Fortnite Week 5 deadpool unicorn steel bridge challenge

Marvel’s anti-hero Deadpool has been making weekly appearances in Season 2 of Fortnite. Like most other characters this season, Deadpool has his own set of challenges that players can complete for one reward per week. The last installment required players to hunt down Katanas on the Fortnite map, for example. However, this week is a bit more challenging, as players will need to find five Steel Bridges on the map and a unicorn.

If you’re not sure where to look, we have you covered. Here’s where you can find a unicorn and five Steel Bridges in Fortnite.

How to find Deadpool’s unicorn

As always with the Deadpool challenges, one of the tasks doesn’t require you to leave the in-game lobby. To find the masked hero’s unicorn, you’ll need to head over to the new Agent room for Meowscles. This can be found within the Battle Pass tab of the lobby menu.

Once you’re in the room, you should see a purple and light blue unicorn sitting on the ground. Simply click on it, and part one of this Week 5 challenge is complete.

Fortnite Deadpool unicorn challenge

Where to find Steel Bridges in Fortnite

Next up for Deadpool’s Week 5 challenges is finding five Steel Bridges on the Fortnite map. You may know where some are just from playing Season 2, but it’s hard to know where all five are exactly. If you need a refresher, take a look at our map below to see each bridge’s location.

Fortnite Week 5 challenge

As you’ll notice, each bridge is color-coded. You don’t need to visit the bridges in any order, but you must visit each one at least once to “embrace the rainbow”. While you can do it all in one game, completing the challenge in multiple matches is the easiest route. Just remember to keep track of each Steel Bridge you visit.

Once you complete the challenge, you’ll be rewarded with the pink loading screen that you saw at the top of this article.

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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