The Welcome to Pandora challenges are now live in Fortnite Battle Royale, but if you don’t where to find Claptrap’s Missing eye then you're not going to be able to complete them. That's where our map comes in.
Epic Games finally dropped the v10.20 update for Fortnite on August 27, with major map changes coming in the desert biome. While some fans were expecting the return of an old point of interest, they were greeted with ‘Pandora’ in a crossover between the Battle Royale and the popular Borderlands franchise.
Entering the new Rift Zone will give your game have the appearance of the iconic Borderlands art style, yet, there are also free rewards to be gained. These come thanks to the Welcome to Pandora challenges, where you’re tasked with exploring the area and finding some hidden items.
One such item is Claptrap’s eye. If you’re a Borderlands rookie, Claptrap is a helpful, yellow robot with a hilariously distinct voice that helps you on your way in the adventure title.
He’s made his way to Fortnite in the form of a Back Bling in the Psycho cosmetic set, but the actual character can also be found wheeling round in the Pandora Rift Zone. To help him out, you’ve got to scour the area for his missing eye - but don’t fret, you won’t have to waste too much as we’ve got you covered.
The missing eye is located in the building closest to the sea in the new rift zone, just below the mountain that separates players from the water - it's located on our map with the blue marker.
You want to go inside this building’s lower level and look for the television that is located by a chair and a fridge. There, in front of the TV, you’ll find a small blue eye. Simply pick it up and return it to Claptrap.
However, if you don’t even know where he is, don’t worry, he isn’t that hard to find and it’ll only be a difficult task to complete if you’re being chased an enemy.
Simply head back to the Welcome to Pandora sign that is found before the desert meets the normal grassland in the south-east portion of the map. He’ll be stood underneath this sign performing his signature wave.
So, what are you waiting for? Go and jump into Fortnite now, head to Pandora, and help Claptrap get his eyesight back!
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