Fortnite leak claims Reality Augments to return for Weekly Quests

Stephanie Zucarelli
Fortnite Neo Tokyo

Fortnite OG proved that players love the return of fan-favorite challenges and items. A trusted leaker has shown that Epic Games’ battle royale has more surprises for those who want to know what Reality Augments were all about.

Fortnite Chapter 5 Season 1 has amazed players with a boatload of new content and game modes. But even after Epic Games announced the Winterfest 2023 event, a trusted leaker claimed that devs have much more in store for players who love returning mechanics.

While Fortnite fans got to experience Chapter 1’s locations, weapons, and vehicles during Fortnite OG, many gameplay options introduced in later seasons were vaulted to return in Chapter 5. However, Reality Augments haven’t been unvaulted yet for the latest update.

First introduced during Chapter 4 Season 1, Reality Augments worked as a perk system that gave players performance buffs. According to leaker iFireMonkey, users will have to wait until December 19, 2023, for Reality Augments to get unvaulted.

In addition, the leaker claimed that Fortnite‘s game files stated that Week 3 of Weekly Quests will ask players to activate 15 Reality Augments to complete its challenges. IFireMonkey also posted on X some upcoming Chapter 5 Season 1 Weekly Quests, which includes the following:

  • Week 3:
    • Travel distance while on the Train.
    • Activate Augments (15)
    • Help defeat bosses (3)
    • Help search Cash Registers or Safes
    • Deal damage with assault rifles
    • Deal damage to opponents while using a Ballistic Shield

With the return of Reality Augments, players will be able to build their loadouts to gain some advantage over their opponents while playing Fortnite battle royale game mode. Leaks don’t specify if Epic Games are going to add new perks for Season 5, but they are expected to be also included in Ranked mode.

And that’s everything on the leaked Reality Augments return in Fortnite Chapter 5 Season 1. If you want to know more about Epic Games battle royale, you can check why players are disappointed with Winterfest 2023 event or how Fortnite Survivor Medals work.

About The Author

Stephanie is a Games Writer at CharlieIntel. After graduating as a journalist, she started working as a tech writer for Infobae, Channel 9, and Rolling Stone. She's currently focused on covering Diablo 4, Baldur's Gate 3 and Fortnite, but can't resist anything related to The Sims 4 and Stardew Valley. You can contact her at [email protected].