Fortnite Season 7, Week 4 Challenges

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Where is doomsday preppers guide?

The doomsday preppers guide is located at the Hydro 16 water facility at the bottom of the dam in the southern portion of the map. Head on inside to the ground floor of the building, and head for the northeast corner of the building. You'll find a small office with a desk and few filing cabinets. PC GamerWhere to collect a doomsday preppers guide in Fortnite

Where are the clues at the farm in fortnite?

One clue can be found near a pile of logs north of the farm house on the opposite side of the river. A second can be found by a cluster of stones just east of the bridge which connects Steel Farm to Crony Complex. You can find another clue by the trees near the farmhouse. Eurogamer.netFortnite - Farm clues locations: Search the farm for clues explained

Fortnite Season 7 Week 4 Challenges

The Epic Challenges are released on a Thursday every week in Fortnite and there are a total of seven challenges to complete. Completing these challenges awards players with 30,000 XP for each completed challenge, making a total of 210,000 XP available every week. The Legendary Challenges are available every Wednesday.

The Week 4 Legendary Challenge is already available to complete, which is all about helping Farmer Steel. “Farmer Steel has gone missing, but you’ll need to do some searching before we can be sure that the aliens are responsible. If he really is missing… Best to prepare for more trouble.” We have created guides for each stage of the challenge, which you can see by clicking here.

Here are all of the seven Epic Challenges that will be released tomorrow, Thursday 1st July, at 3pm BST for Week 4 of Fortnite:

The Epic Challenges for this week are pretty self explanatory, but we will be releasing any necessary guides when the challenges are live and available to complete in-game. The majority of these challenges involves the Saucer and Abductors. You can find these easily by checking the map whilst you’re on the Starter Island or in the Battle Bus and the Points of Interest (POIs) that are glowing purple will be where you can find the Saucers and you can see the Abductors marked on the map.

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‘Fortnite’ Doomsday Preppers Guide Location: Where To Collect The Doomsday Preppers Guide

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This week’s set of legendary challenges in Fortnite: Battle Royale revolves around Farmer Steel, who’s gone into hiding for “mysterious reasons”. You’ll need to hunt for clues at the farm, put up missing person signs, visit his favorite locations and look for a Doomsday Preppers guide. Prepping for Doomsday might be seen as a somewhat unhinged thing to do in the real world, but here in Fortnite it’s only sensible. Doomsday happens nearly all the time, after all. Here’s where to find the guide.

To find the Doomsday Prepper’s Guide, you’re going to want to head to Hydro 16, in the sort of South Central part of the map. You’re not going to the big damn, however, but the power plant just to the east.

You’re going to want to go inside and go to the first floor. Behind the eastern turbine you’ll see a door with broken windows: all the other doors on the first floor should be steel affairs with yellow warning signs on them. Here’s what you’re looking for:

Head into the office and look right: the prepper’s guide will be on the floor near some drawers, so interact with it to complete the quest. I found batman in there when I was looking for it: such is the odd little metaverse of Fortnite.

And that will do you. Things have been moving fast here in this season, with the Alien Mother ship currently a presence on the island that’s threatening to mix things up even more. I’ve seen speculation that it’s about to do some Independence Day-style destruction, which seems about right for the game in its current state. It would certainly explain the necessity for Doomsday Preparations, so we’ll see what else Farmer Steel has up his sleeve next week.

Fortnite Farm Clues - Where To Search For Clues

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Every week during Season 7, a new set of Legendary challenges are released. Unlike weekly epic challenges, Legendary challenges have to be completed within 7 days. After which, the challenges disappear forever.

Not only are Legendary Challenges great for XP, but this season they are integral to the storyline. In seasons past, Legendary Challenges required players to do the same task a large number of times. Now, each step of the Legendary challenge line tells a story. This makes challenges more important than ever to complete for players who are interested in Fortnite lore.

The fourth week of Legendary challenges revolve around Farmer Steel going missing. For the first task, Farmer Steel’s cousin asks the player to search Steel Farm for any clues as to where he might have gone. Players have to find two clues in order to complete the challenge.

Below is a map showing the exact locations of the clues at Steel Farm. Players only need to investigate two of these areas, but there are four options available. The two easiest places to search would be the rock formation just south of the house followed by the cliffside to the north of the house. There also might be some loot available nearby allowing players to gear up for the rest of the match.

Players will turn up empty-handed after searching for clues, but it will start a questline where players have to uncover the truth behind Farmer Steel’s disappearance. This will also uncover more secrets as to why the aliens have chosen to invade Fortnite.

Completing this challenge will reward the player with 45k XP. If a player completes all six Legendary challenges they will earn a total of 150k XP. These challenges will make it easier for players to reach Battle Pass tier 100 and unlock the coveted Super Styles.

Farmer Steel is missing, and it’s up to players to find him. Here are the locations of all of Farmer Steel’s favorite places in Fortnite.

Every week during Season 7, a new set of Legendary challenges are released. Unlike weekly epic challenges, Legendary challenges have to be completed within 7 days. After which, the challenges disappear forever.

Not only are Legendary Challenges great for XP, but this season they are integral to the storyline. In seasons past, Legendary Challenges required players to do the same task a large number of times. Now, each step of the Legendary challenge line tells a story. This makes challenges more important than ever to complete for players who are interested in Fortnite lore.

Farmer Steel has three favorite locations on the map, and players will have to visit all three to complete the challenge. They don’t have to be visited in the same match, but it is possible with the use of a UFO or quick rotation.

Farmer Steel’s favorite places are Flopper Pond, Pizza Pit, and Lake Canoe. These three locations are marked on the map below. Flopper Pond is north-east of Holly Hedges. Pizza Pit is directly north of Corny Complex. and Lake Canoe is north of Retail Row. Players just simply need to walk through these areas to gain progress towards the challenge.

Alas, players will once again turn up empty-handed. With Farmer Steel not being at any of his favorite places, his cousin begins to suspects aliens are involved. The search for Farmer Steel continues, and players will start by placing missing person signs at different locations.

Completing this challenge will reward the player with 30k XP. If a player completes all six Legendary challenges they will earn a total of 150k XP. These challenges will make it easier for players to reach Battle Pass tier 100 and unlock the coveted Super Styles.

Vending machines are back in Fortnite offering dependable loot at a low cost. Here are all of the Fortnite vending machine locations in Season 7.

Vending Machines were introduced back in Chapter 1 and were a quick way for players to purchase weapons. When they were first introduced, players would give up some of their building materials for rare, epic, or legendary weapons.

Players would have to wait while the machine automatically scrolled through its options until it landed on the item they wanted to purchase. Now, players can spend gold bars they’ve accumulated in other matches and manually select which items they want to purchase.

There are two types of vending machines: The Weapon-O-Matic and Mending Machine. The Weapon-O-Matics are the purple vending machine on the map below. They dispense weapons of different rarities that oftentimes cost less than upgrading. The blue machines on the map are the Mending Machines and they dispense healing items. They also have the ability to instantly heal a player for gold bars.

The map below was made by Fortnite.gg. The map displays all of the Fortnite vending machine locations. Each vending machine can be found on the outside of a building. When a player gets close enough, a white vending machine icon will appear on their mini-map. They will also appear on the screen when a player gets even closer.

The contents of each machine is randomized each round, but prices of items don’t change. A green pump shotgun will cost 50 gold bars regardless of which vending machine it comes from. If a player is struggling to find loot or find weapons of a higher rarity than common, vending machines are one of the best and most dependable ways of getting geared up.

The new Kymera skin can only be customized using a special material, and here are all of the Fortnite Alien Artifact locations in Fortnite.

Similar to the Season 3 Brella glider and Season 2 Maya skin, the Season 7 Battle Pass has its own custom skin. Kymera is the first skin players receive after purchasing the Battle Pass, and he’s also seen as the main enemy in the Season 7 story trailer.

However, Kymera’s parts aren’t unlocked by completing different challenges or reaching certain levels. Instead, Season 7 introduces a new form of currency called Alien Artifacts. These are used to purchase different style options from the Kymera Battle Pass menu. This guide will show players all of the Fortnite Alien Artifact locations.

There are two way to obtain Alien Artifacts: Collecting the weekly canisters and opening Cosmic Chests. Cosmic Chests randomly appear in Squads Mode and drop a random number of Alien Artifacts when opened. If you’re interested in hunting these chests, check out our guide on where to find Cosmic Chests.

Below is a map that shows the locations of the current Alien Artifacts. More Artifacts will be added each week at different locations around the map. Each of the Fortnite Alien Artifact locations gives players four artifacts. A gold rarity has yet to be added that will give players seven.

The Alien Artifacts are out in the open and make a faint noise when nearby. This makes them easy to locate and collect. To collect them, players simply need to walk into them. They can even drive through them using a boat, car, or UFO. The artifacts will be given to players when they return to the lobby after the match.

There aren’t any other uses for Alien Artifacts outside of purchasing Kymera parts. Players are encouraged to spend their Alien Artifacts as they get them because the best alien parts are locked behind purchasing all of the parts from that category. While you may only be able to get a limited number of Alien Artifacts easily, Cosmic Chest hunting allows players to obtain an unlimited amount

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Fortnite: Where To Search The Farm For Clues On Farmer Steel

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There are three clues scattered across Farmer Steel's farm, which is a Place of Interest just northeast and across the river from Corny Complex. You'll likely recognize it for its plentiful corn stalks. Currently, Hayseed resides there as a stand-in for the MIA Farmer Steel, but you'll need to find two of the three clues nearby to start to piece together the original Fortnite farmer. You can find all clues:

Remember, interacting with any two of these clues will unlock both the seasonal XP as well as the relevant story-related dialogue for those seeking more lore. Fornite in general has a greater focus on its story in Season 7, with each week's Legendary Quests telling a new plot in the overarching alien invasion story.

With the Week 3 challenges, we saw Doctor Slone infiltrating Sunny's pro-alien beach party, seeking to learn more about her enemy. What were her findings? Well, that's one part about which we're still waiting for answers, but it's been nice to see the story come closer to the foreground this season after so many years in the shadows.

There's still time to finish up some of the Week 3 challenges, but remember that Legendary Quests get replaced by the latest batch each week, and those go live every Wednesday at 7 AM PT / 10 AM ET in Season 7. If you want to be ready to unlock Superman, you should ensure you don't miss the plentiful XP on offer each week. Meanwhile, if you want to create your own alien and not just unlock DC's famous hero, grab all of the Week 4 Alien Artifacts here with us.

Every Week 4 Epic & Legendary Quest in Fortnite Season 7

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As in past seasons of Fortnite Chapter 2, players can earn extra XP quickly and easily by completing certain tasks during matches. During Week 4, players will cause some destruction, make use of Alien technology, look into a missing person's case, and prepare for the apocalypse. There are seven Epic Quests related to these activities and five Legendary Quests. Here's every Epic and Legendary Quest for Week 4 of Fortnite Season 7.

The Week 4 Epic Quests are:

Each Epic Quest during Week 4 of Fortnite Season 7 rewards 30,000 XP upon completion.

Players may be able to complete the Travel in a Saucer and Abduct an Opponent quest in the same match, especially since they will need to be in a Flying Saucer to use the Tractor Beam in the first place. It may also be possible to destroy hiding places and objects at any of the four listed locations to help players maximize their efficiency during a match.

Similar to the themes for Legendary Quests in previous weeks, players are dealing with alien interferences, this time in the form of abductions, and starting to prepare for the worst-case scenario should the aliens win. Searching for clues on the Farm will reward 45,000 XP. All the remaining Legendary Quests reward 30,000 XP each.

It is always a good idea to try and complete Fortnite's Epic and Legendary Quests in Team Rumble mode. This tends to be a less crowded game mode, affording players greater opportunities to complete quest activities. Recent changes to Team Rumble upset fans and will make questing in this mode a little more difficult, but players should ultimately still have enough time to complete a few quests each match.

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Fortnite: How to Destroy Hiding Places for Season 7 Challenge

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The first month of the battle royale title's seventh season is now in the books. Essentially the inverse of Season 6's primal theming, the new season has introduced an array of high-tech alien weaponry. More recently, developer Epic Games introduced the abductors, which grant access to the giant hovering mothership, as well as invasive alien parasites, which increase mobility while sapping health.

Unlike the confusing verbiage with this week's forage for food quest, this particular challenge is completely straightforward; destroying different hiding places. Rather than a "hiding spot" like a bush or behind a tree, hiding places in this sense refer to the handful of objects players can interact with to completely conceal themselves, including port-o-potty's, hay bales, and dumpsters. While finding at least one of these is a fairly easy task at the majority of Fortnite's named locations, destroying all three in a single match can prove difficult if one doesn't know exactly where to look.

Several prominent Fortnite YouTubers have found the most efficient POI to drop in for this quest is Pleasant Park. As demonstrated by Fortnite Events, players will want to land specifically behind the gas station found in the middle of the eastern edge of the location.

A dumpster will be there, followed by a port-o-potty just around the corner of the building when players head to the right. From there, grab a car (if available) and head past where one of last week's welcome signs were placed to the east edge of the soccer field, where another dumpster can be found up against the stone foundation of the blue multi-story house. Once three hiding places have been destroyed, the quest will be completed.

Those who manage to complete this quest will be rewarded with 30,000 XP. Players who've already completed the standard Fortnite quests can opt to tackle the Pro 100 LTM, one of the modes required to complete some of the latest Cosmic Summer quests.

Fortnite is free-to-play for PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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