Fortnite Where to Land for the Season 9 Week 2 Challenge

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Week 2 of Fortnite Season 9’s Battle Pass has arrived, bringing with it another bundle of challenges for tier-eager players such as yourselves. As is required by Paragraph C, Section IV, Article 12 of the Sokovia Accords, this week’s challenges include the classic Fortnite Battle Royale standby: Landing in five different places, over the course of five different matches, in a specific order. Here’s where you’ll be dropping:

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Where to Land for Season 9 Week 2’s Battle Pass Challenge

You know how this works by now, right? This is easily Fortnite Battle Royale’s most common weekly challenge archetype, but just in case the Season 9 Battle Pass is your first rodeo, here’s how it works: Land at the location given by the challenge, and get credit. Do this four more times in five total matches, and you’ll get five Battle Stars. It’s so easy, even a Fanbyte editor can do it! Hold on to the map below to keep track of where you’ve been and where you’re going — trust us, it’s a lot easier than it seems to look at the challenge, back out of the menu, and instantly forget what you just read.

The reward for completing this challenge is five Battle Stars, or if you’re somehow finishing this Week 2 challenge after your Season 9 Battle Pass has reached level 100, an equivalent amount of account XP.

For more maps, and tips on how to complete every challenge during Week 2 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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