Sharp-eyed Fortnite players might have noticed a new store on the map this week.
A new store called Keyboard Kings appeared in Fortnite’s Battle Royale map after the v6.22 patch this week, which looks like a gaming cafe as opposed to a music store.
The store has been built to look like a PC cafe chain in South Korea, PC Bang. As such, a unique set of PC Bang challenges have been created in order to launch Fortnite’s Battle Royale mode in South Korea. These challenges can only be completed if you’re playing at a PC Bang location:
Fornite PC Bang challenges
- Search Treasure Chests at a participating PC Cafe (0/25)
- Build Structures at a participating PC Cafe (0/250)
- Play Matches at a participating PC Cafe (0/5)
- Play Matches with one or more friends at a participating PC Cafe (0/10)
- Place Top 12 in Squads at a participating PC Cafe (0/10)
- Eliminate Opponents while playing at a participating PC Cafe (0/20)
- Play Matched at a participating PC Cafe (0/75)
- Play Matches with one or more friends at a participating PC Cafe (0/50)
The challenges offer rewards such as V-Bucks, Battle Stars and XP, as well as a Rare ‘Embers’ contrail if you complete all eight.
South Korean players often dominate the esports scene and Epic Games is clearly trying to push for more Fortnite fans with this special event. It expected to begin at PC Bangs in South Korea on November 8 with the Fortnite weekly update.
Fortnite Season 6 Weekly challenges
If you’re currently working your way through the Fortnite Season 6 Battle Pass, here are all the challenges so far:
- Week 5 Challenges
- Jump through flaming hoops with a Shopping Cart or ATK
- Record a speed of 27 or more in front of different Radar Signs
- Week 4 Challenges
- Ring the doorbell of a house with an opponent inside in different matches
- Eliminate opponents near any of the Corrupted Areas