The Fortnite Season X Week 6 challenges are now live for all players. Releasing earlier today, there are seven challenges for both the Free and Battle Pass sections. Yesterday, we covered those challenges in-depth and how to find the secret Battle Star related to those challenges, so make sure to check both of those guides out.
However, for this guide, we will be going over how to complete the Free challenge “Destroy No Dancing signs.” This is one of the simpler tasks for this week — but only if you know where to look. Luckily, we happen to know all of the locations for these signs.
In total, there are seven No Dancing signs across the Fortnite map. However, you only need to find and destroy three of them to complete the Week 6 challenge. This can be done in any online match of Fortnite and does not have to be completed in one single match.
So, unlike other challenges, you can take your time finding these signs without any worry of messing up your progress. We’ll only be going over the three here that we believe take the least amount of time. However, we do have a map showing each location just in case.
As you can see from the map above, there are two signs that lie directly near each other. On one of the icy peninsulas in the southwest part of the map is where we’re going to look for our first sign. It will be near the edge of the map, so be careful you don’t fall off the cliff. Just swing your pickaxe at it and then move on.
Next, head a little northeast and make your way up the small hill as indicated on the map; our second sign will be here. After you destroy the two snow biome signs, head up to the Salty Springs sign. Most likely the circle will be somewhere near this location.
Just east of the Cattus skeleton and on the second level of the skinny mountain is where the third and final sign is located. Simply destroy that one and this challenge is complete!
We hope this guide was helpful! Stay tuned to Daily Esports for all Fortnite Season X coverage.
Joey Carr is a University of North Georgia Journalism graduate. He has 5+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including Dreamhack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.