Fortnite Season 9 Week 4: Visit 5 Different Named Locations

It's like that other challenge, but different!

Do not, under any circumstances, confuse this with the other Fortnite Season 9 Week 4 Battle Pass challenge that requires you to visit five named locations. This one is completely different!! The penalty for conflating this challenge with that challenge is a fortnite in Epic’s temp hole, the hole where the temps are. Trust me, as someone who has worked in the video game industry for a long time, you do not want to spend two weeks in the temp hole. Especially since that’s longer than most temps get to spend in the temp hole. They do not appreciate it.

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Visit 5 different named locations in a single match

What are you still waiting around for! Get your butt to some dang locations! I’ve mapped out a few potential routes for your consideration, but you can swing this one however is most convenient for you. Team Rumble’s respawn mechanic will do you some favors here, allowing you to safely reach areas outside the storm circle, if absolutely necessary. I do recommend staying away from Paradise Palms, however — it’s the furthest location from any other named feature on the Battle Royale island.

The reward for completing this challenge is 10 Battle Stars, or if your Season 9 Battle Pass has reached tier 100, an equivalent amount of account XP.

For more maps, and tips on how to complete every challenge during Week 4 of the Season 9 Battle Pass, head on over to our complete rundown of this week’s challenges. And hey, if you’re a little behind in your leveling, you can find guides and maps for every single Season 9 challenge over on our Fortnite hub.

For a look at what else Season 9 has to offer, head on over to our Fortnite Season 9 guide! It has details on the Battle Pass, map changes, new features, weapons, vault changes, and more!

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Jordan Mallory is a 10-year games industry veteran with more heart than sense. Lover of frogs and dedicated Girls' Generation S♥NE. Mr. August, Men of Game Development 2015.

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