Chapter 2, Season 8 of Fortnite introduced questlines into Battle Royale, a feature that was in Save The World ever since its release. One of the questlines, Surf Turf, is all about Scuba Jonesy, a Snapshot of Agent Jones introduced in Chapter 2, Season 3. You can begin the questline by talking to Scuba Jonesy in the shores right above Coral Cove.
Swim At Both Lake Canoe And Lazy Lake (2)
Accept Dialogue: It’s surf ‘n turf time, baby! Let’s scope out the local fishing scene.
Guide: Lake Canoe is the big pond right above Lazy Lake, and to swim by Lazy Lake, you have to swim in the river to the left of it.
Complete Dialogue: Thanks for the added pair of eyes.
Reward: 12,000 XP and 20 Bars
Submerge A Driven Vehicle Into A Large Body Of Water (1)
Accept Dialogue: We’ll catch more with a lure… Like a new coral bed for the fishies.
Guide: Large bodies of water usually consists of oceans, so I recommend going over to Flushed Factory and driving a truck off the rails and submerege the vehicle.
Complete Dialogue: That’ll make for some happy fish. Now let’s catch some!
Reward: 14,000 XP and 25 Bars
Throw A Fish Back In The Water (1)
Accept Dialogue: Let the little ones go …so we can eat them later!
Guide: This one should be easy. Just catch a fish with a fishing rod, then toss it back in the seas.
Complete Dialogue: Yup yup, big fish are best for our super supper.
Reward: 16,000 XP and 30 Bars
Hunt Wildlife (1)
Accept Dialogue: We need some turf for our surf ‘n turf!
Guide: This most common wildlife you will find are frogs, which can be found near rivers, but there are also raptors, chickens, boars, wolves and crows that you can casually kill.
Complete Dialogue: The menu’s set! Appreciate the help.
Reward: 18,000 XP and 40 Bars
Consume A Fish And A Meat In A Single Match (2)
Accept Dialogue: Let’s eat! A good day’s catch is its own reward.
Guide: Most eliminated wildlife drop meat, and fish can be easily obtained via freezers or churning fishing spots.
Chapter 2, Season 8 of Fortnite introduced questlines into Battle Royale, a feature that was in Save The World ever since its release. One of the questlines, New Brew, is all about Baba Yaga, the mysterious witch from Chapter 2, Season 4. You can begin the questline by talking to Baba Yaga in Shanty Town.
Mark A Medkit, A Bandage And A Small Shield Potion (3)
Accept Dialogue: Young one, help me improve my healing potions. How do you heal?
Guide: These items are commonly found in chests and supply drops, and to complete the first quest, you need to mark them.
Complete Dialogue: Odd… none of these have any teeth in them. Ha!
Reward: 12,000 XP and 20 Bars
Use Any Of The Services Of A Mending Machine (1)
Accept Dialogue: Perhaps I have something to learn about the mass market.
Guide: Mending machines were added last season and appear around gas stations and other industrial/residential areas. They give you ammo and healing items, so purchasing any of their items completes the quest for you.
Complete Dialogue: Ha! That cute little goat box is on to something!
Reward: 14,000 XP and 25 Bars
Consume Foraged Items (3)
Accept Dialogue: The natural world will provide a solution. Test them for me!
Guide: Foraged items essentially means food, and stuff like apples and mushrooms can be found in areas like Weeping Woods or the Orchard.
Complete Dialogue: A dash of that… a pinch of this… Still missing something.
Reward: 16,000 XP and 30 Bars
Restore Health With A Fish (1)
Accept Dialogue: I think this brew needs some healing umami notes.
Guide: Fish is obtained via fishing, and most fish give you health or shield if consumed. So maybe tick some health off and eat a couple floppers, and that should do the trick.
Complete Dialogue: Ha! Lovely! Yet it still needs more gusto?
Reward: 18,000 XP and 40 Bars
Use A Bandage Or A Medkit In The Sideways (1)
Accept Dialogue: Ah! I know where my tonic’s final ingredient lies. The Sideways!
Guide: Sideways zones spawn randomly every match, but are marked on the map. There lie the Cube monsters, which are very hostile. This means that you can easily patch yourself up inside the Sideways.
Complete Dialogue: Yes! My brew is complete. Baba Yaga, you’ve done it again! Ha!
Season 8 of Fortnite recently launched, and with it, comes Toona Fish, a new customizable outfit in the style of Kymera and Gear Specialist Maya. Toona Fish starts off as a classic, 1930s cartoon version of the Fishstick outfit (Much like the Toon Meowscles outfit), except with him, you can change the color of his legs, arms, gloves, head, hat and even equip edit styles based off pre-existing Fortnite outfits. To unlock these edit styles and customization options, you will need to find color bottles across the map and open chests for rainbow ink.
To unlock the Knightly Crimson color, you need to visit Fort Crumpet, the decaying castle near Believer Beach. If you collect all 3 bottles and 10 rainbow ink, you can unlock the Red Knight edit style too!
Color #2: Y-Labs Magneta
To unlock the Y-Labs Magneta color, you need to visit Misty Meadows. If you collect all 3 bottles and 10 rainbow ink, you can unlock the Lexa edit style too!
Color #3: Cuddly Pink
To unlock the Cuddly Pink color, you need to visit Steamy Stacks. If you collect all 3 bottles and 10 rainbow ink, you can unlock the Cuddle Team Leader edit style too!
Color #4: Ruby Red
To unlock the Ruby Red color, you need to visit Lockie’s Lighthouse, the lighthouse north of Coral Castle. If you collect all 3 bottles and 10 rainbow ink, you can unlock the Ruby edit style too!
Color #5: Renegade Red
To unlock the Renegade Red color, you need to visit Boney Burbs. If you collect all 3 bottles and 10 rainbow ink, you can unlock the Renegade Raider edit style too!
Color #6: Pumpkin Orange
To unlock the Pumpkin Orange color, you need to visit The Orchard, the farm north of Corny Crops. If you collect all 3 bottles and 10 rainbow ink, you can unlock the Punk edit style too!
Color #7: Midas Gold
To unlock the Midas Gold color, you need to visit Catty Corner. If you collect all 3 bottles and 10 rainbow ink, you can unlock the Midas edit style too!
Color #8: Desert Sand
To unlock the Desert Sand color, you need to visit the massive Mothership wreckage west of Pleasant Park. If you collect all 3 bottles and 10 rainbow ink, you can unlock the Scorpion edit style too!
Color #9: Banana Yellow
To unlock the Banana Yellow color, you need to visit the Rainbow Rentals POI south of Holly Hedges, by the beach. If you collect all 3 bottles and 10 rainbow ink, you can unlock the Peely edit style too!
Color #10: Leafy Green
To unlock the Leafy Green color, you need to visit the jungle north of Pleasant Park – Stealthy Stronghold. If you collect all 3 bottles and 10 rainbow ink, you can unlock the Bushranger edit style too!
Color #11: Recruit Green
To unlock the Recruit Green color, you need to visit Weeping Woods. If you collect all 3 bottles and 10 rainbow ink, you can unlock the Jonesy edit style too!
Color #12: Codename G.R.N
To unlock the Codename G.R.N color, you need to visit Corny Crops. If you collect all 3 bottles and 10 rainbow ink, you can unlock the Codename E.L.F edit style too!
Color #13: Ghoulish Green
To unlock the Ghoulish Green color, you need to visit Shanty Town, the abandoned village near Sludgy Swamp. If you collect all 3 bottles and 10 rainbow ink, you can unlock the Ghoul Trooper edit style too!
Color #14: Slurp Turquoise
To unlock the Slurp Turquoise color, you need to visit Sludgy Swamp. If you collect all 3 bottles and 10 rainbow ink, you can unlock the Rippley edit style too!
Color #15: Diamond Blue
To unlock the Diamond Blue color, you need to visit Gorgeous Gorge, the natural waterfall near Lazy Lake. If you collect all 3 bottles and 10 rainbow ink, you can unlock the Diamond Diva edit style too!
Color #16: Frozen Blue
To unlock the Frozen Blue color, you need to visit Coral Castle. If you collect all 3 bottles and 10 rainbow ink, you can unlock the Snowheart edit style too!
Color #17: Crystalline Blue
To unlock the Crystalline Blue color, you need to visit the Mothership wreckage near Dirty Docks. If you collect all 3 bottles and 10 rainbow ink, you can unlock the Crystal edit style too!
Color #18: Brite Purple
To unlock the Brite Purple color, you need to visit Retail Row. If you collect all 3 bottles and 10 rainbow ink, you can unlock the Brite Bomber edit style too!
Color #19: Mezmerising Violet
To unlock the Mezmerising Violet color, you need to visit the Mothership wreckage south of Believer Beach. If you collect all 3 bottles and 10 rainbow ink, you can unlock the Mezmer edit style too!
Color #20: Robotic Grey
To unlock the Robotic Grey color, you need to visit the Destroyed Dish landmark near Dirty Docks. If you collect all 3 bottles and 10 rainbow ink, you can unlock the A.I.M edit style too!
Color #21: Stone Grey
To unlock the Stone Grey color, you need to visit the highest area in the game, Mount F8, east of Misty Meadows. If you collect all 3 bottles and 10 rainbow ink, you can unlock the Love Ranger edit style too!
Season 8 is dangerously close to release, and Epic has gone quiet after the Operation: Sky Fire event, which ended on a cliffhanger, bringing the Cube from Chapter 1 back into the game. Small teasers and hints have been released, and in this guide, we go over all the rumors, leaks and teasers involving Chapter 2, Season 8 of Fortnite.
Season 8 is slated for release on September 13, 2021, tomorrow, 12 hours after Sky Fire.
So, apparently there’s going to be a horse outfit next season: Fabio Sparklemane.
More Anime-esque Outfits?
Some sort of Russian chimp??
A video has released showing small bits of the changed map, as well as showing off a potential Carnage outfit.
We have only a few more days left until the launch of Fortnite’s eighth season, which means that there is some finishing up to be done before we head into the next season – whether is be related to cosmetics, XP, V-Bucks or the game itself. Most of these special items/locations/cosmetics will be gone by the time Season 8 launches. In this guide, we go over all you need to do before Season 8 arrives.
Finish Up Your Battle Pass – Your Battle Pass level will be reset next season, so finish up the Battle Pass to unlock the Rick Sanchez outfit and use any other Battle Stars for bonus rewards and enlightened of the Battle Pass outfits. Try to also unlock the Kymera styles by collecting Alien Artifacts, complete the Superman quests to unlock Clark Kent and the Epic quests to unlock Clark’s cosmetics and styles.
Secure Your V-Bucks – Next season’s Battle Pass costs 950 V-Bucks, and around 2,500 for the Battle Bundle, so be sure to have enough V-Bucks at hand when Season 8 launches.
Spend All Your Bars – Your bars will be reset next season, so it’s probably a good idea to spend them all before the season begins. Plus, a new Legendary quest was added which had Human Bill offer you to spend a bunch of gold in exchange for XP, so there’s really no excuse. Bars can be used to purchase exotic weapons and hire characters.
Talk To Every Character – Characters can be found all over the map, and there’s a big collection book where you can find information on each one. Their descriptions are only readable if you talk to them and if you talk to every one, you get an achievement!
Try Out New Weapons/Items – Season 7 introduced new IO tech like the Pulse Rifle and Rail Gun, as well as Alien weapons like the Kymera Ray Gun and Alien Nanites.
Win And Unlock The Seasonal Umbrella – This season’s seasonal victory umbrella is the Invasion Umbrella, which you unlock from winning in Solos, Duos, Squads or LTMs like Tilted Taxis, Solid Gold, Arsenal, etc. (Not Team Rumble)
We got another Epic Vs. Apple court case hearing today, which should serve as one of the final hearings for a while. Some details were revealed by The Verge and iFireMonkey on Twitter.
This order was also released recently:
Apple is permanently restrained and enjoined from prohibiting developers from including in their apps and their metadata buttons, external links, or other calls to action that direct customers to purchasing mechanisms, in addition to In-App Purchasing and communicating with customers through points of contact obtained voluntarily from customers through account registration within the app.
To sum it up, Apple is no longer allowed to prohibit developers from using third-party payment systems, which was the main reason why Fortnite was banned from the App Store in the first place. This is a pretty big deal for other game developers looking to have their games on iOS operating systems and making a good chunk of money from it. Epic CEO Tim Sweeney was not a fan of the new changes, however, claiming that the new rule still was not fair for game developers or consumers.
Fortnite has not returned to the App Store just yet, but Sweeney has mentioned that it will when both Apple and Epic payment systems can coexist at the same time.
Chapter 2, Season 7 is nearing it’s final moments, and with the Operation: Sky Fire live event mere days away, the community’s hype for Season 8 is growing steadily. Like with Season 5, 6, and 7, a lot of information is under wraps, so a lot of the speculation here consists of rumors and leaks, leaving a lot of room for theorizing. Will the Foundation return in any way to enact revenge on IO? Will we see massive pyramids and ancient heroes or will we see the return of an old friend from Chapter 1? All of this and more are answered in this guide.
Season 8 Release
Season 8 is slated for release on September 13, 2021, ending Season 7 with the Sky Fire event. The event should bring us into downtime for at least 12 hours like what happened with Season 5, which means the update won’t go live until the morning of September 13.
Leaks from various leakers in the community (Including @HYPEX) have stated that pyramids and cactus consumables will be making their way to the game in Season 8. An Egyptian theme for next season will be a complete shift in tone from the science fiction nature of Season 7, but it seems entirely possible.
Spooky/Darkness Season? The Cube?
Recently, an unknown insider has been revealing things about the game: Things like Ariana Grande coming to the game for a crossover, or the Suicide Squad coming over with the Bloodsport outfit. A new leak claims that the Cube will return, along with the Sideways, a new feature that will reportedly be a parallel dimension, kind of like the Upside Down from Netflix’s Stranger Things. An older loading screen from 3 years ago suggests that the Upside Down is the reflection shown on the right side of the screen, the one with Dark Bomber. This could tie into a spooky season, especially with all of the “First Shadows” stuff the Fortnite Crew is doing.
Chapter 1 Connections?
At first, people theorized that the Chapter 1 and 2 seasons had some sort of connection between them. C1S1 and C2S1 were plain and simple, being about a fresh start. C1S2 and C2S2 were rather different, but C1S3 and C2S3 had space-themed elements in them. C1S4 and C2S4 is where the theory goes into overdrive, as both seasons involved superheroes and a genius coming from another world to build a device (The Visitor and Tony Stark). C1S5 and C2S5 both focused on deserts and worlds colliding, and C1S6/C2S6 had some minor similarities. Both had wolves, castle-like structures, corrupted people and a landmark where the Zero Point was. C2S7 is where the theory dies out, as the two seasons have little similarities. Both have a massive group of people (A.I.M soldiers and aliens) arriving onto the Island and feature a crossover with a pop music sensation (Marshmello and Ariana Grande) but other than that, there’s not much both Season 7s had in common. Hopefully Chapter 2, Season 8 revives the theory, and features some elements from Chapter 1, Season 8, like pirates, ancient civilizations and walking bananas.
Every season since Chapter 2, Season 2 (Season 12) has seen a collaboration outfit taking the role of the secret outfit. Season 12 had Deadpool, 13 had Aquaman, 14 had Wolverine, 15 had Predator, 16 had Neymar Jr. and 17 had Clark Kent/Superman. We’re not entirely sure who the secret outfit for Season 18 is, but seeing how we have rumors that Naruto’s coming to the game, we could see him be available as the bonus character.
Operation: Skyfire is the official name for the live event to cap off Fortnite Season 7, which should take us to the skies to bomb the Mothership. This event will be on September 12, at 4 PM ET and will focus on the climax of the conflict between IO and the Last Reality, which should lead into Season 8.
There are no official updates or delays as of September 3.
After Raz’s abuse of the Spire’s power attracted the attention of the Last Reality, an alien race, Doctor Slone has arrived on the Island to gather operatives (Including us, the player) to spy on the aliens, mindwipe citizens and investigate suspicious activity. While the IO have been doing this, the Last Reality have been abducting POIs and scanning Loopers’ memories, which forced Slone to build a bomb to destroy the Mothership with.
Time, Date And Location
The event will be on September 12, at 4 PM ET. Time zones are listed below.
In collaboration with TIME’s The March digital exhibition, Fortnite: Creative’s community has recreated the city of Washington D.C. to allow players to experience Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech and educate themselves on civil rights. The experience also contains museum points of interest and quests you can complete with others, as well as a free spray based off the fateful event on 1963.