To match the oncoming winter months, the seventh season of Fortnite has once again altered the map to give it the first snow area
To match the oncoming winter months, the seventh season of Fortnite has once again altered the map to give it the first snow area. Players have already taken part in plenty of new activities this season such as finding giant candy canes, flying through the skies in combat planes, and fighting over the powerful and deadly Infinity Blade. Battle Royale players now have even more new content to take part in as the new set of free and battle pass only challenges have officially launched.
With the Christmas season now officially behind us, week 4 of the Fortnite Battle Royale challenges have a New Years type of feel to them. One of the free challenges is to find and launch 3 fireworks hidden around the world in return for 5 battle stars. Here are three, easy to find locations where players can find each one:
One thing to keep in mind is that these fireworks are first come, first served so once one is launched from any of these locations, it’s no longer available for anyone else to use during that match.
In addition to hunting down hidden objects on a weekly basis, Fortnite is a game that enjoys teasing its players with secrets. Last season introduced the mysterious purple cube, while season 7 has begun to move a giant, person-shaped rock formation. As Reddit users have indicated, the formation has actually changed the way it’s positioned. It’s worth noting that the structure itself hasn’t moved from its location, though the community has started to speculate about what could happen with it before season’s end.
Fortnite is available now in early access on Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, Xbox One, and mobile devices.