Fortnite: How To Search Where Stone Heads Are Looking Location (Week 6, Season 5 Challenges)

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It's time for another round of Fortnite Season 5 challenges in Battle Royale, this time for Week 6. Whether you're playing on PS4, PC, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, or mobile, you'll be able to tackle a fresh selection of mini-quests to do so you can level up the Battle Pass and unlock some goodies. As with previous weeks, challenges are split up into two categories: Free and Battle Pass-exclusive. We've got all the information on the new challenges you need, and have also put together a guide to help you complete the harder ones--including how to search where the Stone Heads are looking.

The majority of the week's challenges can be accomplished by simply doing what comes natural to Fortnite players. In the free section and you'll need to deal 500 headshot damage to opponents, harvest 3,000 building resources with a pickaxe. The hardest challenge among the free ones, however, is the aforementioned task telling you to search where the Stone Heads are looking. To do this, you'll need to find all the Stone Heads on the island, of which there are seven. Once you've found them, you'll notice that they're all staring at one location: Salty Springs. Specifically, the small hill west of Salty Springs. Of course, now that you know exactly where they're looking, you don't have to actually seek out the Stone Heads and can instead head straight to the Battle Star. You can use the map images below for a better idea of where to go or watch us do the challenge in the video above.

The remaining challenges are for those that have a paid-for Battle Pass and involve searching for seven chests in Lonely Lodge, getting two kills with a Minigun or Light Machine Gun, and also taking out three opponents in Tilted Towers. The final challenge in the paid tier involves completing five timed trials. You'll get 6,000 XP for completing any four challenges, which shouldn't be too difficult.

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Fortnite Season 5, Week 6 Challenges

Free

  • Deal headshot damage to opponents (500) -- 5 Battle Stars
  • Harvest building resources with a pickaxe (3,000) -- 5 Battle Stars
  • Search where the Stone Heads are looking (1) -- 10 Battle Stars

Battle Pass

  • Search chests in Lonely Lodge (7) -- 5 Battle Stars
  • Complete timed trials (5) -- 5 Battle Stars
  • Minigun or Light Machine Gun eliminations (2) -- 10 Battle Stars
  • Eliminate opponents in Tilted Towers -- 10 Battle Stars

In related news, Fortnite is now available on Android devices. However actually getting it is much harder than you might think, as it is not being distributed through the Google Play store. Check out our step-by-step guide on how to download Fortnite Android if you need a hand.

Epic Games released Fortnite update 5.21 on August 15 and introduced the Heavy Sniper Rifle, which is available as an Epic and Legendary version. In addition to the new weapon there are two new Limited Time Modes: Soaring 50s and Sniper Shootout.

Soaring 50s is a twist on the normal 50v50 mode that encourages players to be more mobile by allowing Gliders to be re-deployed. There's also a number of extra Bounce Pads around to get players airborne. Sniper Shootout on the other hand is a little more subdued, with players doing battle using sniper rifles. However, since players are using the Heavy Sniper Rifle, things will get a bit messy.

If you're still trying to complete challenges from previous weeks, take a look at the links below, where you'll find guides on all of Season 5's hardest challenges. You can also find recent news stories surrounding Fortnite below, if you need to get caught up on what's been happening with the game lately.

Fortnite Season 5 Challenge Guides

Fortnite Season 5 Coverage

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