FORTNITE’S Week 6 challenges will soon be going live but luckily for any gamers looking to reap the rewards as soon as possible, we have a breakdown of what to expect.
Experienced players will recognise one of the hardest challenges this week will be searching where the Stone Heads are looking. Here’s all you need to know about how to solve it…
Epic Games / The Sun Here’s where you need to go for all the week 6 challenges
Search where the Stone Heads are looking – how to solve the Fortnite Week 6 Challenge
There are a total of seven Stone Heads scattered around the map.
The locations are:
South East of Junk Junction Tomato Town West of Lonely Lodge South West of Retail Row North West of Lucky Landing South East of Shifty Shafts North East of Greasy Grove
They all look into the middle of the island — but their gazes all meet at one spot.
That spot is a little hill just outside of Salty Springs, in quadrant F7. Head to a small hill SW of Salty, very near the ‘S’ of Salty on your minimap.
The hillock SW of Salty Springs (very near the S of Salty on the map) is where you’re heading
What are the rest of the Fortnite Week 6 Challenges?
The battle pass challenges for week 6 have officially been revealed including searching ATK Timed Trials and searching seven chests in Lonely Lodge.
If you want to find out the FULL list of challenges including a handy guide on completing the more difficult ones, click HERE.
For those who are new to Fortnite, the weekly challenges help you rank up quickly and unlock different outfits, gliders and emotes for your character.
If you are hoping to get the tier-100 Ragnarok outfit you will need to complete these challenges.
Conquer The Storm with the Norse and Sunshine & Rainbows Gear
When was Fortnite season 5 released and what were the changes?
Fortnite Season 5 was officially released on July 12, 2018, and a new Battle Pass brought new skins, emotes and locations to change the look of the map.
As always a new Battle Pass brings with it plenty of new skins, emotes and pickaxes and the main customisable upgradeable skins this time are called Drift and Ragnarok.
It will include vehicles, with a new All Terrain Kart, which holds up to four people and has a bounce pad on the roof.
Original location Anarchy Aches has also paved way for the introduction of beachside holiday site Lazy Links.