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The new treasure maps give us a cool way to get the best gear.
It's season 8, week 2 for Fortnite: Battle Royale challenges, and this batch has staged quests we've seen before, but also some that will send you to new locations on the island.
Challenges - Thing - Eye - Treasure - Maps
Apart from the regular challenges, there's another thing to keep an eye out for in the latest update: treasure maps. You'll find these treasure maps hidden in chests and in ground loot all around the island. When you get one, follow it to where X marks the spot, then dig down with your pick-ax to collect a buried treasure with at least one legendary item. But wait, if the theme is pirates this season, shouldn't we be calling it booty? Yes, we absolutely should, so go get that booty!
If you haven't finished last week's challenges, go to our season 8, week 1 challenges guide.
Stage - Land - Block
Stage 1: Land at The Block
Deal damage to descending supply drops (0/200)
Eliminations - Salty - Springs - Hills
Eliminations in Salty Springs or Haunted Hills (0/3)
Stage 1: Gain health from apples (0/25)
North - South - East - Points - Island
Visit the furthest north, south, east and west points of the island
Deal damage to opponents with a pirate cannon (0/100)
Challenge - Stages - Credit - Per - Match
This challenge has five stages and you can only get credit for one per match, so your best bet here is to concentrate on it for five straight games while you complete other challenges. After landing at The Block, the next stages are (in order): Dusty Divot, Polar Peak, Snobby Shores and Paradise Palms. Here's where they are on the map to make it handy:
For this challenge you're going to want to do a large group mode like Rumble because supply drops come more frequently especially in the second half of a match. Large group modes will also be safer because half the...
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