Similarly to Deadpool from Season 2 and Aquaman from Season 3, players must complete weekly challenges to unlock this season’s secret superhero skin. Wolverine will not be available until 35 days from the start of the season, so you will be able to unlock him on as early as October 1st if you have completed all the challenges up to that point.
That consists of six weeks of Wolverine challenges in total if you want to unlock Wolverine as a skin, meaning that you’re going to want to log on each week to complete a challenge until the start of October. You will have until the end of the season to unlock him, so technically you could just do all the challenges at once after the sixth week and still unlock him.
Here is everything you need to know each week to unlock Wolverine in Fortnite: Season 4; we’ll update this when we know more about each challenge each week as they release. Don’t forget you will need the Battle Pass, which costs 950 V-Bucks.
This is a pretty interesting challenge to start off with and one that doesn’t give you any hint at all of where to start looking. Luckily for you, all three claw marks are in Weeping Woods and can be found near each other. Check out the video guide above for precise locations.
This one might be a bit trickier to complete. Quinjets randomly spawn, though look out for blue smoke and white marks on the Fortnite map to track one down easier. The Loading Screen can be found within a Quinjet on the right side, hanging on the wall.
Wolverine’s Trophy is actually a giant Sentinel head, which you can find by visiting the building that is furthest away from every other building and then breaking a crate. Search the head to claim it as a Back Bling.
This might be a little tricky to get first time, but if you land on a specific Sentinel Hand, one that’s at the bottom of a hill, you are automatically pushed in the right direction complete the route required.
The Trask Transport Truck, which was previously caging Wolverine at the start of the season, can be found all the way up north near the shoreline. There’s even a gold XP coin within the truck for some easy XP.
Wolverine is actually a bit of a nuisance to defeat. Not only does he have thousands of HP to whittle away at, but he will also revive himself after roughly seven seconds of being knocked. Jump in with a squad and find him in Weeping Woods.
There’s quite a lot to get through before you get Wolverine in Fortnite, so be sure to keep checking back here each week as new challenges release. You also get other rewards, such as sprays, for completing challenges before eventually unlocking Wolverine, so those are nice little freebies to unlock along the way.
On top of that, Wolverine will also come with additional styles for reach super high season levels — something to work towards as well once you’ve unlocked him. One of them is his classic style, which you need
Speaking of challenges, it looks like players will be earning less XP than ever for completing weekly challenges, which means that Epic are likely making it easier to generally earn XP or are making more varied challenges elsewhere, such as the daily challenges.
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