Epic Games has released the final part of the Fortnite Season 6 Spire Challenges, which grants you a special skin for Raz once you complete it. This update’s challenge tasks players with defeating the Glyph Master version, who also drops a special Mythic-rarity bow.
Dexerto says “The Spire Quests for Fortnite are finally over. After a few long weeks of sometimes annoying challenges, players are finally able to get their hands on the Glyph Master variant of Raz, which is pretty different from the standard version available in the battle pass. In order to do that though, fans will have to complete the final set of Spire Quests, which were released with 16.30’s release on April 27. While the first two parts are pretty simple, completing a certain amount of challenges and talking to three NPCs, the last part can be difficult.”
Glyph Master Raz and Spire Artifact location in Fortnite
To be able to get the skin, players need to find and defeat the Glyph Master Raz NPC on the map and pick up the Spire Artifact that he drops.
“Fans will have to go to The Spire, the point-of-interest found at the center of the map, to locate him. He’ll be roaming around the level right before the actual spire itself.”
He has more health and deals a lot more damage than any other NPC that you can fight around the map, so you’ll have your work out for you. This means you’ll want high damage weapons and lots of ammo. Even with that, however, you’ll probably have a difficult time, so you might want to grab a teammate or two to help you.
:Once he’s defeated, he’ll drop the Spire Artifact. It’s very small and disappears very quickly so you’ll want to not waste any time once it appears.”
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