Fortnite Carnival Clown Boards Locations and Map
Fortnite Carnival Clown Boards Locations and Map Week 9 Challenge
Fortnite Battle Royale Week 9 Season 6 has “Get a score of 10 or more on different Carnival Clown Boards” as one of their weekly challenges. From the looks of it, there are five different locations spread across the Fortnite map where you can find the Carnival Clown Boards. The two closest Carnival Clown Boards are at the Quad Crasher race track and Pleasant Park. However, landing in Pleasant Park and trying to complete this challenge is very difficult.
How to Complete the Carnival Clown Boards Challenge
We first discovered these Carnival Clown Boards in Week 8. You’ll need to get close to the board to activate the challenge, once activated balloons will begin inflating. Initially, I tried using a gun to complete the challenge however you need to use your pick axe to pop ten balloons without missing. It took me a few times, as I was dodging bullets from enemies, but finally was able to complete the challenge. Keep in mind, you need to visit three of the five locations in order to receive 500 XP. Currently, the Food Fight LTM may be the easiest to complete the Carnival Clown Board challenge in.
We have included below the exact locations as well as a helpful how to map of all the Carnival Clown Boards.
- Quad Crasher Location, just West near the tents
- Pleasant Park, Southwest part of town near football field.
- Just north of Campground, between Lonely Lodge and Retail
- East of Paradise Palms, across the bridge leading into Salty Springs / Fatal Fields
- Between Flush Factory and Lucky Landing, near the lone house on top of hills.
Carnival Clown Boards Map
The Carnival Clown Boards location are in the white circled areas and are very close approximations.
Carnival Clown Board Challenge Fortnite Video
We have also included a helpful Carnival Clown Boards Video as well. H/T IGN
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