Fortnite Season 3 Punch Cards Guide


by in Fortnite | Jul, 1st 2020

Epic Games has introduced a new form of content to Fortnite battle royale that players can check out this season. There are the Fortnite Season 3 punch cards that you can complete that will grant you awesome experience rewards and get you closer to that coveted tier 100 goal.

Fortnite Season 3 Is Full of New Content


Fortnite Season 3 is the latest season in battle royale and it hasn’t even been around for a month yet, and Epic Games is already adding more new content like the Fortnite Season 3 punch cards. That is only a small sliver of all of the new stuff that you can find this season in the game.

Beyond these new punch cards, there are also new gameplay content like new weapons, vehicles, skins, and much more that players can find and unlock in the game. With so much new content available in Fortnite, there is a lot that players have to complete to progress through the battle pass this season.

There are the weekly challenges every week that you can do to earn experience to progress as well as the new Fortnite Season 3 punch cards. These punch cards are sort of what they sound like and they are well worth doing for their rewards.

What Are Punch Cards?


What are the Fortnite Season 3 punch cards? Like punch cards in real life, there are various cards that you can fill out with stamps for various goals you reach in the game. You will get awesome rewards for each of the accomplishments that you achieve in the game.

The Fortnite Season 3 punch cards range greatly, encompassing everything from getting eliminations in battle royale to surviving to gathering materials throughout matches. There is a lot to these punch cards, far more complex than anything that we saw from the medals in the past.

That’s right, the medals are the previous form of the Fortnite Season 3 punch cards and effectively replaced this season. You will no longer earn medals in each match that you do or each day that you play, but you will actively work towards completing the punch cards throughout the season.

Each of the goals that you have to complete on each card is similar to the individual medals that you could do in the first two seasons of this chapter. The main difference is that they are persistent across the entire season, rather than reset every day. Each accomplishment that you reach on each punch card will grant you 14,000 experience, which isn’t a lot, but will add up over time.

All Survival Fortnite Season 3 Punch Cards


Here are all of the Fortnite Season 3 punch cards that you will find in the game this season, barring any new ones added later on. First up is the survivor and victory tour card that has to do with surviving long enough to get a good placement or win the match.

For the survivor section, this has to do with getting to the top 10 in a particular match. The current goals for this section is getting three top 10 placements, then 10, then 25, 100, 250, and 500.

Then there is the victory tour section. This one is dedicated to winning a particular match in battle royale, so you could potentially take care of both the survivor and the victory tour ones at the same time if you win a match because you would be in the top 10 as well.

The goals have to do with winning matches in different modes like solo, duos, squads, Team Rumble, and others that we don’t know of currently. These may be linked to the new game modes that will show up during the Summer Splash event this season.

All Materials Punch Cards


For the second punch card that we know of, this one has to do with gathering materials in the game. The hoarder section of the punch card is about not just collecting materials of the three different typings, but holding onto them. So, it is about gathering as much as you can and then not using it.

Then there is the stockpile section that has to do with simply gathering materials that you need. The milestones are 1,000, 10,000, 100,000, 250,000, 500,000, and one million. Again, this is a lot but something that you do over time.

Living off the land has to do with gathering and/or consuming foraged items like apples and the like. The goals for this section are five items, 25, 100, 500, and 1000. Lastly, for this punch card, there is the lumberjack, which has to do with taking down trees. The goals here are 25, 100, 1000, 10,000, and 100,000.

All Looting Punch Cards


For the third punch card this season, it is all about that sweet, sweet loot. Care package is the first section. It is about searching through those precious loot drops on the map. The milestones for this section are five, 10, 25, 100, 250, and 500.

Luck of the llama is about searching llamas on the map. The milestones for it are one, five, 10, 25, 50, and 100. Then there is the balloon buster section that is all about taking down supply drops as they are falling from the sky, but before they land.

Finders keepers is the classic chest section, but specifically for the rare blue chests that you can find around the map. The goals for this are one, five, 10, 25, 50, and 100. Then there is one for searching ammo boxes: 10, 50, 500, 1000, 5000, and 10,000.

Last but not least for this particular punch card is the treasure hunter. This is likely the one in the group that will take the longest as you are looting normal treasure chests on the map. The goals are 10, 50, 500, 1000, 5000, and 10,000.

All Elimination Punch Cards


From there, we get to the eliminations punch card. Enforcer is the first of these and is simply about taking out other players. The goals are five, 25, 100, 500, 1000, and 5000. The next section is less about eliminations and more about just dealing damage.

The milestones are 1000 damage, then it jumps to 25,000, 100,000, 500,000, one million, and 2.5 million. The third section is for eliminating not other real players, but for the new marauder NPC enemies that you can find at specific locations in Season 3.

The goals for the marauders punch card are five, 25, 100, 500, and 1000. There is another punch card for the returning henchmen enemies from season 2. The goals are similar to the marauders, being five, 25, 100, 500, and 1000. Chomp is the final one in this section that has to do with eliminating opponents while riding on one of the new loot sharks.

All Weapon Punch Cards


From there, the eliminations punch card goes to a more specific weapons-focused one. The first weapon whisperer has to do with eliminating opponents in the game with specific weapons like assault rifles, SMGs, sniper rifles, and so on.

Bullseye is the second one in this category and has to do with getting eliminations using sniper rifles in matches. The goals for this one are three, 10, 25, 100, 500, and 1000. The next one has to do with getting eliminations on opponents who are at least 150 meters away. The goals are smaller for this more difficult one at one, 10, 25, and 50.

The next one is for taking out enemies with pistols like three, 10, 25, 100, 500, and 1000. There is another one for explosives like grenades, RPGs, and the like. This one has the goals of three, 10, 25, 100, 500, and 1000. There is one for SMGs that has three, 10, 25, 100, 500, and 1000.

Shotguns are also included along with assault rifles. They have the same goals of three, 10, 25, 100, 500, and 1000. Last but not least, there is one more weapon elimination punch card that has to do with taking out enemies using the pickaxe.

Revives, Fishing, and Upgrade Punch Cards


There are a couple of sections devoted to revives, but there are only two at this point. One has to do with reviving teammates. The goals are five, 25, 50, 100, 250, and 500. The other one is to revive teammates using the reboot card, and this is one, five, 25, 50, 100, and 250.

There is another punch card dedicated to the fishing mechanic this chapter, and the first is to fish at spots. The goals are three, 15, 75, 250, and 500. Another one has to do with just riding a loot shark, rather than getting eliminations on it.

And finally, there is a fishing one for just catching fish. This one has the goals of one, 10, 50, 100, 500, and 1000. There is another punch card section for getting upgrades for their weapons. One is about just generally upgrading weapons. The goals are 10 upgrades, 25, 50, and 250.

Another one is about upgrading to specific rarities in the list while the final is all about sidegrading a weapon to make it slightly different from before.

Weapon Expert and Challenges Punch Cards


For the weapon expert punch card, this one is similar to the weapon eliminations category but more designed around your skill with weapons in general, rather than just taking out opponents. The first is a punch card for receiving expert achievements for different weapon categories.

The second one is about getting killstreaks in matches from double kills to triple kills and so on. And lastly, for this section, there is a punch card for doing things first in matches you are in, like getting the first elimination, landing first, opening a chest first, and so on.

When it comes to the challenges punch card, there are a lot of different sections here. The first is a brief one that only has to do with getting to tier 100 this season. Another has to do with completing quick challenges and the goals for this one are 10, 25, 100, 250, 500, and 1000.

Then there are the weekly challenges that we cover every week. The goals for completing these are five, 10, 20, 40, and 60. Note that there are more than 60 challenges this season, so you won’t need to do all of them to finish this punch card.

Then there is a punch card for getting punch card stamps, which is pretty funny. You get another punch card stamp for 10 punches, 25, 100, and 200. Conversely, there is one for completing entire punch cards. The goals for it are three, five, 10, 20, and 40 cards. Lastly, for this section, there is a punch card for earning legacy moments this season, including five, 10, 15, 30, and 50 milestones.

XP and Other Punch Cards


There is an XP coin punch card section that has to do with finding the various experience coins around the map. The first has to do with collecting green XP coins. The goals are three coins, 10, 20, 30, and 40. There is another one for purple coins. They are three, five, 10, 15, and 20.

Then there is another one for the blue coins. They are three, five, 10, 20, and 30. Finally, there is another punch card for the highly coveted gold XP coins. The goals are much smaller at finding one, three, five, seven, and 10 coins.

There is a strange section of the game that has to do with more random punch cards that you can complete, starting with the bus driver one. You get punches for thanking the bus driver three, 10, 50, and 100 times this season. There is one for using one of the new whirlpools this season, asily found at The Fortilla.

There is a hilariously named Yeet punch card that gives you a stamp for throwing items. And then there is a Shake It Off punch card for shaking down the henchmen NPC enemies or other players. The goals are three, 10, 50, and 100.

Last but not least, there is a zipline punch card. It has to do with using a dance emote while on a zipline in the middle of the battle royale storm. It is oddly specific but not too hard to do.

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