Week 8 for Fortnite: Battle Royale’s Season 4 is upon us, and with it comes a new “Hard” Challenge requiring players to search between three landmarks. Challenges like this pop up every even-numbered week, and in Week 8, players have to “Search between a bear, a crater and a refrigerator shipment.”
Week 8 kicked off on Thursday, June 21 at 4 a.m. Eastern, and with it came Challenges that have players deal headshot damage, open chests in Salty Springs, search for a new set of “Hungry” Gnomes, and this particular Challenge.
So where is the bear, crater, and refrigerator shipment?
These three landmarks are all just southeast of Retail Row. Of all the craters across the map, the specific “crater” that players should look for is directly west of the race track on the eastern coast. The “refrigerator shipment” is west and a little south of that as part of a huge truck. And the “bear” is a statue just west of a ridge that overlooks Retail Row to the northwest.
The specific point players should look for in between those locations is a small patch of dirt in the middle of three trees:
If you wind up landing at this location with other players, you might as well just hack away at them with your pickaxe, especially if you haven’t completed the Week 7 Challenge requiring you to do so.
Week 8 also has another new Challenge that has you search for Gnomes, similar to last season’s. There’s a gnome inside the grocery store in northern Retail Row.
It’s also worth noting that Salty Springs is directly west of this general location, and Week 8 also has players search chests in that location. You’d do well to land right in this “search” location, grab the Battle Star, then grab the gnome in Retail Row, and then rush over to Salty Springs to grab a few chests. Be sure to prioritize any suppressed weapons you might find, because another Challenge this week has players get eliminations with suppressed weapons.
If you can survive through all of that, then you’re well on your way to completing all the Challenges in Season 4 before it ends on or around July 9.