how Epic seems to have imagined Fortnite: Chapter 2

Posted on November 1, 2019 by

how Epic seems to have imagined Fortnite: Chapter 2. We dropped into the map totally blind, discovering the map as they went along. The challenge went along with this, and were mostly general, combat-related stuff in the first two weeks: discovery was meant to be self-motivated. Now that we’re getting into it, however, we’re starting to do more location-based stuff, the logic being that Epic wants to guide as a little bit more after our free-floating early moments. We had some locations that needed discovering last week, and we’ve got some more this week. Week 4’s mission is called “Dockyard Deals”, and there are indeed some references to new POI Dirty Docks in there. Let’s check them out:

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Eliminations at Pleasant Park or Dirty Docks (0/3)
Search chests at Dirty Docks or Salty Springs (0/7)
Deal damage with Sniper Rifles to opponents (0/250)
Jump a Motorboat through different flaming rings (0/3)
Deal any damage to opponents by shooting exploding gas pumps (0/1)
Visit the Boat Launch, the Coral Cove, and the Flopper Pond (0/3)
Deal damage to enemy structures with Explosive Weapons (0/200)
Deal damage to opponents from above (0/250)
Land at Weeping Woods, Lazy Lake, and Pleasant Park (0/3)
Explosive Weapons Eliminations (0/2)
Search the hidden ‘T’ found in the Dockyard Deal Loading Screen (0/1)
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Many of these are pretty straightforward, though some will be difficult. Sniper Rifles are tough to use on console, though the recent addition of bots will help some of our fortnite v buck generator more accuracy-challenged players, such as myself. Dealing damage to opponents using an exploding gas pump is going to be pretty tough to do, but expect a whole lot more action around said pumps in the coming days, so that will help.

If you want to see where to find some flaming rings for your motorboat, check here. And see here for where to search the Hidden T in the loading screen. Finally, we’ve got a series of location-based challenges, so see here for where to find those.

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