How to level up fast in Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 4

Liam Mackay
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With the arrival of Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 4, a lot of exciting cosmetic items await in the Battle Pass. However, progressing through each level demands time and commitment, so here’s how to level up fast in Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 4.

Fortnite received a major content drop with the arrival of Chapter 4 Season 4 which brought a Battle Pass full of new cosmetic skins, including Star Wars’ Ahsoka Tano and TikToker Khaby Lame, three unique map locations, new weapons, and more.

If you’re looking forward to acquiring all the new cosmetic rewards, you’ll have to advance through the Battle Pass tiers by leveling up. Here are some helpful tips for leveling up fast in Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 4.

Complete Fortnite Weekly & Daily Quests

Fortnite offers players both Daily and Weekly Challenges to accomplish, which provide a substantial amount of Bonus XP.

The Daily Quests are more straightforward but still valuable. There are three of these quests available each day, rewarding you with 15,000 XP each. This implies that you can accumulate around 45,000 XP daily by simply achieving tasks like opening chests in various locations.

The Weekly Quests entail objectives like activating Reality Augments in a single match, searching Heist Bags, and more, with each one of these accomplishments granting you 16,000 XP once finished.

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New quests are added to Fortnite each week.

Use Party Assist when completing challenges

In Fortnite, the Party Assist function allows any progress made in quests while playing with friends in Duos, Trios, or Squads to be shared among all members of the team.

This feature proves incredibly useful when dealing with challenges that have multiple tiers. To illustrate, if a quest tasks you with landing 25 headshots collectively, accomplishing this could be four times faster when your entire squad is working towards headshots.

Complete Survivor Quests in Fortnite

Survivor Quests allow players to earn XP for completing certain challenges in-game. Aside from earning a ton of XP for each Survivor Quest you complete, completing all of them in each rarity will grant you Survivor Medals and a free Prized Llama Back Bling.

You’ll earn 10,000 XP for each Survivor Quest. If you’re looking to level up quickly, make sure you’re checking off as much as you can. 

Play Fortnite Creative Mode

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Fortnite’s Creative Mode grants you XP for time spent in Playlists.

Engaging with Fortnite’s Creative Mode is consistently an effective strategy for swiftly accruing XP. Every 15 minutes, players are rewarded with a substantial 12,000 XP, regardless of their activity during that time.

This XP bonus can be claimed up to five times. While it is possible to earn XP by simply remaining idle, it’s advisable to keep an eye out for the XP marker adjacent to a Creative experience. This indicates that you will accumulate XP as you actively participate in the gameplay.

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Score Victory Royales in Fortnite

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Winning Fortnite matches is a great way to level up fast.

One of the best ways to level up fast in Fortnite is simply winning matches. This won’t be easy for everyone, but consistently playing well will allow you to fly through the levels. 

You’ll earn XP for eliminating players and surviving each Storm Circle, and then if you can pull off a Victory Royale, you’ll get a bonus of 300 XP. 

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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].