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Fortnite season 5 week 2 challenge guide: Delivering a vehicle to Pleasant Park

After you’ve completed the first stage for collecting all car parts in Fortnite during season 5 week 2, you’ll unlock the quest for delivering a vehicle from Steamy Stacks to Pleasant Park. It’s not as difficult as similar challenges in the past since you don’t have a limited amount of time to complete it. You can take the entire match to deliver a vehicle to your destination, provided the storm doesn’t overtake you.

However, there are still a few things you should know about this challenge. In this guide, we’ll walk you through how to complete it with ease. Here’s how to deliver a vehicle from Steamy Stacks to Pleasant Park in Fortnite.

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How to deliver a vehicle from Steamy Stacks to Pleasant Park

Remember, season 5’s challenges are set up like XP Xtravaganza, where there are multiple stages to each challenge set. Before you can begin this particular challenge, you must complete stage one of the Burnout set, which requires you to find all car parts. Once you do, you’ll be ready to deliver a vehicle from Steamy Stacks to Pleasant Park.

Start by landing directly at Steamy Stacks (located in the northeastern portion of the map) and try to find a vehicle with plenty of gas. Around 50% will do, but even if you don’t find one with enough, you can always stop to refill. It will just take more time if you have to do that. The other thing you should know is that — depending on the storm and where other players land — you’ll probably pass a multitude of enemies on the way to Pleasant Park. Because of this, the difficulty of this challenge is slightly luck-based, so hopefully you don’t encounter too many deadly opponents along the way.

It’s also a good idea to have a route planned out, so place a marker on Pleasant Park and stick to the roads as you make your way toward it. We advise not to drive on the grass since the vehicles tend to control very poorly off-road. Check out the video above for a route you can take. There are multiple paths, so don’t feel like you have to use the path we took to complete the challenge.

Once you arrive at Pleasant Park, you’ll complete the challenge and gain 20,000 XP. The nice thing about this one is that you can complete it in less than two minutes, even if you encounter multiple enemies along the way, like we did. Just stick to the roads and try not to run into any objects that could slow you down to make you an easier target.

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