We've compiled a list of all the challenges and corresponding rewards in Fortnite's new Creative game mode, Prison Breakout.
Prison Breakout pits two teams against each other in the classic struggle of freedom and authority—a prison break. One team will have to escape their confinement without being caught or taken down while the other will need to thwart their attempts at every turn. The match ends when one team achieves its goal.
Fortunately, this mode takes place on its very own island designed precisely for Prison Breakout matches, so players won't need to worry about others getting in the way—especially during challenges.
Fortnite Prison Breakout Challenges and Rewards
Prison Breakout challenges are just a small section of the full 16 tasks included in the Island Games. Other modes include Red vs. Blue Rumble, Red vs. Blue Lava, Wildlands Survival, and Finest 2v2.
The Prison Breakout challenges are:
- Buy 5 weapons of epic rarity or higher in Prison Breakout—20,000 EXP
- Get 25 eliminations in Prison Breakout—20,000 EXP
- Deal 1500 damage while inside a "Prevalent" sedan in Prison Breakout—30,000 EXP
The first two are self-explanatory, so we won't go into them much here. It's the last challenge that players seem to be having trouble with.
How to Complete the Prison Breakout "Prevalent Sedan" Challenge
We recommend recruiting a friend for this, if you can. It makes the actual "deal damage" part much easier.
First, you'll need to find the sedan. It's located in the city—which means, if you're a prisoner, you're going to have to break out through the "GUARD ONLY" door and take the boat there. Or, you can swim there. We won't judge (but it's much quicker to have the boat port you out).
Sedans can be found on the north side of the city island. Players will be able to pick them out from other cars due to their surprising real-world resemblance and—of course—four doors. This is where things get a bit complicated.
In order to complete the challenge, players need to deal damage while inside the car. If you've got a buddy, as we advised, one of you can drive while the other shoots opponents. Otherwise, you're on your own. Solo players will need to swap between the driver's and passenger's seats to pull up to opponents and fire at them, respectively.
Fortunately, it doesn't appear that there's a match limit, meaning players can complete this challenge over as many matches as they need.