'Fortnite' Chapter 2, Week 4 Dockyard Deal loading screen letter guide
They're spelling 'Fortnite', but what's the prize when it's complete?
The fourth loading screen challenge of Fortnite: Battle Royale Chapter 2 in Week 4, released Thursday as part of the Dockyard Deal mission set, continues the trend of letters as the loading screen prize rather than the secret battle stars of former seasons. With this new “T,” we’re looking at “F-O-R-T” — so what could that possibly spell? (Spoiler, it’ll spell “F-O-R-T-N-I-T-E” and should complete with the new weekly set of challenges on November 29.)
Like Season X’s weekly mission sets, only three challenges can be active at a time. Rather than seven challenges total, there’s a whopping 11 challenges, with the last one referencing the loading screen. Players will have to complete eight of the following challenges before they unlock the final challenge and the loading screen:
- Eliminations at Pleasant Park or Dirty Docks
- Search chests at Dirty Docks or Salty Springs
- Deal damage with Sniper Rifles to opponents
- Jump a Motorboat through different flaming rings
- Deal any damage to opponents by shooting exploding gas pumps
- Visit the Boat Launch, the Coral Cove, and the Flopper Pond
- Deal damage to enemy structures with Explosive Weapons
- Deal damage to opponents from above
- Land at Weeping Woods, Lazy Lake, and Pleasant Park
- Explosive Weapons Eliminations
- Search the hidden “T” found in the Dockyard Deal Loading Screen
The loading screen itself features some kind of illegal arms deal at a dockyard with several new characters from Chapter 2 exchanging grenade launchers, grenades, and fish?
The “T” is faintly visibly on the elevated walkway on the dockyard crane in the background. For those unfamiliar with this area of the new map, it’s in the aptly named Dirty Docks on the central-eastern side of the map.
On the southern edge of Dirty Docks near the shoreline, there’s a central winding staircase with an elevated platform at the top. On either side is a large orange crane that faces outward. The neon blue-green “T” materializes on the southwestern corner of that upper platform.
The best way to get there is to land straight there at the start of a match because otherwise you’re forced to endure the time-consuming trek up the stairs.
Fortnite: Battle Royale Chapter 2, Season 1 is ongoing, but it’s currently scheduled to end on or around December 7, 2019.