Fortnite Fireworks around Lazy Lake locations: Where to set off fireworks for the Quick Challenge

Fortnite fireworks around Lazy Lake
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There was a sneaky addition to the game recently that you may have missed, with setting off Fortnite fireworks around Lazy Lake appearing without any fanfare under the Quick Challenges heading. If you didn't know, these replaced the previous Daily Challenges in Fortnite (opens in new tab) and often offer quick and simple tasks to add some extra XP to your season total, but this particular assignment requires a bit more information.

Fortnite fireworks around Lazy Lake Captain America

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There are now Fortnite fireworks around Lazy Lake locations, where you can set off these rockets to create an aerial display. If you look at the resulting light show in the sky, you should see that it forms the Captain America logo – tying in nicely with the rumoured release of a Captain America outfit and accessories, which should be coming to the Item Shop soon. If you're ready to set off Fortnite fireworks around Lazy Lake, then we've got all the details you need right here.

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Fortnite Fireworks around Lazy Lake locations

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There are actually quite a few Fortnite fireworks around Lazy Lake locations, so you have your pick of where you want to go to set them off, although they are more concentrated along the north side of the named location. To set off a Fortnite firework, all you have to do is approach it and follow the Launch firework prompt. Bear in mind that these are likely to be persistent in each match, so if someone else sets off a particular firework before you then it'll be gone for that game. On the map above we've marked a dozen Fortnite fireworks around Lazy Lake, and you only need to set off five in total, so that should still give you plenty of opportunities to reach your quota.

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