Fortnite Season 4 Week 3: Rubber Duckies Location Guide


Learn where to find the star for each week.

The weekly challenges offer players another way to progress through the season 4 Battle Pass, when you complete at least four of the seven tasks you are then rewarded with 5,000XP. You can see the icon's exact location on our map above.

There's definitely more, but these are the first 10 we've found so if you're looking to complete the challenge as quickly as possible, head to these 10 locations.

You can check out the latest trailer for Fortnite Season 4 below which is now available to download on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Go to all the locations and you'll complete the challenge.

The fourth and final five stars-worth challenge is dealing damage using pistols.

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Every week, players are given a series of new challenges to complete in order to win experience for their character, unlocking new skins.

To get special challenges, you must complete the Weekly challenges. In fact, there is no telling what it will take to get to the items anyway, but if it will be anything like the gnome challenge in the previous season, players should have a pretty solid idea of what this whole affair will entail.

If you manage to complete all of Week 3's challenges, you'll get a loading screen that features a group of heroes huddled around a holographic map.

Fortunately for you though, we've scoured the internet to bring you this guide and map. The star is on the patch of dirt between them, but it will be invisible until you approach it.

There is also a duck hiding at the very southern part of the map by the waterfall in Lucky Landing. However, if you look a little closer, each loading screen contains a hidden clue that, when followed, will reveal a bonus 10 Battle Stars for you to collect and jump up to the next Battle Pass tier.

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