Fortnite Birthday Cakes: Fortnite turns 3 and celebrates its birthday in style. Complete these challenges and easily earn the birthday event rewards.
September 26th marks the 3rd Birthday for Fortnite Battle Royale. To mark the occasion Epic Games have come up with a very special birthday update. Players will notice the changes in the map as Fortnite goes festive. Epic Games shared the details in a blog post here. They are also in for a treat as Fortnite have announced in-game Challenges and rewards, a new prefab for Creative Mode, and an emote just for logging in.
Let’s take a look at the Challenges below.
Fortnite’s New Birthday Challenges –
Players will be completing 4 different tasks to earn their free rewards. The challenges are fairly simple and easy and players will look to completing them quickly. Here are the Fortnite Birthday Challenges –
- Play 10 matches.
- Dance in front of 10 Birthday cakes.
- Outlast 500 opponents.
- Gain health 50 health or shield from Birthday Cake.
Fortnite Birthday Rewards –
An uncommon Big Three Spray will be awarded to players as soon as they complete ten matches. While upon finishing the ‘Dance in front of 10 cakes’ challenge a rare Cakey Wrap can be obtained. The Cupcake 3 Emoji is awarded to players who have outlasted 500 opponents. About 80,000 XP will be awarded once players gained 50 health or shield from Birthday Cakes. Players will really appreciate this reward as it will help you to level up in this seasons Battle Pass quicker.
Other than the rewards above, after logging in all players will get a Cake Back Bling sticker and an emote. This event is only available until the 1st October, so make sure you complete these challenges as soon as possible to claim all the exclusive rewards.
To find out the locations of the Birthday Cakes check out and read this article here.
Time flies on the Battle Bus. This weekend marks the 3rd Birthday for Battle Royale 🎉
To celebrate, there are treats on the Island, Challenges to unlock free rewards, a new prefab for Creative and more!
— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) September 26, 2020