Fortnite Duck Locations: Here Are the Rubber Duck Locations

Doris Richards
May 16, 2018

Learn where to find the star for each week.

Another Week 3 challenge for "Fortnite: Battle Royale" season 4 is searching for chests at the Lonely Lodge. We've got a guide to help you find 10 of them and complete the challenge.

This week's treasure map sends you to the dirt race track on the east coast of the map.

You must complete the match in order to finish each challenge - quitting early will not complete the task.

Pistols, revolvers, and hand cannons will all work for this challenge.

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Fortnite Duck Locations: What's the Reward for Finding Them? As usual, the challenges present a mixture of objectives to complete that allow you to level up your Battle Pass and unlock new rewards, but there's another bonus waiting for players who manage to clear them all. In fact, there is no telling what it will take to get to the items anyway, but if it will be anything like the gnome challenge in the previous season, players should have a pretty solid idea of what this whole affair will entail. You can also read the full patch notes here.

There is also a duck hiding at the very southern part of the map by the waterfall in Lucky Landing.

Straightforward and simple. The screenshot shows a film shoot, with the star location visible in the background. Before you do that, we need to mention that Fortnite's developers have made it a bit easier for players to find the ducks by highlighting them with red circles in the map overview.

This one is a little trickier!

Go to the west ridge, south of Haunted Hills and west of Pleasant Park - look in the center of squares [A3, A4, B3, B4] - right where the line in the center meets, you'll find the second star. There's a holographic battle star on one of the hills by the river, in the south of the map.

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