Solved: Search between a covered bridge, waterfall and the 9th Green – Fornite Week 10 Star Challenge
Week 10 Star Challenge – How to Search between a covered bridge, waterfall and the 9th Green – Battle Pass Only
Search between a covered bridge, waterfall and the 9th Green is Week 10’s Battle Pass Star Challenge, if you complete this challenge you’ll receive 10 stars. The challenge is rated Hard by FNBR however it’s pretty easy if you know where to look. Fortnite battle tested gamers and noobs, we can help you save a ton of time by showing you where to look according to the clues given above. For you noobs, the most important clue is knowing where to start your search, the 9th green, therefore you know the star is located in the vicinity of Lazy Links. Keep reading below as we break this week’s challenge down, clue by clue, finally leading to the solving of the Week 10 challenge.
A Covered Bridge – Clue #1
The covered bridge Epic Games / FNBR is referring to is the located between Lazy Links, Wailing Woods and Tomato Temple.
Waterfall – Clue #2
The waterfall is located at the edge of the map, you don’t need to go here, we just did as a reference.
Lazy Links 9th Green – Final Clue
This is in very close approximation to where the battle star can be found, again using this as a reference point.
So there is a triangle pattern here as shown below. Fortnite gives you the biggest clue by mentioning the 9th Green last, the battle star is literally a stone throw away, behind the shed on the 9th green in Lazy Links, and as always on a patch of dirt, noobies don’t forget to search the star to complete the challenge.
Solved: Search between a covered bridge, waterfall and the 9th green
So there it is, solved the challenge, as a reference we have listed a few different videos for those that would like to see different strategies on unlocking the Week 10 challenge.[td_block_video_youtube playlist_title=”How to solve search between a covered bridge, waterfall and the 9th green” playlist_yt=”dp8VhWiDduY,YeAqStczh1M” playlist_auto_play=”0″]