Fortnite Lever Action Rifle: Where and how to complete 100 damage challenge

To complete the Lever Action Rifle challenge in Fortnite’s Operation Snowdown, you’ll need to find the weapon and deal 100 damage. Heres what you need to know and do:

Epic games has done a lot for the new Fortnite Winter update, including snow-covered map areas, a new NPC, and a host of challenges called Operation Snowdown to complete. This update also brought a few new weapons including the Lever Action Rifle. First it was teased as the ‘Cowboy repeater rifle’ by Epic, but this weapon has proven severely popular with some players.

What is Fortnite’s Lever Action Rifle?

The new Lever Action Rifle weapon is a semi-automatic Sniper Rifle that uses Heavy Bullets for ammo. It appears to be a crossover between the Infantry Rifle and the Hunting Rifle from previous seasons.

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It comes in three variants: Uncommon (52 damage), Rare (55 damage), and Epic (58 damage). There is supposedly a Legendary variant, but it’s currently not available in the game.

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How to complete 100 damage Snowdown challenge

The Operation Snowdown Challenge that involves the Lever Action Rifle requires the player to deal 100 damage with the weapon, which amounts to two solid body shots or one single headshot.

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“It’s a simple challenge, but there are ways to make it even easier. If you play in a different mode such as Team Rumble or the limited time mode Rally Royale, you’ll respawn when you die, meaning you’ll have more chance to find a Lever Action Rifle and deal damage.

Once you complete the challenge, you’ll unlock the Fish Fest Emoji, which can be equipped and used in the game whenever you like. You’ll have until January 5, 2021, to complete the challenge.”

Source(s) dexerto

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