Deadpool's Week 4 challenges leak in Fortnite, unlock Katanas backbling
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In Season 2 of Fortnite, Epic Games has decided to implement another set of weekly challenges. Like always with Fortnite, there are the standard challenges that release every week and reward Battle Pass XP. However, this season has added the Deadpool challenges, which reward you with a cosmetic item relating to Marvel’s anti-hero. To access these challenges, go to your Battle Pass tab in the menu and head to Deadpool’s hideout (bathroom). It’s here where you can interact with various items and see his challenges. Let’s take a look at the tasks players can expect to complete for Week 4 of Fortnite.

The Week 4 Deadpool challenges

Last week, players were tasked with finding toilets on the Fortnite island for Deadpool. This isn’t too difficult, as there are countless bathrooms across the many houses and buildings on the map.

However, for Week 4, the challenges return to being a little more trivial. Instead of finding toilets, you’ll need to find two of Deadpool’s Katanas, which are the swords on his back. There’s also a second challenge that requires you to deal 10,000 damage to opponents’ structures.

Fortnite Deadpool Katanas backbling
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Completing both of these challenges will earn you the reward for this week. Although, unlike last week’s Spray reward, this time it’s something a little more useful. If you manage to complete both of Deadpool’s challenges, you’ll unlock the Katanas Backbling, which you can take a look at below.

Fortnite Deadpool Katanas backbling

The description for the Katanas reads: “Wield with maximum effort,” which is fitting. These shouldn’t be too difficult to unlock, though dealing 10,000 damage to enemy structures can be a hassle. In regards to the Katanas location, we’ll have a guide up tomorrow going over where to find them.

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Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.