14 Days of Fortnite limited-time extension begins
After a rather confusion case of miscommunication between Epic Games and the players; the 14 Days of Fortnite event extension has officially began.
On January 2nd, 2019 – Epic Games announced that players would be compensated with the Equalizer Glider due to their miscommunication of when the 14 Days of Fortnite Challenges would end.
On January 4th, Epic Games followed up their previous announcement by giving players another chance to complete any of the Challenges they may have missed due to their mistake.
We communicated an incorrect end date for the 14 Days of Fortnite event and didn’t feel the Equalizer Glider compensation was the right approach.
We’ve decided to bring back this event next week through January 15 at 3 AM ET(0800 UTC).
More Details: https://t.co/zOGmL3vDtj
— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) January 4, 2019
As of January 7th, the Challenges have officially gone live once again and are available to complete for all players! Sean Hamilton of Epic Games took to /r/FortniteBR to announce this…
14 Days of Fortnite has been extended for a limited time!
For the next week, drop in and complete any Challenges you may have missed out on to earn in-game rewards.
Check out FortniteINTEL’s guides to each Challenge below:
- Day 1 – Creative Mode
- Day 2 – Visit Candy Canes
- Day 3 – Play Matches With Friends
- Day 4 – Hit players with Snowball
- Day 5 – Fly an X4-Stormwing through golden rings
- Day 6 – Search waterside Goose Nests
- Day 7 – Use Boogie Bombs or Presents
- Day 8 – Damage opponents with Different Weapons
- Day 9 – Dance in front of Holiday Trees
- Day 10 – Land a trick in different named locations
- Day 11 – Thank the Bus Driver
- Day 12 – Destroy snowflake decorations
- Day 13 – Place devices in Creative
- Day 14 – Search chests
What are your thoughts on this situation, was re-opening the Challenges a worthy compensation for all of the hassle?