Geralt of Rivia is in Fortnite, But How Can You Unlock Him?

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It was more than two months ago that players first learned of the impending arrival of The Witcher’s Geralt of Rivia in Fortnite. He was teased as a crossover character as part of the Chapter Four trailers, and as one of the last characters to arrive, he has finally been deployed in the Fortnite Battle Pass.

However, there are a few pesky quests to complete before Geralt of Rivia can be unlocked in Fortnite – along with his sword, back bling, and an exclusive emote, among other rewards. There are currently six quests available but it looks as though more are on the way.

What’s Hidden For Geralt’s Fortnite Bundle?

At the moment, we don’t really know the full scope of what’s hidden on the second page of The Witcher’s challenges in Fortnite. But, taking a look at what we’ve been offered already, we can safely assume that it’s some kind of glider, and we already know that there’s an alternative skin on the way for Geralt. On the 28th of February, a large update will roll out, and that’ll reveal the second page of quests in full.

So, how do you unlock Geralt in Fortnite?

Firstly, you’ll need to purchase the Battle Pass – that much is for certain. It’s impossible to even attempt the challenges without it.

Here’s the full list of quests that you’ll need to complete to unlock the ever-impressive Geralt of Rivia in Fortnite:

  • Activate Reality Augments in five different matches to unlock the Loading Screen reward.
  • Complete 3 bounties to unlock the exclusive Spray reward.
  • Defeat a Boss to pick up the Witcher-themed back bling.
  • Emote in the Citadel Throne Room to secure the Emote.
  • Deal 500 Melee damage to opponents to get the Steel Sword Pickaxe.

And finally:

  • Complete all the challenges listed above to unlock the man himself, Geralt of Rivia.

Fortnite fans will have until the end of the season to unlock all the Witcher-themed goodies found in the Chapter Four, Season One Battle Pass.

It’s time to go hunting.

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