One of the recent challenges in Fortnite’s Season 4 includes driving a motorboat under some steel bridges around the map.
Fortnite introduced many new challenges this week that we can go in and complete. While some of the tasks coincide with Season 4’s Marver-themed event, the others are more standard fare for the game.
One of the Fortnite challenges includes traveling to different landmarks. Specifically, we need to drive a motorboat under some colored steel bridges around the map. Here is everything you need to know.
Where to Find a Motorboat
Fortnite’s Season 4 map update introduced many landmarks that feature the Marvel world and some previous seasons. The different colored steel bridges are back, too, connecting the various landmasses.
This week’s challenge is to find a motorboat and drive through the rivers underneath every steel bridge. Luckily, it’s not that hard. Motorboats can be found in all major rivers and lakes around the map.
Remember that you only have to drive under three out of the total five bridges. The bridges can be any color, and the task can be completed in separate matches.
Driving Underneath the Steel Bridges: Tips and Tricks
There are five total steel bridges available on the map. They are red, green, purple, blue, and yellow.
First, you should look to drop on the center island region dubbed The Authority because it has branching rivers that connect the whole map. Then, drive underneath the bridges located at the top half of the map. Find a motorboat and go to the Frenzy Farm to reach the green steel bridge.
After finding that bridge, drive under it and head north. To the north, you’ll find the blue steel bridge situated south of Craggy Cliffs. Next, go south of Doom’s Domain, and a little way down the river, and you’ll find the red steel bridge. Drive underneath it and complete the challenge.
Fortnite was launched on PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC. PS5 and Xbox Series X versions are under development.
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