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Fortnite dance at different telescopes Storm Racer mission and prestige guide

Maps and locations for this season 10 challenge

A Fortnite player stands behind a telescope in the middle of the desert Epic Games via Polygon

While most of Fortnite’s missions this week have to do with either the storm or racing, one objective is just a little bit different. This challenge sends players to dance at three different telescopes across the map.

Over the last several Fortnite seasons telescopes have been in lots of places around the map. But unlike in season 3 when they were everywhere, there are far fewer telescopes on the Fortnite island now. To help you find the remaining ones, we’ve put together a map.

Fortnite map telescope locations

A Fortnite map with three telescope locations marked near the middle of the map Epic Games via Polygon

This mission really is as simple as it sounds. Just walk up to each of these telescopes and start your favorite dance to get credit for it. Unfortunately, there aren’t a lot of good ways of going from one to another in the same game, which means you’ll probably need to complete them separately.

Prestige guide: Dance at three different telescopes in a single match

For the harder version of this challenge, you’ll need to make it to all three telescopes over the course of a single game. To do that, you’ll actually need to play a very smart game of Fortnite.

Each of these telescopes will require you to reach the top of a mountain, so you’ll need to make sure you have plenty of materials before you arrive at each one. With some smart play and a little luck from the zone you should be able to get this challenge done in no time.

Here’s how to do it:

  1. Land at the southernmost telescope, where the least players are likely to be.
  2. After dancing at the telescope, collect materials and weapons in the area.
  3. Once you’ve got quite a few materials and a gun, head north to the snowy telescope.
  4. Head toward the center of the map, and dance at the final telescope.

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