How to earn free Naruto Fortnite rewards: Nindo challenge event guide

Liam Mackay
Kakashi Hatake in Fortnite Naruto crossover

The Fortnite x Naruto collaboration is finally here, and players can earn bonus items by completing the Nindo challenges. Here’s how to register for the Naruto challenges and complete them in Fortnite Season 8.

After months of leaks and rumors, the Fortnite x Naruto collaboration finally arrived with Season 8’s 18.40 update. The Creative Hub has been given a Naruto overhaul, the Paper Bomb Kunai’s can be found in regular modes, and there are plenty of new cosmetics in the Item Shop.

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Also, there’s the Nindo challenge event. For each day of the event, Naruto, Sasuke, Sakura, and Kakashi will set you a challenge and you’ll receive rewards for earning points and achieving the milestone.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Nindo challenge event including the end date, how to sign up, the challenges, and rewards.

Fortnite x Naruto Nindo challenge start & end date

Fortnite Naruto Team 7

The Fortnite x Naruto’s Nindo challenges went live on November 17 and will last until November 21 at 9:59 PM PT / 11:59 PM ET / 4:59 AM GMT (November 22).

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A new challenge will arrive each day, so make sure to keep visiting the site to check the challenge you need to complete. And the challenges only last a day, so make sure you don’t miss out on any.

However, you can catch up on missed rewards by earning at least two points on Day 5.

How to sign up for Fortnite x Naruto Nindo challenges

Fortnite Naruto Shinobi Teamwork loading screen

Fortnite’s Nindo challenges aren’t actually found in Fortnite itself, players will need to head to the Nindo website to sign up and track them.

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From here, you can see the challenges and rewards, as well as track your progress. Here’s how to sign up for the Naruto Nindo challenges:

  1. Head to the Nindo website
  2. Press the ‘sign up’ button and log in with your Epic Games account
  3. Complete the ‘Naruto Task’ on display
  4. If your progress isn’t showing, click on ‘Check My Stats’ to refresh them

Getting one point will give you the Emoticon for the day, and then you can keep progressing to hit the Milestone and earn the reward.

How to complete Fortnite x Naruto Nindo challenges

Fortnite Naruto kurama glider

The first challenge is set by Naruto himself, where he simply asks you to get eliminations. Achieving one will reward you with an exclusive Naruto Emoticon, and achieving 35 will grant you the final reward.

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A new challenge will be live each day, with the previous one disappearing once the day is over. So be sure to check the Nindo website every day for the upcoming challenges from Sasuke, Sakura, and Kakashi

Fortnite x Naruto Nindo challenge rewards

Fortnite Naruto, Sasuke, Sakura, and Kakashi Emoticons

Fortnite players can earn a Naruto-themed Emoticon for participating in each day of the event and will earn the Kurama Glider and the Shinobi Teamwork Loading Screen for reaching the Milestone on any given day.

Here are the rewards for completing the challenges on each day.

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Get at least one point on Day 1Happy Naruto Emoticon
Get at least one point on Day 2Sad Sakura Emoticon
Get at least one point on Day 3Angry Sasuke Emoticon
Get at least one point on Day 4Shocked Kakashi Emoticon
Earn at least two points on Day 5All Daily Challenge Emoticon’s you haven’t earned
Achieve the Daily Milestone on any dayKurama Glider & Shinobi Teamwork Loading Screen

The Kurama Glider & Shinobi Teamwork Loading Screen are available in the Item Shop so achieving the Daily Milestone will save you a whopping 1,200 V-Bucks. So make sure to check in and try to complete it before November 21!

And that’s all we know about the Fortnite x Naruto Nindo challenges! You can also check out where to find Shopping Carts in Fortnite Season 8.

Image Credit: Epic Games

About The Author

Liam is CharlieIntel's Editor who focuses on Call of Duty but also plays lots of fantasy RPGs or anything else in his massive gaming backlog. After graduating in Journalism from Edinburgh Napier University, Liam freelanced in games journalism before joining CharlieIntel in November 2020. You can contact Liam at [email protected].