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Fortnite: Travis Scott challenges list for Astronomical concert event

Complete the challenges to unlock Astronomical cosmetics items

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The poster for Travis Scott’s Astronomical Fortnite in-game concert Image: Epic Games/Cactus Jack

Travis Scott’s Fortnite concert doesn’t start until later this week, but Epic’s already getting players hyped for the festivities with some in-game challenges. The challenges mostly center around the area of the map that Epic added for the Astronomical concert. Completing each challenge will net players a cosmetic reward. All three of these challenges will be available to complete until April 26.

Here are all three of the challenges that are currently available for Travis Scott and Fortnite’s Astronomical event.

Dance for 10 seconds on the dance floor of The Yacht or the Apres Ski

The location of The Yacht and Apres Ski dance floors for Fortnite’s Travis Scott challenge Image: Epic Games via Polygon

The first challenge tasks players with heading out to The Yacht in the north eastern corner of the map or to the Apres Ski near Misty Meadows doing a dance for 10 seconds. When completing this challenge, players will get an Astrothunder loading screen.

Bounce off of different giant Astro heads

The location of Fortnite’s Astro heads for the Travis Scott challenge Image: Epic Games via Polygon

This challenge asks players to go to the concert location, in the top left area of the map near Sweaty Sands to bounce on five giant heads. This challenge gives players with an Astro Antidote spray.

Visit the stage north of Sweaty Sands

The location of Fortnite’s Travis Scott challenge stage Image: Epic Games via Polygon

This challenge to head to the stage itself, also located in the top left area north of Sweaty Sands. This challenge reward players with a Banner.


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