Fortnite has just been updated for season 4 week 9, and not only does it include new challenges, but the map has gotten a spooky makeover, as well. You’ll find slight changes here and there like a thick fog in some areas and new Halloween-themed cosmetics to unlock. For this week, there’s a challenge for dancing at the highest and lowest points of the map. Of course, the game doesn’t tell you where these spots are, but luckily, we can point you in the right direction.
In this guide, we’ll walk you through finding the two points on the map and show you how to get to each of them quickly. Here’s how to dance at the highest and lowest points in Fortnite.
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Where to find the highest point
The highest point of the map is located at the peak of the snowy mountain to the south of Catty Corner. As soon as you jump out of the Battle Bus, you should be able to see this spot — as it tends to stick out. The peak is marked with a flag, so make your way there and either dance or use any sort of emote to get credit here. Below is a video showing the exact spot.
Once you initiate the dance or emote, you’ll get credit for it and you can move on to the next one. At this point, we recommend grabbing a helicopter from the island to the north of Misty Meadows. If it’s not there, you might want to back out so you can easily land at the next spot. If quitting isn’t your thing, find a vehicle of some kind and head to Coral Castle to find the lowest point on the map.
Where to find the lowest point
As for the lowest point, it’s located right in the middle of Coral Castle, inside the tall fancy structure on the northern side of this area. Inside, there’s a body of water with a monument in the center. You need to stand on this monument (just on the side of it — not on top) and dance to get credit. Here’s a video of the exact location.
In the video, you can see where you’re supposed to stand, though you might notice we didn’t get credit for the challenge. That’s because we already completed it in a separate run, but we couldn’t show it off due to an immense amount of fog in the area. In some matches, the fog can be so thick, you can barely see. If this happens, use the mini map in the top right to try and find your way around the area. If it’s too much, you can back out and give it another try.
And as always, make sure you bring a team with you to watch your back. After you’ve danced at both spots, you’ll gain credit for completing the challenge and earn 25,000 XP.
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