Fortnite is into its sixth week of Season 8, and with it brings brand new challenges, including one where players will have to visit structures designed in the shape of animals such as a rabbit, pig, and llama.
Fortnite challenges are released every week, giving players an opportunity to earn Battle Stars, that will help them rank up their Battle Pass and unlocking a number of new cosmetic items.
As always, there are seven new challenges, including one where players must find the highest points on the map, and another that asks players to search where the knife points on the Treasure Map loading screen.
While this challenge may sound difficult, it’s likely much easier than you think.
Most weeks, Epic Games ask players to travel to and from locations as a way of encouraging players to explore the island, rather than constantly dropping in one area.
This week, Fortnite fans will have to pay a visit to a number of giant structures that are dotted around the map, which have been built out of materials that can be used to create protection when in gunfights.
As the description suggests, players will have to visit three different locations on the Fortnite map to complete this challenge, and unfortunately none of them are particularly close together.
Thankfully, this challenge doesn’t need to be finished in one match, so you can drop at each location over the course of three matches if you would like to do it that way.
To find the wooden rabbit, players will need to head towards Snobby Shores, with the large rabbit perched on top of a hill just north of the settlement.
The stone pig will take players south, as it sits on top of a hill overlooking Lucky Landing.
Finally, the metal llama sits at one of the farthest north points of the Fortnite map, just behind Junk Junction.
While there’s no required order for this challenge to be completed in, some players will probably want to complete it in one match. With that in mind, this is the order we would suggest visiting the locations in to complete in one match.
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