Fortnite Week 5: Dance on top of Water Tower CHALLENGE guide

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Fortnite Week 5: Dance on top of Water Tower CHALLENGE guide

Season 7 of Fortnite is on its full pace as players from all over the world compete against one another in this battle-royale game to complete the challenges and achieve those cool rewards. The Secret Battle Star location is the same on all platforms.

The new year is upon us and the company behind Fortnite: Battle Royale unveiled the latest set of weekly Fortnite Challenges on 3rd January 2019.

There will be three different stages players will need to complete in order to finish the challenge. At this point, the challenges aren't exactly a huge surprise, but that doesn't mean they're all super easy to complete.

The challenge comes in three parts, as players will have to visit three specific locations on the Fortnite map and dance on top of a Water Tower, Ranger Tower, and Air Traffic Control Tower. The simplest way to accomplish this quest would be to deal damage to the base, which would then completely crumble the entire structure.

Drop through this hole in the ice to find the Secret Battle Star you seek.

The Ranger Tower can't be missed since it's the tallest structure at Lonely Lodge.

Suppressed weapons include any gun with a suppressor, so you can use the suppressed handgun, the suppressed submachine gun or the suppressed assault rifle. We've found all the tower locations for easy dancing. First, you're going to need to head over to the map between Happy Hamlet and Frosty Flights, as see in the map above.

While doing the actions needed to complete the challenge are simple enough, finding the locations may be more hard, and so we have included pinpoint locations where each of the three towers can be found. That's where you need to go. This challenge means that the location will be crowded throughout the week, so be careful when landing there. If you search between those three, you'll find the star on a patch of dirt.

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