The ’14 Days Of Fortnite’ is Back: Here’s How You Can Solve All 14 Challenges

The 12 days of Christmas may be long over, but the 14 Days of Fortnite is still rolling forward with the momentum of a speeding truck. It’s a series of challenges Fortnite players can choose to take on until the 15th of January. Needless to say, handsome rewards with Fortnite items await those who succeed. Furthermore, players who they manage to complete them all will reap even greater perks.

Without further ado, here are the fourteen challenges you should be finishing with your Fortnite account.




DAY 1 – Join a creative server. This one’s fairly easy, so there’s no need for a long explanation.

DAY 2 – Visit two giant candy canes. You don’t have to do it in one session; you just have to visit two while the challenge is still available. However, doing that can still prove to be quite tricky, as there are only four of them, and they’re all strewn about in remote locations. You’ll find one in Wailing Woods, while the other three can be found in the Iceberg biome–near Frosty Flights, Shifty Shafts, and near the border of Fatal Fields.

DAY 3 – Play 3 matches with a friend. We’re pretty sure you have friends, right? Right?

DAY 4 – Throw a snowball at players in 5 different matches. This is perhaps the easiest and the most juvenile among the challenges, so there’s no excuse not to take this up.

DAY 5 – Fly through five golden rings. There are thirteen of them and are located in: south of Frosty Flights, Haunted Hills, the abandoned villain base near Snobby Shores, south of Paradise Palms, the tower at Lonely Lodge, below the Shifty Shafts bridge, north of Salty Springs, Tomato Temple, western shore of Loot Lake, the mountain north of Happy Hamlet, Lazy Links, northwest of Polar Peak, north of Retail Row.

DAY 6 TO 10

DAY 6 – Look for six waterside goose nets. You can find them the pond near Loot Lake, the waterfall east; down the river from the previous egg, the crook northeast of crook, the northwest tree, and the waterfall to the south. There are some rocks underneath the waterfall on the southern side of Loot Lake; south of Viking Village, near the Icy River; the southwestern side of the Frozen Lake where Greasy Grove used to be; and southeast of the desert biome.

DAY 7 – Find presents and boogie bombs. You can find them in chests and supply drops.

DAY 8 – Deal damage with eight different weapons.

DAY 9 – Dance in front of 9 holiday trees.

DAY 10 – Get a quadcrasher and perform landing tricks in 10 different locations.

DAY 11 TO 14

DAY 11 – Thank the bus driver. For consoles, simply press the Down button on the D-pad. For PC, press B. Lastly, for mobile, there will be an icon at the top of your screen while on the bus, Press this to thank the driver.

DAY 12 – Destroy 12 snowflakes. You can find them in the following locations: Pleasant Park, Tilted Towers, Lazy Links, Lonely Lodge, Retail Row, Salty Springs, Fatal Fields, Paradise Palms, and Happy Hamlet.

DAY 13 – Place 13 devices on a creative island. Go to Creative Mode, then start a new server. Go to any island and place at least 13 panels of flooring, as you have to place most devices on actually built flooring instead of the ground itself. You’ve pretty much done it—you can now claim the disco wrap as a reward.

DAY 14 – Search for 14 chests.

That’s pretty much it–the 14 Days of Fortnite! Now, what are you waiting for? Go log in and finish these challenges. Better be quick about it as you only have until January 15. After that, you’ll just have to cross your fingers and hope that Epic Games will bring back this fun set of challenges with really sweet rewards!