Fortnite Deadpool black marker posters challenge

Week 6 is the second-to-last week of the Deadpool challenges in Fortnite. Previously, players have had to hunt down katanas, a unicorn, and some chimichangas. This week, your tasks are no different in principle, but the items you’re searching for are new. Like every week up to this point, there are two challenges requiring you to find one item each. The first of these challenges, which is to find a big black marker, doesn’t make you leave the in-game menu. Meanwhile, the second will force you to enter a Fortnite match in order to find recruitment posters.

Let’s find out where each of these items are located.

The location of the big black marker

To look up this week’s Deadpool challenges, navigate to the Marvel hero’s hideout through the vent in the Battle Pass room. From there, log in to the computer on the desk and you’ll be able to see the Week 6 challenges. However, you will need to complete the previous week to have access to this week’s tasks.

If you have completed the previous five weeks, then you’ll need to search for a big black marker. This item can be found in Brutus’ Agent room, which you’ll find in the top left corner of the Battle Pass room. Simply head to the room and you’ll see the marker on a table next to Brutus.

Fortnite Deadpool big black marker

Where to find recruitment posters in Fortnite

As for the second Deadpool challenge, you’ll need to deface three recruitment posters across the Fortnite island. The easiest place to find three posters in close proximity is Frenzy Farm. You can find one at the big, white house, another in the barn, and the last in the tiny shack towards the southern end of the location.

Once you’ve completed both challenges, you’ll be awarded a red and black weapon wrap. This, of course, matches Deadpool’s colors and will look great with his skin whenever it arrives in Fortnite.

Make sure to keep up with Daily Esports for more Fortnite challenge guides.

Joey Carr
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.

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