How to Get Battle Stars in Fortnite

Video Gamer is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Prices subject to change. Learn more

We can describe Fortnite in many ways, but perhaps one of the most accurate is to call it the inventor of Battle Pass. This subscription system, currently used by all online games, has been around in Fortnite for a very long time.

And that’s a good thing, because it makes for nice prizes every season. Now that Chapter 3 Season 4 is in its final days, we take one last look at how to get battle stars in Fortnite, because you will need it.

If you’ve played Fortnite for even a short time, you already know what Battle Stars mean. They’re the equivalent of the concept of experience points and you can get them by completing various quests.

Of course, it’s not that easy, because you’ll have to level up dozens of levels in the Battle Pass. This means that there are more and more difficult challenges.

You need to hurry up to collect all the rewards in the last days of Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 4, which ends with the Fracture Event on December 3, 2022.

Because you might not have a chance to get Battle Pass-specific characters and animations anymore.

How to Get Battle Stars in Fortnite Quickly

Battle Stars are crucial to grab! (Credit: VideoGamer)

Before we get into how to get Battle Stars fast, we want to remind you that you don’t have to buy the Battle Pass to play Fortnite. Since the game is completely free, you can show off your skills without spending any money.

But Fortnite Battle Pass is a very good subscription system for exclusive costumes, characters and rewards. You can buy it for an average of £10/$10 depending on where you live.

After buying your Battle Pass and entering the flashy side of Fortnite, your next goal should be to level up.

Don’t let the dozens of levels intimidate you, because here’s what you complete to earn Battle Stars fast in Fortnite:

  • Daily Quests
  • Weekly Quests
  • Seasonal Quests
  • Milestones

We’ll get into the details in a moment, but keep in mind that you’ll need to invest a lot of time into the game to complete them all and unlock all levels of the Fortnite Battle Pass.

Many of the rewards mentioned here you can get with real money, but there are also rewards in each season that are only available in the Battle Pass.

Daily Quests

To collect a whole lot of Battle Stars, you need to complete daily quests that are updated every day. These are missions that are only valid for 24 hours and disappear after expiration for all players at the same time. All three daily quests grant 1000 XP, regardless of how hard  or easy they are.

It’s pretty easy to get the daily Battle Pass missions in Fortnite.

If you press the ‘M’ key if you’re playing on a computer, the D-pad if you’re playing on Playstation, and the menu button if you’re playing on Xbox, you can access the Quests tab. In this menu you just have to select the “Daily” tab.

These quests are usually about using a certain weapon in a certain area on the map or finding a hidden chest.

They’re certainly not very difficult, but you’ll have to spend time on some of them. And considering you only have 24 hours, it might be more annoying than you think.

Weekly Quests

Let’s say you don’t have enough time for the daily quests or you want to level up faster in Battle Pass. What you should focus on are the weekly quests. It’s true that these quests are more difficult and detailed than the others, but the value of all of them is much better than the daily quests.

Make sure you complete these quests, which are worth 15,000 XP each. Because you can earn a lot more points with bonus objectives. Don’t let the name of these quests mislead you, because unlike the daily quests, they don’t disappear over the weekend. Still, you won’t have unlimited time, because at the end of the season the weekly missions, like all missions, will be reset.

Here are a few examples of Fortnite weekly Battle Pass missions:

  • Dislodge a Runaway Boulder with a slide kick
  • Deal 500 damage to Supply Llamas
  • Use three Deployable Launchers
  • Enter a Chrome Vortex
  • Destroy 10 Slurp Barrels

As you can see, the weekly quests aren’t that hard. You just have to take your time and make sure you do the task correctly. Since none of them will spoil your fun, you can try to complete these missions while having fun with your friends and striving for the first place.

Seasonal Quests

You already know that Fortnite expands the story with each new Battle Pass season. That’s exactly what the seasonal missions contain in terms of valuable tasks.

By completing these quests, each worth 7000 XP, you can decipher clues about the next season and follow the ongoing story of Fortnite in the background. If you complete all the seasonal missions, you’ll get 36000 XP, which will help you a lot.

Milestones in Fortnite

In fact, you don’t have to do anything specific to complete these missions. If you play Fortnite, you’ll already complete many of these missions without even realizing it. That’s because they all consist of things that happen naturally as you navigate the map, rather than being difficult as daily or weekly quests.

Here are a few examples of Fortnite milestones:

  • Destroy objects while in a vehicle
  • Thank to Bus Driver
  • Vending machine purchases

When you complete these tasks, which usually consist of 20 stages, you earn 5000 XP. It can take a long time if you don’t particularly focus on completing them in each game, but that’s okay. You’ve plenty of time anyway.

That’s all we shared about how to get Battle Stars  in Fortnite for now. While weekly quests will get you the most XP, daily quests and completing bonus objectives will help you climb the Battle Pass faster. With the new season of Fortnite just around the corner, make sure you complete Chapter 3 Season 4 in its entirety.

About the Author

Fortnite

  • Release Date: September 26, 2017
    • - 01 January 2018 (iOS, iOS)
    • - 25 July 2017 (Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 4)
    • - 12 June 2018 (Nintendo Switch)
  • Platform(s): Android, iOS, macOS, Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X
  • Genre(s): Action, Massively Multiplayer, Shooter
9 VideoGamer