Fortnite Teddy Bears Locations Map: Where To Destroy Teddy Bears At Holly Hedges
A new set of Overtime challenges has arrived in Fortnite, and one asks you to destroy teddy bears; here's where they're located.
The latest set of Fortnite Overtime challenges is now live on all platforms. One of this week's missions asks you to destroy teddy bears at Holly Hedges. If you're having some trouble tracking them down, this guide will show you where to find the teddy bears and how to complete the challenge.
Where Are The Teddy Bear Locations?
As the challenge states, the teddy bears can all be found around Holly Hedges, which is located in the western part of the map in grid square B5. There are a handful of them scattered around the area, so it shouldn't be too difficult to find a few just by exploring. However, if you want a quick look at where the bears are hidden, we've rounded up all the ones we've spotted on the map below:
How To Complete The Challenge
Once you come across a teddy bear, you can destroy it either with your pickaxe or any other weapon you've picked up during the match. Like other Overtime challenges, the amount of XP you'll earn depends on how many teddy bears you've destroyed, so you'll need to smash seven of them to get the full amount. Fortunately, you don't need to destroy them all within a single match, so you can return to the area across several matches and smash a few more each time until you hit seven.
Season 2 of Fortnite Chapter 2 ends in early June, with Season 3 set to begin on June 4. That still gives you a little more time to complete any weekly challenges you may have missed from this season. If you need help wrapping up some of those, we've collected all of our maps and guides in our Fortnite Season 2 challenges roundup.
In other news, Epic Games recently announced that Fortnite will be a launch game for PS5 and Xbox Series X. The game will continue to support cross-play and cross-progression, so your account, items, and progress will all carry over if you decide to play on the next-gen consoles. Epic also revealed 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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