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Where to find Foraged Items for Fortnite’s Hide and Seek Mission

Published: 14/Nov/2019 17:35 Updated: 14/Nov/2019 17:36

by Eli Becht


The Fortnite Hide and Seek challenges are now live, and one of them is asking players to consume 10 Foraged Items, which will be pretty difficult if they don’t know where to look.

Foraged Items like mushrooms and apples were a very welcome addition to Fortnite, as they provided players with a boost in health and shield, but those items are once again scattered in places players don’t know about.

Since Chapter 2 introduced a whole new map into the equation, we have to locate all of the Foraged Items once again, which can be quite time-consuming, especially if you’re doing it for a challenge.


The locations may have changed, but if you remember the types of locations the apples and mushrooms appeared in before, then you won’t be spending too much time trying to find them.

You need to eat 10 apples or mushrooms for this challenge.

As is the case with every week, Fortnite player and guide extraordinaire, TheSquatingDog, released a cheat sheet that showed how to complete all of the Week 6 challenges.

In this guide, he shows where to find Foraged Items on the map, revealing that players will easily be able to find mushrooms in the Slurpy Swamp and apples north of Frenzy Farm.

Other spots players will be able to look in include Weeping Woods, Sweaty Sands, and west of Frenzy Farm.


Keep in mind that you’ll have to consume 10 of these, but you don’t have to do it all in one match so take your time if you need to.

As with most challenges, they are heavily contested at the start by players looking to knock them out of the way, so if you’re doing the same, you’ll likely run into a bunch of players at these spots.

Perhaps the easiest way to complete this challenge will be to just not focus on it. The storm forces players to move all over the map during the game so chances are you’ll be pushed to an area with mushrooms or apples naturally.