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Fortnite season 4 week 14 challenge guide: How to harvest buses and RVs

This week’s Fortnite XP Xtravaganza challenges are live, and while a lot of them are straightforward, some require a bit of explanation. Specifically, there’s one for harvesting buses and RVs in native Fortnite locations. The wording of this challenge might be tripping you up, but we’ve got all the details on how to complete it, along with tips to make it as easy as possible for you.

Here’s how to harvest buses and RVs in native Fortnite locations for this week’s XP Xtravaganza challenge.

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How to harvest buses and RVs in native Fortnite locations

The main thing to know about this challenge is what “native Fortnite locations” means. These are locations where the listed vehicles first spawn. In other words, you can’t complete the challenge unless you harvest the vehicle from its spawning location — if the vehicles are moved, it won’t count. With that in mind, all you need to do is harvest one of the aforementioned vehicles. We recommend going to the southern area of Weeping Woods to the trailer park, where you’ll find a handful of RVs.

Once you land, make your way over to one of the RVs and hammer away at it with your pickaxe. Remember to aim for the targets to deal more damage and harvest it faster. Once you’ve completely destroyed it, you’ll gain credit for completing the challenge and earn 20,000 XP. If you do get eliminated before completely harvesting the vehicle, you can simply try again. The RVs listed above spawn in this location every time, so there’s no risk of missing out, as long as you complete the challenge within this season.

You can complete this challenge in any mode that features the listed vehicles, so boot up a Solos, Duos, Squads, or Team Rumble match to give it a go. And, as with most challenges, your entire squad will gain credit for completing it, even if only one person actually does the harvesting. Because of that, we recommend trying this challenge in a team-based mode, so you can help your teammates finish the challenge (or vice versa). If you play in a team-based mode, there’s a chance one of your squadmates will complete the challenge and you’ll gain credit for it.

The other thing to note is that this challenge is part three of five. You’ll need to complete it before moving onto the other parts, which are a tad more complicated. The later two challenges are for releasing Slurp into the atmosphere and to boogie before oblivion, so make sure you harvest an RV or bus beforehand.

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