The final Fortnite challenge requiring players to find a Battle Star “between” certain locations is here in Week 10, and it’s a slightly different spin on the usual landmark-focused “hard” challenge.

The last week of Fortnite: Battle Royale Season 4 kicked off Thursday morning at 4 a.m. Eastern, and with it came a challenge that requires players to “search between movie titles.” Functionally, this works similar to the usual “search between three landmarks” style of a challenge, but there’s an extra step involved. Of course, if you know exactly where to find the Battle Star, you don’t have to worry about those steps.

It should come as no surprise that players will have to go to Risky Reels (the map’s drive-in theater that was added for Season 4) to get things. After all, this Challenge is all about “movie titles.”

There’s one large sign for the S&L Drive-In Theatre on the west side of Risky Reels that faces south, and the three “movie titles” in question are White Lion, The Orange Crusher, and TV Dreams.

'Fortnite: Battle Royale' search between movie titles.
The movie titles can be found on the big sign for the S&L Drive-In Theatre that's part of Risky Reels.

White Lion references a statue outside the front of the relatively new soccer stadium in the northwest area of the map. The Orange Crusher is located in Junk Junction. And TV Dreams references the film set location that’s just northeast of Junk Junction.

As always, players should look for a patch of dirt directly between the triangle created by these three locations. More specifically, the Battle Star is located directly south of the compound that’s in between Junk Junction and the soccer stadium. The patch of dirt is just barely south of the path.

'Fortnite: Battle Royale' Week 10 Challenge to "search between movie titles"
Here's exactly where you can "search between movie titles" for the Week 10 challenge.

Completing this Challenge will earn players 10 more Battle Stars for their Battle Pass, which is a big help considering Week 10 is the final week of Season 4.


Fortnite: Battle Royale Season 5 kicks off on July 12 at 4 a.m. Eastern, so there’s only so much time left for players to complete these challenges.