Epic Games brings back the event & # 39; 14 Days of Fortnite & # 39; to correct the wrong completion date.
On January 2, Epic Games named that they would allow Glider Equalizer players as long as They finished one of the 14 challenges as well as & # 39; 14 Days of Fortnite & # 39 ;.
Two days later on January 4, they provided the opportunity to allow each player to challenge each challenge & complete 14 Days of Fortnite & # 39;
We sent a wrong date for the event 14 Days of Fortnite and we did not feel it was; Equalizer Glider compensation is the right way.
We have decided to return this event next week 15 January at 3 AM ET (0800 UTC).
More Information: https://t.co/zOGmL3vDtj
– Fortnite (@FortniteGame) January 4, 2019
There was one new everyday challenge of 14 days of Fortnite & # 39 ;, a & # 39; including 14 total challenges.
Each completed challenge would be a real reward, emote, spray, or emoticon award for players.
Initially, players were expected to complete the challenges to the event's closing date, but the event came to an end on January 1.
Fortnite fans were sorry that they were unable to fill the challenges according to the Holidays.
Epic initially decided to reward players with the password if they were; finishing one challenge & # 39; 14 Days of Fortnite & # 39 ;, but d & # 39; They agreed that it was not enough.
Players up to January are at 3 am EST / 12m PST, to achieve all the challenges.
FortniteINTEL has guidance on how you meet all the challenges 14 below!