The 14 Days of Fortnite is into its last week and will soon see all the rewards and tasks removed from the game.

The Day 14 Challenge – The last day of the event – is now live and is offering Fortnite fans the chance of adding a new cosmetic item to their collection.

This includes a new shiny glider that suits the disco ball wrap launched yesterday.

The DJ glider is available to everyone as the 14 Days of Fortnite challenges do not require a battle pass to complete.

But to unlock, players will need to search for 14 chests which are scattered around the map.

The good news is that these aren’t special chests but are actually the chests you can find spread across the map in every normal game.

These glowing chests can be found nearly everywhere and are crucial to winning a game.

It means that Fortnite fans can earn this new reward simply by playing the game normally, without needing to go off on a massive mission.

However, players should be warned that they will be required to finish all games that they open chests in.

It isn’t enough to just open a bunch in each game and then quit, as this might delete your progress.

The good news is that you can just be eliminated during a game to quit out early, with no need to actually win the game.

So the best recipe for success is probably to just drop on the most common named locations and fight your way to those important chests.

Tilted Towers is a good shout, but fans needn’t worry too much as they can find houses and buildings with chests in them all over the Fortnite island.

As you might expect from the name, there are currently 14 challenges that can be completed to unlock new rewards.

These come in all shapes and sizes and are open until Epic Games official shuts down the 14 Days of Fortnite challenges.

It should be noted that there has been a delay over one item from Day 8, which should land this month.

According to the development team, the Day 8 reward will not be released until January 2019 for some gamers, due to some behind-the-scenes issues.

“We have identified an issue with the Take the Elf emote not being granted to players after completing the Day 8 challenge.

“We will grant this reward to all players that earned it early next year.”

Here’s more on the new 14 Days of Fortnite Challenges from Epic Games, who launched them earlier this month:

Battle Royale

The holidays have hit Battle Royale, and it’s shown across the map in a variety of ways. Pick up a Snowball Launcher or hide within a holiday-lit Legendary Bush after dropping from the festive Battle Bus!

In addition to the map makeover, the 14 Days of Fortnite event will feature a new challenge with a new free reward every single day. Each day also brings both new and returning LTMs. And finally, be sure and check out the Item Shop for new and returning holiday outfits appearing daily to show off your holiday spirit. Login everyday to see what’s new!

Save the World

Save the World is also getting into the spirit with both returning and new themed enemies. Bring your friends and team up against the holiday husks on a winter map.

A new holiday quest unlocks every day and is added to your quest log, complete these to earn snowflake tickets to use in the store. You can find a free Upgrade Llama pinata in the store each day, and make sure you check in for a free Smorgasbord Llama for a few days around December 25.