Now that the Fortnite Season 6 Week 10 challenges are live, players will likely want to wrap up these latest additions to the list, especially those still working on the tier 100 Dire skin. It’s also worth mentioning that the end of season 6
Now that the Fortnite Season 6 Week 10 challenges are live, players will likely want to wrap up these latest additions to the list, especially those still working on the tier 100 Dire skin. It’s also worth mentioning that the end of season 6is nearing, so those who have yet to finish up the Battle Pass should do so quickly. Luckily, most of the season 6 week 10 challenges are rather simple, but one may cause some confusion among less-experienced players.
This challenge is to visit a viking ship, a camel, and a crashed battle bus. Of these, the simplest to find is the viking ship, as newcomers to Epic Games’ wildly popular battle royale game Fortnite are still likely aware of the viking village located on the leftmost side of the map. The other two are slightly more nuanced.
As seen in the Fortnite map below, the battle bus can be found along the road connecting Pleasant Park and Lazy Links. Likewise, the camel can be found just south of Fatal Fields on the road linking the desert biome to Lucky Landing.
Fortnite fans may be happy to hear that these do not need to be visited all in one game, so players can simply collect these while completing the other challenges. The easiest to do in conjunction with this challenge would be to land in Lazy Links (another season 6 week 10 challenge), whereas others may also try to complete the chests in Paradise Palms challenge while collecting the camel. Of course, others may also be using this final week to shore up any hidden battle stars or banners that they have yet to collect.
In the end, this challenge may do well to see players spread across the season 6 map before it is changed for season 7. While very little is known about what’s coming next, one popular Fortnite rumor suggests that killer robots destroying Tilted Towers could very well be in the fold.
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