The quest list for Week 11 of Fortnite, Chapter 5, Season 1.

Coming in the middle of the TMNT Cowabunga event, Week 11 of Fortnite, Chapter 5, Season 1 gives you some side objectives to complet while you're hanging out with the Ninja Turtles. These quests aren't especially difficult, though at least one of them will have you waiting in one spot, anxiously hoping someone doesn't snipe you. Sound fun? Then let's go!

If you've been completing all of the weekly quests up to this point you'll have a grand total of 60 completed quests. Complete five of the six quests listed below to receive a weekly bonus of 30K XP.

Helsie inspects some Medium Bullets in Fortnite.

Collect different types of ammo

There are six different types of ammo in Fortnite, each for different kinds of weapons, and for this quest you need to collect five of them. (The sixth, Arrows, isn't available this season.) Get at least one of each of the following ammo types to satisfy this quest:
  • Medium Bullets (assault rifles)
  • Light Bullets (handguns and SMGs)
  • Shells (shotguns)
  • Heavy Bullets (sniper rifles)
  • Rockets (rocket launchers)
Collect five different ammo types to receive 15K XP. You'll pick these up as a matter of course, so you won't need to focus on this quest too much.

Helsie zips up to a building using the Grapple Blade in Fortnite.

Travel distance using the Grapple Blade

A new weapon for this season of Fortnite, the Grapple Blade allows you to grab onto nearby objects and pull yourself through the air. Aim, press the left rear trigger, and watch yourself fly. Grapple Blades are Epic (purple) items, so you won't see them too often, but they're also not outrageously rare.

Travel 250 meters using the Grapple Blade to receive 15K XP.

Helsie battles another player at Classy Courts in Fortnite.

Deal damage to enemy players at named locations

There are eleven named locations in this season of Fortnite, and they're generally frequented by other players. You need to go to battle with players in these locations. Consult the map to find the nearest named location. This is another quest that you will likely complete over time, so long as you don't just stick to the countryside.

Deal 2,000 points of damage to enemy players at named locations to receive 15K XP.

Search Rare chests

Most of the time when you find a treasure chest it will be the standard gold color. Every now and then, however, you'll come across a Rare chest, which has a blue light and sounds different when you get close. Rare chests are, well, rare, and appear randomly around the map. You just have to get lucky while searching through buildings. You're guaranteed to get a Rare chest inside vaults, but you'll likely run into other players, which... may be more trouble than they're worth.

Search five Rare chests to receive 15K XP. The more chests there are in a location, the more likely you are to come across a Rare chest.

Helsie inspects the loot of a player she blew to pieces at Classy Courts, a location in Fortnite.

Eliminate opponents

Straightforward! Fortnite is all about eliminating the opposition, and this quest demands that you duke it out with your adversaries. 

Eliminate 50 opponents to receive 15K XP. There's virtually no way you can do this within one or two matches, so expect to be working on this quest for a little while. NPCs count towards this total, so feel free to go after Society goons and / or bosses.

Helsie waits for a Combat Cache to open up in Fortnite.

Assist in recovering Combat Caches

An addition to Fortnite a few seasons back, Combat Caches are time-locked item containers that appear randomly around the map. Combat Caches are almost always located in remote locations, and you'll be alerted to their presence on the map - especially when someone starts to open one. It takes a while to fully open a Combat Cache, so either set up some heavy defenses or find somewhere nearby to hide.

Assist in recovering two Combat Caches to receive 30K XP. 'Assist' is the important word, here, as you can more easily achieve this feat by helping out teammates in squads, and the Combat Cache will count towards everyone's total.

One further note: The cache on the train does not count towards this total, despite operating in more or less the same fashion.