'Fortnite' Sundial, Cup of Coffee, and Giant Metal Dog Head: Where to Dance
Put on those dancing shoes.
Time to dance, Fortnite: Battle Royale fans, because a new three-stage challenge in Season 7, Week 9 has players dance on top of three particular landmarks in three separate matches. So this one’s a bit involved, but on the plus side, these matches tend to go very quickly.
Fortnite Week 9 kicked off Thursday morning, and along with challenges like one that has players pop gold balloons, the new multi-stage challenge has players dance on top of a sundial, an oversized cup of coffee, and a giant metal dog head.
The first two locations are on the border between the snowy area and the rest of the map with the third located far into the northwest corner. Players have to do these in sequential order in separate matches, so don’t bother trying to visit two or all three of these locations in a single match.
Players are better off visiting one and then trying to pursue other challenges or playing the game normally.
Here’s a more specific breakdown on where to find the locations:
Where to Dance on a Sundial in Fortnite
The sundial is a makeshift sundial on the plateau atop a medium-sized mountain in southwestern Paradise Palms. Normally, this area would be desert, but it’s been left blanketed in snow after the Ice King’s storm receded a little bit. It’s in between Fatal Fields and Paradise Palms, just a little bit to the south.
The sundial itself is composed of various logs and cars, and even though they’re all covered in snow, it’s pretty easy to spot from the sky.
Where to Dance on Top of an Oversized Cup of Coffee in Fortnite
The oversized cup of coffee is actually a coffee cup sign on the northern end of Dusty Divot. As such, it’s very easy to spot from the sky. That large, circular pink backdrop behind the cup of coffee is the easiest thing to spot. It’s also best to approach the location from the north to make it easier to see.
Where to Dance on Top of a Giant Metal Dog Head in Fortnite
Similar to the oversized coffee cup, the giant metal dog head is just the signage used at a specific location, in this case Junk Junction. Much like how Flush Factory has a giant toilet as its sign, Junk Junction has a crane that’s lifting up a piece of junk.
The snout of the dog is red and the top of its head is yellow. The crane it’s attached to is also yellow, and we suggest approaching from the south to get the best look at it.
All things considered, this is one of the easier challenges this week.
The in-game countdown says that Fortnite Season 7 doesn’t end until February 27, 2019. So players have just under a month to complete this and other challenges before Season 8 is upon us, bringing all sorts of new map changes and challenges with it.
Here’s an in-depth look at everything included in the Fortnite Season 7 Premium Battle Pass.