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Where to find golden pipe wrenches for Fortnite Week 10 Challenges

by Joe Craven
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Fortnite Season 2, Week 10 has arrived and with it are a host new challenges for players to complete, including one whereby players have to search five golden pipe wrenches around the map. 

While the Week 10 challenges range in terms of difficulty, from simple eliminate opponents to searching chests in different matches, one of the more complex challenges is to locate and search five golden pipe wrenches.

Unfortunately, the pipes can be pretty hard to notice given their relatively small size and color but, provided you search in the right areas, you shouldn't have too much trouble in locating the five you need to complete the challenge. You can get a better look at what you're searching for below.

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A golden pipe wrench at the top of the lighthouse in Fortnite.

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When you've located a golden pipe wrench, all you have to do is search it in the same way you would a chest. The challenge will then register as one completed, and you can move on to the next location.

Fortnite Week 10 Challenges - Golden Pipe Wrench locations

As with many of these challenges, Epic have spread them right around the map so, depending on how kind zones are, it may take you two or three games to complete them.

However, we've collated five locations where you can find the golden pipe wrenches and complete the challenges. As you can see from the map below, they tend to be located in coastal areas, similar to the campsites players had to find a few weeks ago.

The locations, on Chapter 2's map.

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Players will have to more or less tour Fortnite's coastal regions in order to find all five, with golden pipe wrenches at Dirty Docks, Steamy Shacks, and west of Slurpy Swamp.

The reward for completing the challenge, like all of the Week 10 Midas missions, is 40,000 in-game XP points. This will help players rank up their Season 2 battle pass before it ends on June 3, over a month later than was originally planned.