Fortnite: Dirty Docks Swimming Trial Challenge Location Guide
Fortnite’s Chapter 2: Season 3 challenges continue in Week 4 with a new Aquaman time trial. With the island still flooded, many of the areas you’re used to are now underwater, and that means a swimming-themed challenge is in order! This week, you must complete the swimming time trial at Dirty Docks in order to get a Supreme Shell reward. It’s the latest in a series of Aquaman challenges based on Jason Momoa’s version of the character, and while it has its own reward, it’s also part of the process to unlock this season’s Aquaman skins.
The challenge is live now, and you can use our guide to find the location and complete it in a hurry so you’re all set on Aquaman rewards thus far.
Where are the Dirty Docks?
The Dirty Docks are located on the eastern edge of Fortnite’s Season 3 map, and they’re separated from the main island by water. Once you locate the large construction equipment in the water, you’ll know you’re in the right place to complete the challenge. The challenge starts in the water itself, just south of the cranes.
How do you complete the trial?
To complete the trial, all you need to do is swim through the time icons you see in the water before your allotted time expires.
This can be difficult to do if you are only swimming normally, but if you jump out of the water as you’re swimming, you’ll receive a speed boost that will let you complete it.
What reward is available for completing the challenge?
You will receive the Supreme Shell back bling as a reward for completing this challenge.
For help with other recent challenges, check out our guide on dancing in front of cameras at Sweaty Sands. This challenge is part of an ongoing series to unlock the Aquaman skin, and you must complete all five and buy the battle pass to receive it. This week features the fourth challenge, and if you unlock the skin, there will then be one last challenge to unlock an alternate version.
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