Each Fortnite season players aim to complete the Battle Pass so that they can unlock every cosmetic available as well as all the V-Bucks it includes. To level up, gamers need to accumulate experience points, and the best way to do this is by completing quests, namely the Weekly Quests, which tend to release every Tuesday at 9 AM ET.
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On February 6, 2024, the Fortnite Week 10 Weekly Quests didn’t release as scheduled, and gamers were taken aback by this unexpected delay. This guide will tell players when they can expect the Week 10 Quests to release and explain why they didn’t come out as intended.
Week 10 Quests Release Time
Fortnite tends to be pretty consistent with its Weekly Quest schedule, but there have been a few occasions during which delays have happened, which was the case this Tuesday. Many players were eagerly awaiting the release of the Week 10 quests so that they could rank up their Battle Pass and unlock a few additional rewards, especially considering that the Bonus Rewards tab Super Styles are now available.
According to the official Fortnite Status account on X, the Fortnite Week 10 Weekly Quests will be available on Wednesday, February 7, at 9 AM ET – the same time that they would’ve come out on Tuesday.
Why Were the Week 10 Weekly Quests Delayed?
Even though Epic Games did not confirm the reason behind the delay, it is most likely due to the release of the v28.20 update. The Fortnite community expected update 28.20 to come out on Tuesday, and many were excited because this meant that dataminers would be able to dig through the game files and reveal more information on the upcoming TMNT Cowabunga event.
Oddly enough, the update wasn’t released. Gamers now expect the update to come out on Wednesday, alongside the Weekly Quests and the assets for the Cowabunga event. The Cowabunga event has been confirmed, and it will launch on Friday, February 9. On top of this, fans can expect a Valentine’s Day Item Shop in the next week as well as some sort of in-game event.
Despite this bump in the road, the next week will surely be filled with surprises and awesome content for Fortnite fans.
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