Epic Games wants you to show off your Fortnite: Battle Royale dance moves in Week 2, but unlike previous dance-based challenges that had you dancing in various secret locations or in front of “No Dancing” signs, now you have to dance in front of various cameras across the map.

On Tuesday morning, Epic Games rolled out Week 2 of Fortnite: Battle Royale’s Season 4, and the previously leaked challenges proved correct. Players will have to deal damage with suppressed weapons and find a secret location near a “big screen,” but the most challenging is probably “dance in front of different film cameras” (7), which will get you five Battle Stars.

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According to the folks over at Fortnite Intel, there are actually 10 different locations where you can accomplish this task. Because you don’t have to do all seven in one match — like the Taco Shop Challenge — you can spread this one out a little bit.

Here are the 10 possible locations, map courtesy of Fortnite Intel:

'Fortnite: Battle Royale' Dance in front of 7 different film cameras
Considering this spread, you can probably accomplish this in about two games of 'Fortnite: Battle Royale' if you're lucky.

Your best bet is to start in Moisty Mire to dance in front of the camera next to the helicopter and the other inside of an enclosed film set. Then you can move to the broken bridge northwest of the prison, which is the area northwest of Moisty Mire. From there, you can hit the western edge of the racetrack to the northeast. That method can potentially get you four of the locations in a single match.

But depending on where the Battle Bus and storm takes you, another option is cutting west across the map from the eastern-most spot, like I did in this video.

Note that there’s a fairly large meteor impact crater inside the prison, which also makes it a great spot to complete the “Consume Hop Rocks” challenge. There’s yet another impact crater on your way over the racetrack, so you might as well spend an entire match devoted to these two challenges.

Your next course of action should be to dedicate a match to dancing at the three western camera locations by landing near Snobby Shores and working your way east. You might as well land right in Greasy Grove, because yet another challenge has you search seven Chests there.

Here’s another map to help you focus on the other challenges from Week 2:

The starred locations have Hop Rocks, and the other red shapes indicate similarly important locations for 'Fortnite' Season 4, Week 2.
The starred locations have Hop Rocks, and the other red shapes indicate similarly important locations for 'Fortnite' Season 4, Week 2.

Week 2 is part of the 4.1 update, which includes a limited-time Infinity Gauntlet game mode featuring Thanos from Avengers: Infinity War. The game mode does feature a smaller playing area, as the storm closes in much quicker, but you can still accomplish any of the game’s challenges.

Expect the Week 3 challenges to leak in the coming days before the official release on Tuesday, May 15 at 4 a.m. Eastern.