Fortnite Gnomes And Bears Truce Celebrated Secret Challenge Guide
The feuding teddy bears and gnomes are finally making peace; here's where to celebrate their truce and complete one of Fortnite Season 2's final secret challenges.
We're nearing the end of Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2, but there are still a few challenges to complete before Season 3 arrives. In addition to the Overtime missions and an upcoming Doomsday event, a new secret challenge is now live in the game, seemingly putting an end to the teddy bear-gnome conflict that's been percolating beneath the surface this season. This time, you'll need to celebrate the truce between the bears and gnomes. If you're not sure what to do, this guide will show you where to go and how to complete the challenge.
Where Is The Gnome/Bear Truce Location?
After weeks of conflict, the teddy bears and gnomes are finally making peace with one another. The two sides are in the midst of signing a truce in the eastern edge of Weeping Woods, in grid square D6. You can see their exact location on the map below.
How To Complete The Challenge
Once you've found the teddy bears and gnomes, all you need to do to celebrate their truce is use a dance emote. Do that and the secret challenge will be complete, netting you a bonus 15,000 XP. More importantly, you've spared many teddy bear and gnome families the tragedy of losing their loved ones in a senseless war.
There are only a few weeks left in Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2. Season 3 of the game is scheduled to begin on June 11, which means time is running out to complete any weekly challenges you may have missed from earlier in the season. If you need help finishing up any of those, you can find all of our maps and guides in our Fortnite Season 2 challenges roundup.
In other Fortnite news, developer Epic Games recently announced that the battle royale shooter will be a launch title for PS5 and Xbox Series X. The game will continue to support cross-play and cross-progression on the next-gen consoles, so your account, items, and progress will all carry over. Epic also revealed that it plans to migrate Fortnite on PS5 and Xbox Series X to the Unreal Engine 5 in the middle of 2021.
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