Fortnite Zero Build Challenges and Free Rewards

Fortnite Zero Build Challenges and Free Rewards

Fortnite Zero Build Challenges and Free Rewards

Fortnite Zero Build Challenges and Free Rewards

You’re sure to love the Zero-Build Trials if you have been enjoying the options in Fortnite.

Similar to Chapter 2’s The Nindo, Fortnite players will need to play in the Zero Build mode. After signing up for a special website, you can earn rewards by playing Fortnite and earning points. Every day, a new reward is available for five days.

This article will cover everything you need about Fortnite’s Zero Build Trials, including how to participate, how much you earn, and when it ends.


Fortnite Zero Build Sign-Up

Players must go to take part in the Zero Build Trials.

Log in to Epic Games once you have logged in. This should happen automatically if your Epic Games account is active on a PC. You may have to reset your password if you are playing on the console.

If you are unsure about your Epic Games account ID, make sure to look in-game on your platform to locate your account name. It takes just a few minutes to create an account.

If you are under 13, or if your home is in Cuba, Iran and Iraq, North Korea and Somalia, Sudan and Syria, you won’t be allowed to participate.

Fortnite Zero Build Challenges

Every day of Zero Build comes with a different reward. This is each day’s Zero Build challenge; we will update it as new Zero Build challenges become available.

Day 1
Eliminate players (1 Point)

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

Every new challenge will be announced at 12:01 AM ET on April 7, April 8, and April 9, respectively.

Fortnite Zero Build RewardsFortnite Zero Build Glider

Players can earn points every day to unlock new cosmetic items. Players are also able to reach a stretch goal on any of the days to unlock their main reward: the Boosted Groundsurfer Glider.

The stretch goal is usually achieved by completing the day’s challenge and accumulating a large number of points. To unlock the Boosted Groundsurfer Glider, you must eliminate 30 players if you are playing on day 1. You can attempt it again each day up to day 5, but the challenge is different if you fail to complete it by day 1.

Fortnite Zero Build Challenges and Free Rewards
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