Epic Games have recently released the v6.2.2 patch for "Fortnite Battle Royale." Players of the popular video game have received several new additions, including a new assault rifle and two limited-time game modes. However, the "Fortnite" developer has also added some interesting files to the game data. Thanks to data miners, we have some information about what Epic Games are going to add to the game.

The video game developer has added some very interesting files to "Fortnite Battle Royale" with the latest update [VIDEO]. These files show us what the NFL skins are going to look like, and they also indicate the presence of another vehicle [VIDEO] that will be added to the game.

However, data miners have also found a special set of challenges, and it turns out that "Fortnite" players will be able to earn V-Bucks by completing them!

Earn V-Bucks by completing challenges

The most recent "Fortnite Battle Royale" patch has brought several map changes. While most of these changes are small, they might be used in the storyline. Paradise Palms area has received a small change as well, and "Fortnite" players can find the "Keyboard King" store there. What makes this store interesting is its relation with the leaked challenges that reward V-Bucks.

There are eight new leaked challenges in the new set. The set has the same logo as the "Keyboard King" store, which makes us believe that players will have to visit this store to complete the set. So-called "PCB Challenges" will reward players with a new skydiving trail after completing all eight challenges.

Four of these challenges reward players with V-Bucks, while the other two give away 50 Battle Stars and 6,000 Season XP combined.

V-Bucks challenges

In total, "Fortnite Battle Royale" players will be able to earn 350 V-Bucks from "PCB Challenges." While this isn't a lot, some players will be able to get closer to buying the Battle Pass or their favorite item from the in-game store. These challenges are incredibly easy and any player can complete them. The hardest challenge is to eliminate 20 opponents while playing at a participating PC Cafe.

It is important to note that Epic Games haven't revealed when exactly these special challenges will come out. "Fortnite" players are hoping that they will be available worldwide as this would be a great way to have players earn V-Bucks in the game. Another update will be released next week, and this is when we could get more information.