Week 2 of the weekly challenges in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 4 are here and as expected, some are linked to the chrome on the island. One challenge in particular tasks players with eliminating opponents while chromed, which sounds easy on paper but it may be the most annoying objective given out this week.
Most of the other challenges are based on dealing damage or simply emoting at the correctly marked location. Eliminating opponents is already a challenge, but adding the chrome is even more of a hurdle. This guide will go over what the challenge means and the easiest way to complete it.
Fortnite Week 3 - How to Eliminate Opponents While Chromed
To complete this challenge, the most important aspect is making sure you're chromed before jumping into some action. Chrome is the main theme of the season, and just like many of the points of interest on the map, you can cover yourself in the liquid metal. But you'll need the right item to do so.
Simply walking through chromed walls won't be enough to make the liquid metal last. Instead, you'll need some of the Chrome Splash items that are scattered around the Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 4 island. These are considered Epic rarity and they are part of the chest or floor loot pool in the game. So far, it seems like the item appears more in areas that are covered in chrome.
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Once you have a Chrome Splash item in your inventory, it's almost time to go for eliminations. You may want to try and stack a full eight splashes before you try to complete the Week 2 challenge, but it's not required. One pickup will have four splashes, which is enough in theory.
You'll need a total of three eliminations while chromed to complete the challenge entirely, so buckle in. The best method is to wait until you have a target in sight and chrome yourself before the fight. If you sprint while chromed, they'll be able to see you from much farther away with visual audio cues.
The best case scenario would be splashing yourself with chrome and eliminating an opponent with a sniper rifle headshot. In solos, this is an instant kill and there is no way to revive. Just make sure you're covered in the chrome and the challenge should track.
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