Every week, Fortnite introduces its weekly Battle Pass challenges that have players eliminating opponents, finding chests, and doing a variety of tasks. In fact, the season 4 week 5 challenges have recently been revealed, but these weekly challenges can, at times, be a pain to keep up with.
The difficulty behind personally tracking the challenges most likely led to the creation of Fort-Friend, an interactive map/website created by Tmant1234 that tracks the weekly Fortnite challenges. There’s even an interactive checklist, which enables players to personally track the challenges they haven’t yet completed. Seemingly, this map should be in the utility belt of all Fortnite players, so check it out here.
Fort-Friend’s simple interface of the website makes it extremely user-friendly, which is interesting considering it was a personal project of Tmant1234’s. Currently, the Redditor is working on the mobile experience of Fort-Friend since the mobile platform where it is likely to be used during a game of Fortnite. It could potentially be done by using a higher-resolution map to make navigation on a small screen easier.
One of the most impressive factors of the website is that it was a personal project, so when Tmant1234 revealed it, many Redditors offered a helping hand. Collaboration, the creator suggested, was a possibility because the project is still in early development. However, the website will continue to update when the weekly challenges are revealed. Notably, this isn’t the only service to come out of the Fortnite community, as several gamers have recently been hired as Fortnite ‘bodyguards.’
As Fort-Friend continues to improve the interactive website, who knows where it’ll go from there, as it’s a basic idea with a lot of potential possibilities. However, it doesn’t seem likely that Fort-Friend will update and improve as quickly as Fortnite, especially with the way Epic Games rolls out updates and additions to the battle royale game. It’s worth mentioning that Epic Games has recently teased it will be adding usable shopping carts to Fortnite, which should prove to be interesting.
Fortnite is available now in early access for iOS, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.