Survivor Spoilers: First Look At Week 2 Immunity Challenge On Millennials Vs Gen X [VIDEO]

We’ve got your first look at the Survivor spoilers for what the remaining castaways will face this week in their bid for safety as Gen-X looks to claim the Immunity Idol for their own and Millennials look to not let go of its safety.

Survivor 2016 Immunity Challenge in Week 2

The challenge starts out with five castaways swimming from one platform to the next with a ramp waiting and five buoys at the top in need of rescuing. Those buoys have keys which are then used to unlock a chest and retrieve a mask. Time to go swimming.

There are five rings trapped below the water and five floating poles that need to be reunited. Castaways will need to swim down and unlock each of the five rings before moving on to the next stage of this Survivor challenge.

Out on this last station will be the other three members of the tribes. So yeah there appear to only be eight people competing. Since we lost one in the first Tribal Council I’d expect nine on both sides to be competing. Could they take out another player for this comp from Gen-X or might there be something with the medical situation? Well I see all five of the guys (David is semi-hidden) and the medic said “he might have had a heart attack” so we’ll just have to wait and see.

Check out the photos below for a sneak peek at this week’s Immunity Challenge and see which tribe you think could pull off the win. Don’t miss the Survivor Dream Team hard at work in the comp trials as well to see this one in action or just skip right ahead to see the real castaways in action.

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Survivor 2016: Immunity Challenge – Week 2


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