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Fortnite season 4 week 10 challenge guide: How to ride 20,000 meters in a vehicle

It’s a new week, which means there is a new set of Fortnite challenges to go through. For season 4 week 10, Fortnite wants you to travel 20,000 meters in a vehicle. The nice thing is that you don’t have to do it in a single game, but even slowly chipping away at it can become tedious. In this guide, we’ll show you the most efficient way to complete this challenge, from where to find the best vehicle for it, to the best game mode to get it finished quickly, and an effective route.

Here’s how to ride 20,000 meters in a vehicle in Fortnite.

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How to ride 20,000 meters in a vehicle

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The first step to completing this challenge quickly is to grab the best vehicle for the job. Sure, you can hop in any old car or truck and get it done eventually, but having to fill them up with a gas can certainly slows down the process. Instead, we recommend using a boat — and one, in particular, is found at an ideal location and doesn’t require you to fill it with gas.

Boot up a Team Rumble match so you can respawn if you die. It’s also easier to see in Team Rumble, as Battle Royale is full of thick fog as part of the Fortnitemares event. Land at the location shown in the image above — to the northeast of Coral Castle. Here, you’ll find a dock with a boat. Now, ride this boat all the way to Stark Industries while mashing the boost button (Circle on PS4, B on Xbox One, and A on Nintendo Switch) to get there faster.

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You’ll want to adjust your route accordingly based on possible opponents and the storm. For us, we managed to sit around Stark Industries for the majority of the match. In essence, drive around this area as long as the storm (or enemies) permit. Keep driving around and the game will notify you of every 5,000 meters you travel. Even if you have a generous storm path that allows you to drive the boat for a while, you’ll still probably need to boot up multiple matches to get this challenge finished. Here’s a video of us driving around in the boat.

In the match from the gameplay above, we managed to drive around for over 10 minutes and only managed to reach 10,000 meters driven. So it’ll still take you an additional match to complete this challenge if you use our method. Still, it’s better than trying to drive around in a car, which is more susceptible to being destroyed by enemies and requires pit stops for gas to continue driving. After you’ve reached 20,000 meters traveled, you’ll gain credit for completing the challenge and earn 25,000 XP.

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