Fortnite Location Domination challenges: How to beat these additional assignments for Season 2

We've now arrived in week 13 of the current season, which means we've gone beyond the standard period but still have a list of Fortnite Location Domination challenges to keep us going until next month rolls around. The second set of tasks has arrived, taking the total available under this heading to 20, but there's a little twist on these assignments to differentiate them from the regular weekly challenges we've had in Fortnite this season. Each assignment here is divided into three stages with increasingly higher targets, but they also offer progressively larger rewards for beating them:

  • Stage 1: 10,000 XP
  • Stage 2: 25,000 XP
  • Stage 3: 55,000 XP

For each of the Fortnite Location Domination challenges, we've listed the three stage targets in order, which should help you know how much more work you need to do to beat them. Note that when you complete the current stage of a challenge, the next one won't unlock until you start a new game and any additional progress you make beyond the limit of the current stage won't count. For example, if you're on Stage 1 of Eliminate players or Henchmen at Pleasant Park and you eliminate 8 of them in one match, you'll complete Stage 1 for eliminating 5 players or Henchmen but the extra 3 won't carry over into Stage 2, which starts on zero in your next match.

You've currently got until the start of June when Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 3 kicks off to get through these tasks, but with some of the Stage 3 targets set high you should start working on them as soon as possible. Read on, and we'll tell you how best to take on all of the Fortnite Location Domination challenges.

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Fortnite Location Domination challenges Week 11

Fortnite Location Domination challenges Week 11

Fortnite Location Domination challenges week 11

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Eliminate players or Henchmen at Pleasant Park (5/10/100)

Helpfully, one of the Fortnite SHADOW safe houses is located under the soccer field in Pleasant Park, supplying a number of Henchmen in the area to eliminate. To speed up your progress, you could try playing Team Rumble matches and hope for the circle to close around Pleasant Park.

Open Chests locked by an ID Scanner at The Grotto (3/5/10)

To open chests locked by an ID Scanner, you either need to use one of the Fortnite phone booths to disguise yourself as a Henchman, or knock a Henchman and carry them over to the chest. Interact with the ID Scanner to open a chest at The Grotto, and tick one off this list.

Throw Henchmen overboard at The Yacht (3/5/10)

Head to The Yacht and knock a Henchman, then pick them up and follow the throw button prompt to yeet them into the sea.

Destroy Gnomes at Camp Cod or Fort Crumpet (3/7/15)

To destroy Gnomes at Camp Cod or Fort Crumpet in Fortnite, you need to head to one of those Fortnite landmarks then start smashing up the cheeky little garden ornaments.

Damage players at The Agency (500/1,500/10,000)

This is a tough total to reach, so you may be better off playing Team Rumble or Fortnite Spy Games modes and hoping for matches that centre around The Agency to ensure a supply of opponents to damage.

Collect metal at Hydro 16 or Compact Cars (250/750/1,500)

If you're out to collect metal at Hydro 16 or Compact Cars in Fortnite, then it's best to do so in Team Rumble mode as you harvest more materials in those matches, and make sure you're targeting weak points to maximise your yields.

Search ammo boxes at Lazy Lake (5/15/30)

Pretty self-explanatory, just head to Lazy Lake and get opening those little green crates of ammo.

Search chests at Retail Row (5/15/30)

Likewise, make your way to Retail Row and follow the chimes to locate chests, searching all of the houses and shops.

Catch fish at Slurpy Swamp (5/25/100)

There are a number of fishing spots in Slurpy Swamp, and you'll find some to the north, west, and southwest of the factory complex. Focus on fishing spots to start with, though you should still catch fish with at least some of your casts into the blue waters once those targets are exhausted.

Place top 10 after landing at Dirty Docks (3/6/10)

Unless you're a particularly proficient Fortnite player, your best bet after landing at Dirty Docks is to sneak off and hide somewhere, tracking the movement of the storm while staying out of sight until you reach the top 10. Jumping into a Squads match (on your own if necessary) may help with this, so you only need to be in the top 10 squads there which means outlasting fewer players overall.

Fortnite Location Domination challenges Week 13

Fortnite Location Domination challenges Week 13

Fortnite Location Domination challenges week 13

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Eliminate players or Henchmen at The Rig (3/5/10)

It's generally easier to eliminate Henchmen than players as you can guarantee there will always be some of them at The Rig, but only if you play in Solo/Duos/Squads modes.

Search ammo boxes at Sweaty Sands (7/10/18)

A pretty simple task if you move through the various buildings in Sweaty Sands, and don't forget the mobile homes in the trailer park on the southwest side.

Eliminate players or Henchmen at The Shark (3/5/10)

As with The Rig above, you're more likely to find Henchmen than players at The Shark, so drop into Solo/Duos/Squads matches and gun for them.

Search chests at Craggy Cliffs (7/10/18)

Craggy Cliffs has a decent number of chests available, though many are hidden up in roof rafters so make sure you look everywhere when seeking them out.

Place top 10 after landing at Frenzy Farm (1/3/7)

In line with the previous survival challenge, after landing at Frenzy Farm you're best off moving out of the built up area and staying hidden, following the edges of the storm circle and avoiding other players as far as possible until you hit the top 10. Again, playing in Squads mode can help, even if you're on your own, as there are fewer squads to outlast for a top 10 finish.

Collect wood at Weeping Woods (500/1,500/3,000)

There's a ton of trees in Weeping Woods, so harvesting wood there shouldn't be a problem. Speed things up by attempting this in Team Rumble mode, as you'll receive more materials from harvesting in this mode. We're not sure yet if wood you harvest but can't carry once you hit the 999 limit still counts towards your target, but if you stop getting challenge notifications of your progress at that point then drop some wood from your inventory before continuing. 

Destroy Teddy Bears Holly Hedges (1/3/7)

A number of cute toys have appeared in Fortnite Teddy Bears Holly Hedges locations and it's up to you to destroy them, so our guide will show you where they can all be found.

Apply Shields or Healing at Shanty Town or The Orchard (100/250/500)

Give your health or shields a boost at one of these landmarks to count towards your target – you'll find Shandy Town in B6 on the coast to the west of Slurpy Swamp, and The Fortnite Orchard sits in F3 over the road north of Frenzy Farm.

Damage players at Salty Springs (300/900/2,500)

Salty Springs is a fairly popular landing spot for players, but to maximise your opportunities to cause damage there you should play Team Rumble until the circle closes in the area in/around Salty Springs.

Catch Weapons at Misty Meadows (1/3/7)

When you fish with a rod, you have a chance to pull weapons rather than fish out of the water, and that's what you need to do here. Check the waters around Misty Meadows and ideally hit a fishing spot with a rod or harpoon for the best chance to catch weapons, though repeatedly casting a rod into calm waters will eventually land you weapons too.

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