The Week 5 challenges are live in Fortnite Season 5, meaning players have more enemies to kill and new hidden battle stars to find. A couple of weeks ago, players had to follow the Flush Factory treasure map to find the hidden battle star, but in Week 5, they have to follow the treasure map found in Snobby Shores.
Anyone who wants to find the actual treasure map for themselves in Fortnite will simply have to land at or travel to Snobby Shores and search for it. It typically spawns on fences and exterior walls, but where it spawns in Snobby Shores is apparently random. Finding the treasure map is really not necessary though, as players can just head straight for the hidden battle star.
The battle star itself can be found at Haunted Hills. If players go to Haunted Hills and face the chapel, there will be a building right next to it, to their left. Climb on top of this building and the battle star will be found on the roof.
For those would prefer a video guide, check out this video by YouTuber Flamm, which will reveal the exact location of the battle star, as well as offer a look at the Snobby Shores treasure map itself:
While this is listed as a “HARD” challenge for Season 5 Week 5, as long as players can find the Snobby Shores treasure map, it’s fairly straightforward, even without consulting a guide. After all, there is only one location on the map that has a chapel, so it’s pretty easy to deduce that the map is pointing to Haunted Hills.
That doesn’t mean Season 5 Week 5 doesn’t have its fair share of difficult challenges, though. Perhaps the most difficult is eliminating three opponents in one match, which doesn’t seem like a whole lot, but can actually be a pretty daunting task for some players.
It’s true that there are some tough challenges in Season 5 Week 5 of Fortnite, but as long as players keep practicing, they should be able to complete them all in due time.
Fortnite is out now in early access for iOS, PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One.