Like the a couple of weeks ago, all three locations and their respective solution are really close to one another on the map. The rest of the challenges are straightforward and can be completed without the cheat sheet, however, the cheat sheet marks the locations in which you need to eliminate opponents, an arrow to show which two locations you need to visit in one match, and more. There are three challenges that can be completed by all players and another four challenges which can only be completed by Season 7 Battle Pass holders. Later in the week, just drop into Tilted Towers -- that place is always packed. The best way to go about this is just to search any Ammo Box you find regardless of where it is. We're now in to Week 6 and over halfway through , which has seen a brief return of the challenges and.
Your best bet is to get pretty far into a normal match and find a Supply Drop. As well as the below, there are several 14 Days of Fortnite challenges to complete. There are chests dotted throughout the castle so this should be fairly easy. Once you find it, interact with it and you will complete this season seven, week five challenge. Epic Games has acknowledged on Twitter a bug that doesn't allow you to complete this challenge in games where you can respawn: The issue preventing players from getting credit for damaging enemies with 5 weapons in a single match seems to only be occurring in modes that allow respawns. A few spins ought to do it. The exact location of the giant rock man mentioned in the challenge is to the east of Tomato Temple and past the bridge.
Good luck out there, Fortnite fans! Overlooking that, you will find the hidden battle star. You can do these in another order if the Battle Bus makes visiting them in a different order easier. Depending on where the bus goes, pick a similar lineup and focus on completing this challenge as your sole purpose in the match. Additionally, a new addition for Season 5 is that some don't require purchasing the at all. There's no search-between challenge this week, which I hope doesn't mean Epic has given up on them again, but let's hope for new ones in the coming weeks. There may be more, but this should be enough to get the challenge done.
Regardless, your destination is the spot in the screenshot above. While it may take fans a few matches to finish, the fastest way to do so would be to dive in from the Battle Bus to high traffic spots on the map—any of the new Named Locations in the should do the trick—grab as wide of a variety of guns as possible, and then take aim at nearby opponents. This will have five stages so it will also take five matches to complete. If you stay aware of the challenge as you play, when you find one of these weapons, make sure to use them exclusively and you'll get this one done pretty quick. Here is the solution to this puzzle. Once you have that, you need to give that puck a long slide, and the best place to do that is the frozen lake in the snow biome to the north of Polar Peak.
If you're after some hints on where to look then check out our guide for a breakdown of the possible spawn points in each area. It is directly to the left of the southern entrance of the bridge, east of Tomato Temple, and in this little clearing on the edge of a cliff. There is the giant rock man to the east, the encircled tree to the south, and the crowned tomato to the west. If you're interested, here's how Challenges worked in previous season of Fortnite. These are the first set of new weekly challenges in 2019, continuing this snowy season. Just remember you can only get credit for one each match and need to ride one in five different matches. If you are heading from the center of Tomato Temple, you will need to head southeast of your location.
Follow our link above for more advice. Daily challenges carry over from day-to-day, but you can only get a new challenge per day. I have my eye on starting at Junk Junction, passing through Haunted Hills toward Pleasant Park, then ending at Loot Lake. You might have the most luck in a respawn mode like Disco Domination, Food Fight or Team Rumble where you can easily switch up weapons between respawns. It is a very large, beautiful tree that is surrounded by, once again, a bunch of rocks.
Remember that you must be really close in order for it to show up so you may have to move around a little. We've marked the locations of all 14 gnomes on the map below, though you only need to search seven of them to beat the challenge. Finally, these aren't the only types of Challenges in the game. That is certainly the most bizarre set of clues that we have received yet. You will need to locate the large temple here that is in the center of this former tomato town. If you haven't unlocked it yet, don't worry, because you have until the end of season 7 to complete this challenge.
In the meantime, you can complete this Challenge in all non-respawning modes. Just build a tower, aim, and shoot. You can probably breeze through these by landing at popular spots such as Tilted Towers, the floating island, or Paradise Palms. Arguably the easiest kind, as you can chip away at these throughout the season. While it is the giant rock man, it looks more like Patrick Star from SpongeBob SquarePants hunched over a little and crying.
As always the challenges are split into two tiers, Free and Battle Pass, with the most involved missions usually reserved for paying players. Remember, once you have completed each week's Challenges, you can start collecting. Search Chests at Polar Peak or Tomato Temple: Polar Peak is a new location in the southwestern portion of the map. If you're just getting started, our can provide some helpful hints. All players need to do is pick up an item of grey, green, blue, purple, and gold rarity. As well as running Fortnite Insider, Yousef also has a handful of other successful ongoing projects and likes to keep busy.