Only a few days remain in Season 7 of Fortnite, which means time is running out to complete any outstanding challenges from this season. If you’ve managed to finish at least 60 weekly challenges, you’ll receive the Legendary Prisoner skin, but it also has a few different variants that you can unlock by completing an additional set of hidden tasks.
As with other Season 7 content, you’ll need to complete these Prisoner challenges before the season ends next week on February 28 to unlock the different variants. The game isn’t clear as to what these tasks actually are, but they’re fairly straightforward once you know where to look.
As you can see in the image above, there are three additional variants for the Prisoner skin on top of its base look, and they must be unlocked in a specific order. The game doesn’t outright tell you where to go or what to do to unlock them, but it involves equipping the skin then visiting specific areas of the island and interacting with certain objects.
To unlock the second stage of the Prisoner skin, you’ll need to go to the castle atop Polar Peak. Land there at the beginning of a match and make your way inside to the top floor, where you’ll find a room furnished with bookcases, tables, and a fireplace. On the far table will be a key; interact with it and you’ll unlock the second stage.
To get the third stage, make your way to the desert on the other side of the island. Atop the mountain north of Paradise Palms will be a campfire (just as pictured in the week 10 Snowfall challenge loading screen). Light it and you’ll unlock the third Prisoner variant. We recommend doing this step at the start of a match, as if another player lights the campfire before you arrive, you won’t be able to use it again that round.
For the fourth and final stage, you’ll need to go to the northeastern corner of the map, to the mountain north of Wailing Woods. There you’ll find a stone pedestal of sorts ringed by a circle of torches. After you’ve unlocked stages 2 and 3, step in the center of the ring and the torches will automatically ignite, thus unlocking the final variant.
You can see exactly where you need to go to complete each stage of the Prisoner challenge on the map below.
As previously mentioned, Season 7 of Fortnite officially ends on February 28, so you have until then to complete any remaining challenges. If you need a helping hand, you can find tips and guides in our complete Season 7 challenges roundup. You’ll also want to complete all of the game’s Overtime challenges before the season ends; doing so will allow you to get the Season 8 Battle Pass for free.