Fortnite Seat For Giants, Bat Statue, And Way-Aboveground Pool Locations Guide (Season 10)

Put on your boogie shoes and head to these three locations to complete one of Week 6's trickier challenges.

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Another batch of Season 10 challenges is now live in Fortnite: Battle Royale. Week 6's missions are called Boogie Down, and as you've likely guessed, most of the tasks involve dancing in various places around the island. One challenge that may throw you for a loop is to dance in front of a bat statue, a way-aboveground pool, and a seat for giants. If you have no idea where any of those are located, don't worry; this guide will show you where to go.

Where Are The Bat Statue, Way-Aboveground Pool, And Seat For Giants Locations?

As the challenge states, you need to bust a move in front of three unique landmarks to complete this task. That's the easy part; the tricky part is actually tracking down the landmarks, which is pretty difficult given how vague the clues are. Thankfully, once you know where to look, they're very easy to find.

The bat statue, fittingly enough, can be found in the northern portion of Haunted Hills. The way-aboveground pool, meanwhile, is located on the Floating Island, which returned to the game following the 10.20 content update. Finally, the seat for giants is in the snowy biome, south of Shifty Shafts; it looks like a massive wooden chair, so you can't miss it.

We've marked the landmarks' locations on the map below. Note that the Floating Island is moving around the map, so its location may change, but it'll be easy to spot regardless.

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How To Complete The Challenge

Once you know where to look, all you need to do is go to the three landmarks and use a dance emote in front of them. You don't need to visit all three within a single round to complete the standard challenge, so you can head to one, get eliminated, then hop into another match and repeat the process until you've visited all three. However, if you're hoping to complete the Prestige version of this challenge, you'll need to dance in front of all three landmarks within a single match.

There are still a few weeks left in Season 10 of Fortnite, which means you have plenty of time to complete any remaining challenges from earlier in the season. If you need help with those, we've gathered up maps and tips for all of the trickier tasks in our complete Fortnite Season 10 challenges roundup. Meanwhile, the latest patch squashes some bugs and introduces a new party hub.

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