3 Easy ways to get XP: Finish your Chapter 2 Season 6 Battle Pass in Fortnite

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We’re rounding out the end of May, and it feels like the end of Chapter 2 Season 6 is imminent. When is the new season of Fortnite? The new Fortnite season is a reminder that we’re behind on our Battle Passes and need some quick XP. Here are three quick ways to get as much XP as possible before Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 7 comes.

Fortnite seasons tend to run about 3 months, give or take a couple weeks. Fortnite Chapter 2 season 7 is expected to land sometime in June, but we won’t know until Epic Games starts their teasers a few weeks before. Whatever the case, there’s only a few weeks left.

6 Easy ways to finish your Chapter 2 Season 6 Battle Pass in Fortnite

The easiest ways to rack up XP is to complete daily quests and the weekly Legendary quests. If you’re short on time, obviously this isn’t feasible. XP Coins, curiously, also haven’t appeared in Season 6 yet. With that in mind, here are three ways to get XP in the waning weeks of Chapter 2 Season 6.

1- Start grinding

XP isn’t too difficult to get in C2S6, but you need to keep at it. There’s still a few weeks to go, so there’s lots of XP to have by completing daily and Legendary quests before it’s too late. It’s obvious, but the simplest solution. If XP Coins somehow do return, those may be our saving grace.

2- Complete easy quests (or just all of them)

There are a few quests that are out of the way, but easy to complete. Any of the quests that have you look for collectibles like literature samples in Pleasant Park or artifacts near The Spire. If you’re dead set on completing your Battle Pass, completing all of the Epic quests in your backlog should get you enough XP.

3- Save your gold

The next few weeks of challenges have already been leaked. Apparently, there will be a Legendary quest for spending bars. Gold bars don’t carry over between seasons, so you’ll want to wait for this quest to go live before your spending spree.

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