The hidden battle pass stars in Fortnite are back for Season 7, this time as part of the new 'Snowfall' challenges, which replace the outgoing Hunting Party challenges from Season 6.
The new Snowfall challenges put a slight twist on the traditional set up, this time requiring you to complete 60 weekly challenges, which will unlock the mystery skin, and complete all weekly challenges from separate weeks to complete the set and get the final reward.
After you have completed one set of weekly challenges - see the full Week 1 challenges here - you will unlock a new loading screen, which contains the clue to the location of the star.
The Week 1 loading screen has already been leaked, along with three others, and you can clearly see the location of the star on it.
In the background is the submarine, which sits precariously in the new snow biome between Polar Peaks and Frosty Flights.
The exact location is marked on the map below. Once you've completed all of the Week 1 challenges, go to this location on the submarine. The Battle Star will appear when you are close enough.
Here is the exact location of the star in-game, courtesy of YouTuber HarryNinetyFour - remember, the star will only appear once you have completed the Week 1 challenges.
Once you have collected the star, you should remain in the game and play it out to completion or until you are eliminated. Leaving the game early can cause you to lose any progress made.
If you are looking to get through the challenges quicker and get the star as fast as possible, make sure to check out our full guide for the Season 7, Week 1 challenges.
Some of these challenges require you to head to various locations and dance - first at seven forbidden areas (see full guide here) - and also at a crown of RV's, a Metal Turtle and finally the same submarine which you will find the battle pass star at.
Here's a video from HarryNinetyFour showing the exact location where you can collect the star - as shown, it is easier to land on top of the submarine, rather than trying to build up to it.