Fortnite Battle Royale's Season 6 Week 4 Battle Pass challenges are officially live, and this week has players taking on several interesting tasks, with one of the more fun activities being the dancing challenge that requires fans to dance on various objects. Of course, there's also the challenge of finding and shooting 3 targets at different shooting galleries across the map, so without further ado, follow along to find out where to cross this off the list.
As indicated by the red circles on the map below, Fortnite fans can go to a hill located in the F9 quadrant that's a little ways north from Lucky Landing, there's also a spot for the challenge in the F5 quadrant to the west of Dusty Divot, and the next closest location is on a mesa in the H9 quadrant of Paradise Palms. Should these spots not be satisfactory to one's route, players can also visit quadrant I2 west of Risky Reels, and quadrant I3 in Wailing Woods.
Once Fortnite Battle Royale players reach these shooting galleries, they ought to see a little grey activation platform ringed with targets on the ground along with a nearby scoreboard, so go ahead and step on the grey plate to get the activity going. The targets around players should begin popping up in a random order, and they will need to start shooting them.
With these targets being somewhat large, accuracy should be much of a problem for most. Nevertheless, using one of Fortnite's shotguns will likely be the weapon to wield in order to finish this task as efficiently and easily as possible.
Beyond the shooting challenge for Season 6 Week 4, Fortnite also has plenty of other fresh content for players to check out, as Epic Games recently added the free-to-play Battle Royale title's third vehicle, the Quadcrasher. And with all Android users having just recently been invited to the party thanks to the Fortnite's beta for the operating system, it's a safe bet to make that Epic will be bringing even more content to the game in the near future to keep newcomers engaged.
Fortnite is available now in early access for Android, iOS, Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.