest way to get the three seconds airtime for the task is to find a hill to fly off of using the vehicle's boost or simply make a long ramp structure.

Players - Quadcrusher - Challenge - Task - Baller

Ideally, players will use the Quadcrusher from the previous challenge to handle this task as well. There are also the Baller vehicles found on the island that can be used to destroy opponents' structures.. An easy way to get this task done is to wait until the storm circle begins to close in. As the circle shrinks, more and more player-made structures can be found moving to the final spot of the map. This is much better than trying to destroy a structure while fighting against another player who's building to protect themselves.

This challenge requires seven chests to be opened. Polar Peak will be a bit busy during this time...
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