'Fortnite': Where to Search Between a Playground, Campsite, and a Footprint
Get an easy 10 Battle Stars in Week 6.
The Challenges for Week 6 of Fortnite: Battle Royale’s Season 4 already leaked ahead of their official release on Thursday, and just like every other even-numbered week, the easiest way to get a quick 10 Battle Stars is by searching a specific point between three landmarks. Week 6 has you “Search between a Playground, Campsite, and a Footprint.”
So where exactly do you need to go when the Challenge activates on Thursday morning at 4 a.m. Eastern?
The “Footprint” is perhaps the biggest clue because just northwest of Greasy Grove — roughly the western side of the map — there is a giant footprint as if some kind of kaiju stomped right through a house. And, the northwest corner of Greasy Grove has the “Playground.” The “Campsite” is up on a ledge further northwest of that. Therefore, the specific location you’re looking for falls somewhere in between, specifically a dirt patch just west of a pine tree.
Here’s a closer look at the three locations and where you should go:
No matter what the trajectory is for your Battle Bus, aim for Greasy Grove at the start of the match. There are two separate clusters of several trees in the immediate area, but you’re looking for that single tree. The dirt patch is just west of that.
There are plenty of other camp sides littered around the map and a few spots that might be considered playgrounds, but nowhere else is there really such an obvious “footprint.” So if you have any trouble finding this specific location, simply wander around in the triangular zone indicated on the map above and you should be able to find it.
Keep in mind that especially if you try to complete this Challenge early in the week, you’re bound to encounter tons of other players looking to do the same, so you’ll probably wind up getting shot at rather quickly.
Like all new challenges, this one will be active until Season 4 ends on or around July 9, so you’ll have plenty of time to complete the task between now and then.