The Fortnite Set Structures on Fire challenge is currently not working, leaving players unable to complete the game's weekly challenges. The Fortnite Season 6 Week 4 Challenges went live Thursday, but one seems to be afflicted by an unknown bug.
One of the Season 6 Week 4 challenges is to set ten structures on fire using fireflies, a flame bow, or an exploding gas can. The issue is not with structures being able to catch on fire, but with the game not recognizing whenever players do so. Epic Games is currently looking into the dilemma but has no explanation as of yet.
Fortnite Set Structures on Fire Challenge Not Working
Players are reporting that whenever they set structures on fire in Fortnite matches, the feat is not added to their Weekly Challenge progress. This is especially troubling given that ten structures are required to be burned, and each one that goes to waste adds more time towards completing the challenge. Unfortunately, there is no current workaround and the only solution is to wait for a fix from the developers.
Some players are reporting that while the vast majority of the time the game will not count successfully burned structures towards the challenge, sometimes it will randomly count them. It is unknown why this is occurring or if there is a certain pattern in getting the achievement to count. Hopefully, players will not have to wait long for a fix to this puzzling issue.
Fortnite Season 6 Week 4 Challenges are now live.