Ger Fortnite's Season 8 Battle Pass Free By Doing New Overtime Challenges

Judy Cobb
February 18, 2019

Additionally, it grants owners access to an exclusive set of weekly challenges, which are crucial to levelling up the Battle Pass and getting those cosmetics quicker.

Epic's Fortnite has been very popular and beats out other battle royale titles over the past year, however, a new rival is gaining millions of players: Respawn's Apex Legends.

The only requirement to get the Battle Pass for free is to complete the Overtime Challenges. Typically costing around $10, Fortnite has made seven passes, without fail, since introducing the concept. So in order to keep players loyal to Fortnite, Epic is giving away free stuff now.

Currently, Fornite is in a post-season dullness as Season 7 is nearing its end. Get that free pass. Save your V-Bucks, this one's on us! Today, on 16th February, three new Overtime Challenges have been unlocked and are available for players to complete.

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Fortnite's 7.40 update brought a ton of new changes but it also arrived with a huge announcement for those who plan to play next season.

It's expected that new challenges will be released in waves of three over the coming days, meaning non-Battle Pass players may have to wait until at least February 22 before they have achieved what's needed for a Season 8 pass.

Play Three Duos and Place Top 15: This one shouldn't be too hard. The approach to Season 8 is no different.

What the Prisoner does not give us a clear clue on is what the theme of Season 8 will be.

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