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Fortnite season 4 week 13 challenge: Dancing on 5 colored bridges in one match

The latest XP Xtravaganza is live in Fortnite, with a new set of challenges to cross off your list. For season 4, week 13, you must visit all five colored bridges and dance on them in a single game. Even if you’re a seasoned Fortnite player, you might not remember where all five colored bridges are, so in this guide, we’ll remind you of their locations and give you tips to complete the challenge as easily as possible.

Here’s how to dance on all five colored bridges in Fortnite.

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Before attempting this challenge, you should be aware of the general locations of all five bridges. The map above (thanks, shows the locations of all five maps. Have this map handy before attempting to visit each location so you can complete the challenge more efficiently.

Start by landing right next to a helicopter so you can visit each location quickly. Although it might not sound like much, visiting and dancing upon all five bridges will take some time, so you’ll want to ensure you’re doing it as fast as you can. The storm can overtake you if you’re too slow. We recommend going from south to north (though you can visit the bridges in any order), so visit the little island to the north of Misty Meadows to find a chopper. From there, head to the first bridge.

Yellow bridge — Catty Corner

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The first bridge is to the southeast, between Misty Meadows and Catty Corner. You’ll find a semi-truck nearby.

Purple bridge — Slurpy Swamp

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Next, fly northwest, all the way up to Slurpy Swamp. The bridge you’re looking for is to the north of this area and connects Slurpy Swamp and Weeping Woods.

Red bridge — Salty Springs

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After that, make your way north to the next bridge that connects Salty Springs with Doom’s Domain.

Green bridge — Stark Industries

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The next bridge is found on the southeast side of Stark Industries. This bridge doesn’t connect Stark Industries to a named location, but you shouldn’t have issues finding it.

Blue bridge — Stark Industries

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Finally, head northwest to the other side of Stark Industries to reach the last bridge. This connects Doom’s Domain to Stark Industries. After dancing at the bridge, you’ll complete the challenge and earn 50,000 XP. Remember, you don’t need to actually dance to earn credit — simply using any emote will count.

It’s also a good idea to coordinate with your team to complete the challenge faster. Like many challenges, you gain credit for this one if anyone on your squad makes progress toward completing it. So, if you send a couple of teammates to various sectors of the map, the entire squad can earn credit for dancing at all five colored bridges in no time.

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