Skip to main content

Fortnite season 8, week 6 challenge guide: Ariana Grande

The newest Fortnite punchcard quests are available now, and this batch comes to you from none other than Ariana Grande. This NPC is found on the island and gives you access to the Monster Hunter Questline, which is composed of challenges that send you around the map to collect items. Most of the quests aren’t too terribly tricky, but there are some you’ll need to be prepared for ahead of time.

In this guide, we’ll walk you through completing all of the latest challenges. These are the new Ariana Grande punchcard quests and how to complete them in Fortnite.

Related Videos

Recommended reading:

Ariana Grande challenge list

Map of Ariana Grande in Fortnite.

You’ll find Ariana Grande on the dock at Believer Beach, so make sure you visit her to begin the Monster Hunter Questline. Her location is on the map above.

Monster Hunter Questline

  • Collect a record and place it in a turntable (2)
  • Study the Caretaker’s footprints (2)
  • Collect Symbols from eliminated Cube Monsters (5)
  • Reveal the Command Symbol (1)
  • Launch signal flares (3)

Ariana Grande challenge guide

Collect a record and place it in a turntable (2)

Map of record locations in Fortnite.

For this challenge, you need to head to one of the locations on the map above to collect a record. Then, you’ll need to place it in the nearby turntable, which is usually found right next to the record. Keep in mind, if the turntable is destroyed, you won’t be able to place the record there.

Despite the quest seemingly saying it requires two records, this actually refers to the number of steps in the process, not the number of records you need to place. Collect the record (1) and place it in the turntable (2).

Study the Caretaker’s footprints (2)

The Sideways in Fortnite.

Next, you’ll need to make your way inside The Sideways, which are circular areas marked in purple and pink around the map. Once inside, you’ll want to interact with two of the large footprints on the ground.

Collect Symbols from eliminated Cube Monsters (5)

Cube Monster in Fortnite.

Head back into The Sideways and you’ll come across Cube Monsters. For this challenge, you need to take down Cube Monsters and collect the Symbols they drop, which are large crystals. After you’ve collected five of them, you’ll complete the challenge. Make sure you enter The Sideways with full shields and decent weapons.

Reveal the Command Symbol (1)

Map of Command Symbols in Fortnite.

To complete this challenge, simply visit one of the locations marked on the map above and interact with the pink Command Symbol. Once you do, you’ll earn credit for completing this one.

Launch signal flares (3)

Map of flares in Fortnite.

The final challenge will take a little bit of time, so it’s best to grab a vehicle. For this one, you need to visit three of the flare locations marked on the map above and interact with them to launch them into the air. You don’t need to visit all in the same match, so don’t worry if you get eliminated before you can complete the challenge.

Editors' Recommendations

The best Call of Duty games, ranked from worst to best
Characters shooting in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.

Few video game series are as influential and popular as Call of Duty. The annualized franchise throws players into fast-paced battles across various historical time periods -- along with fictional eras, as well. Call of Duty has taken us to World War II, the Cold War, a modern setting, and even to the future.

Although it's one of the most successful video game franchises out there, Call of Duty's quality varies significantly, with some fantastic entries in the series, but many mediocre ones as well. But which Call of Duty games are worth your time and which ones should you skip? To answer that question, we've ranked all the mainline entries in the series, with details about why you should or shouldn't play that particular game.

Read more
Fortnite: How to collect Dragon Balls on Adventure Island
Goku and Piccolo in Fortnite.

As part of the new Dragon Ball Super Fortnite quests, players need to head to Adventure Island to collect -- you guessed it -- seven Dragon Balls. Doing so is a little tricky, but this guide has all the info you'll need to find all seven Dragon Balls so you can make your wish to Shenron.

Recommended reading

Read more
Fire Emblem Engage class guide: class skills, strengths, and weaknesses
nintendo switch five year cycle fire emblem engage characters

Tactics games can be fairly complex thanks to them typically having a higher number of units to manage, level, and outfit. Fire Emblem Engage focuses down more on the combat side of the equation compared to Three Houses, so keeping your team scaling as the game goes on is vital. Instead of just having a linear experience and leveling system like most normal RPGs, Fire Emblem Engage continues the tradition of having a class system, where each unit can level up and change into different classes with different skills, strengths, and weaknesses. With dozens of options between Base, Advanced, and Special classes to pick from, it can be hard to know which ones are best. Let's run through some of the best options for each type.
Best Alear class

We'll single out your player character of Alear since they have a pretty definitive best class in Divine Dragon. Exclusive to them, this class's skill, Divine Spirit, reduces their Engage Meter by one, has an A in Sword proficiency and B in Arts, and high base stats.
Best Base classes

Read more