Fortnite Guide: Film Cameras, Search Between A Scarecrow (Season 4, Week 2 Challenges)
Here's how to complete Season 4's Week 2 challenges in Battle Royale.
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Season 4 of Fortnite: Battle Royale's Week 2 challenges are still available, providing players who own the Battle Pass with seven different objectives to complete. Some of these make use of new Season 4 gameplay elements such as Hop Rocks, while others offer more challenging tasks that could require the use of a map to complete. Here are the locations for all the key objectives and some tips on how to get them done. [Update: Epic has released all Season 4 challenges, and you have until July 12 to finish them.]
Among the challenges is the aforementioned one to consume Hop Rocks. You'll need to use seven in all--a task that's not especially difficult, provided you know where to look. Hop Rocks can be found in a number of places, but they're most abundant in Dusty Divot, the crater formed as part of Season 4's map update. Head there, and you'll find purple objects floating outside the fenced-in area surrounding the comet. Simply walk up to one and hold the same key or button you'd use to open a chest, and you'll consume a Hop Rock--temporarily granting you the ability to jump much higher than usual.
Another challenge is to dance in front of different film cameras. You'll need to find seven cameras in all; these are another new element introduced as part of Season 4, which features a moviemaking theme. This is as simple as it sounds--just find a camera and perform a dance emote in front of it. The only tricky part is tracking all of these down, and many are not in named locations. Luckily, there are more than seven total, so it's not as difficult as it could be. Here's a map for 10 film camera locations we've verified:
The other more involved challenge for Week 2 is labeled by Epic as a Hard-difficulty one, meaning it nets you 10 Battle Stars, twice the number as most challenges. It asks you to search between a scarecrow, pink hotrod, and a big screen. This requires you to have either a strong knowledge of the island or a map--either way, you simply head to a point in between all three of the stated objects to find a Battle Pass icon you can collect by holding the Use button/key. This can be found directly east of Risky Reels, as seen in the map below.
The remainder of the challenges are fairly straightforward, though they may require some time and luck. You'll have to search chests in Greasy Grove, which is really just a matter of spending enough time in the area. (As always, check out attics when looking for chests.) Another asks you to deal damage with suppressed weapons to opponents (500) total, which is just a matter of happening upon the right weapon and then making use of it.
Similarly, you'll need to rack up three explosive weapon eliminations, which includes both things like grenades and rocket launchers. (Your best bet may be in a solo playlist, where you don't have to worry about downing enemies that can be revived.) And finally, you'll need to eliminate three opponents in Tomato Town. Just drop there at the start of a match and try to track down a weapon before anyone else.
For more help, you can also check out our Week 1 challenges guide, as well as our roundup of all Season 4 challenges. Completing these is the fastest way to level up your Battle Pass, allowing to get your hands on this season's skins and rewards.
Fortnite Season 4, Week 2 Challenges
- Search Chests in Greasy Grove (7) -- 5 Battle Stars
- Consume Hop Rocks (7) -- 5 Battle Stars
- Deal damage with Suppressed Weapons to opponents (500) -- 5 Battle Stars
- Dance in front of different film cameras (7) -- 5 Battle Stars
- Hard: Search between a Scarecrow, Pink Hotrod, and a Big Screen -- 10 Battle Stars
- Hard: Explosive Weapon Eliminations (3) -- 10 Battle Stars
- Hard: Eliminate opponents in Tomato Town (3) -- 10 Battle Stars
Reward: 5k XP (after completing four challenges)
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