First, let's talk about the free item.
Epic Games is bringing back the "14 Days of Fortnite" event to correct the wrong ending date. The matches are much shorter than the likes of PUBG and Fortnite, but it provides a nice, quick BR fix with fast-paced gameplay and lots of items to choose from.
Many players believed they had until January 3 or 4 to complete the recent 14 Days of Fortnite challenges, and when it came to an end on January 1, they missed out on the festive rewards.
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Throughout the 14 Days of Fortnite event, Epic ended 2018 by providing a new, unique challenge each day for players to complete. Following a miscommunication about the end-date, the team awarded participants that didn't get a chance to complete the event a free glider - now they've decided it's not enough and they are bringing the entire event back instead.
We communicated an incorrect end date for the 14 Days of Fortnite event and didn't feel the Equalizer Glider compensation was the right approach.
We're now talking about 14 Days of Fortnite event rewards as part of Season 7. Epic hasn't revealed just when players will get this reward, but it'll be some time in the near future.
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Players have until January 15 at 3 am EST/12 am PST, to complete all the challenges. We'll also be enabling some of the most popular Limited Time Modes that were available during the event.
On the downside, progress on partially completed challenges will be reset.
Players who were previously unable to complete the challenges will be able to earn all of the rewards they passed on. You should see it when logging into Battle Royale over the coming days or weeks.
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Some players have complained about this miscommunication, hoping Epic would restore the challenges for a couple more days.