Fortnite Battle Royale is still one of the biggest games in the world. When we are taking a look at the current situation within the game we can see that Epic Games is trying to improve the game. Fortnite started losing players to other titles most notably Warzone. Also after some years, the player base of games tends to get smaller. But even though Fortnite player base got smaller it still does have a number of players that most games can only dream of. The developers are trying to keep players entertained and excited about new things. One of the most interesting ways to do this is through quests within the game.
Fortnite Quests generally creates a story within the game. Chapter 2 Season 2 is extended and most players already completed their Battle Pass challenges. However, there is a secret quest that most of us overlooked. This secret quest will have a have storyline just like most of the quests in Fortnite. The quest is not visible within the quest logs. Therefore players who completed it, stumbled upon to this quest by pure chance. The secret quests involve a battle between garden gnomes and teddy bears. Let us check it out.
No Right to Bear Arms Quest
In order to start the “No Right to Bear Arms” quest, you need to play a match. Our suggestion is to land Weeping Woods and loot some weapons and materials because the quest area is quite defenseless and if you are without weapon or mats you will be eliminated really fast while completing the quest. After this move towards the eastern side of the Weeping Woods, you will find some small hills.
On top of the hills, you can find the fighting gnomes and teddy bears. Gnomes are ready for battle with rakes, hoses, and they have a cannon. On the other side, you can see teddies ready to fight, hilariously Teddy Bears have a tank for their leader. In order to complete the quest, you need to go to each faction. First to gnomes and take out the weapons from their hands and later the Bears after you have done this, the challenge will be completed.
This quest will net you 15,000 XP, which is not a lot but it is more than what most quests give in Fortnite. One of the most controversial topics between the community and Epic Games developers, how little XP does quests awards. In the beginning, players can level up their Battle Pass and their in-game level pretty quickly. However, after some time, it simply does not work and becomes a complete grind within the game. Epic Games stated that they will try to fix these issues with the upcoming season. Also, Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 3 is delayed until the beginning of June. So do not wait for massive changes within the game.