This week's Fortnite challenge requires players to find rubber ducks which are spread all around the map. Epic Games has regularly labeled the more difficult challenges as being "normal", while easier challenges get listed as "Hard". The most interesting is undoubtedly the challenge to search for 10 rubber duckies, as there has been no sign of any rubber duckies prior to this week which means they're a brand new addition to the map.
This week's Battle Pass challenge has Fortnite players hunting down rubber duckies in their quest to complete the seven new Battle Pass tasks. At the moment, "Fortnite: Battle Royale" has not proven itself to be home to such things but it looks like this will change real soon.
To get special challenges, you must complete the Weekly challenges.
A few apples around the bottom of a tree near Risky Reels. Image courtesy of /u Sqoof on Reddit
Go to the west ridge, south of Haunted Hills and west of Pleasant Park - look in the center of squares [A3, A4, B3, B4] - right where the line in the center meets, you'll find the second star. There is a Blockbuster Challenge available for each and every week of the Season. What makes this even more hard, is the fact that there are only 11 confirmed rubber duckies on the map. Also, it is worth noting that it doesn't matter in which order these ducks are collected.
During Season 4, players will have to purchase the seasonal Battle Pass in order to access weekly challenges.
Loot Lake - To the north of the lake is a boat moored against a pier.
Other challenges this week include searching chests in Lonely Lodge, getting sniper rifle eliminations and watching a match replay.
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