Fortnite Cameo vs Chic challenges: How to beat the Overtime Challenges for Chapter 2 Season 1

Fortnite Cameo vs Chic Challenges
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Unless we get any more surprises we've now received the final mission for this season, with the arrival of the Fortnite Cameo vs Chic challenges. We're counting down the days now until the launch of Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2, with Epic filling the extended period of time with Fortnite Overtime challenges to keep us all busy. There are plenty of specific locations to visit and items to find for these tasks, so if you're looking for guidance in finding them then you've come to the right place. If you're still pushing onwards towards tier 100 of the battle pass in Fortnite then these challenges will definitely help you on your way, as there's a huge 52,000 XP on offer for each one you beat. Read on and we'll tell you all you need to know about completing the Fortnite Cameo vs Chic challenges.

Fortnite Cameo vs Chic challenges

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This additional group of challenges involve picking up supplies, fishing in various spots, and visiting or destroying specific landmarks and items. In order to start up, you need to be at Battle Pass tier 80 to make the Cameo vs Chic challenges available, then progress your way through nine of the tasks and the Yellow outfit style will appear in your locker.

Catch an item with a Fishing Rod at different locations with No Fishing signs (3)

Fortnite No Fishing signs have recently appeared at various fishing spots around the island, so grab a rod and catch some items at them. If you get stuck, you'll find three different signs around the outskirts of Slurpy Swamp.

Consume an Apple, a Mushroom, and a Slurpshroom (3)

Apples, Mushrooms, and Slurpshrooms are all Fortnite foraged items that boost your health and/or shields. You'll find apples in the Orchard north of Frenzy Farm, mushrooms in Weeping Woods or south of Misty Meadows, and slurpshrooms are inside the Slurpy Swamp factory.

Search a Rare Chest or Supply Llama (5)

Rare Chests are the blue ones, and we all know what Fortnite llamas look like by now as they're iconic. Unfortunately both of these spawns are completely random, so keep your eyes peeled and hope for the best.

Elimination at different named locations (5)

There are a total of 13 different named locations, and you need to eliminate an opponent at five of them here. Team Rumble is the best game mode to go for eliminations, so drop in and head to these locations:

  • Craggy Cliffs
  • Dirty Docks
  • Frenzy Farm
  • Holly Hedges
  • Lazy Lake
  • Misty Meadows
  • Pleasant Park
  • Retail Row
  • Salty Springs
  • Slurpy Swamp
  • Steamy Stacks
  • Sweaty Sands
  • Weeping Woods

Catch a fish at Lake Canoe, Lazy Lake, and Flopper Pond (3)

These are three watery Fortnite landmarks, and you'll need to catch a fish at each of them, so we've got details of the Fortnite Lake Canoe, Lazy Lake, and Flopper Pond locations to help you on your way.

Visit a lonely recliner, a radio station, and an outdoor movie theater (3)

Here we have yet more landmarks to visit, albeit with slightly cryptic names. If you're looking for the Fortnite lonely recliner, radio station, and outdoor movie theater locations, we've got all the details for you.

Get an elimination with an Assault Rifle, Shotgun, and a Sniper Rifle (3)

A simple challenge to get eliminations with three separate weapons, which as always is easiest to tackle in Team Rumble mode.

Destroy a telescope, a television, and a telephone pole (3)

You'll find televisions in a lot of homes, and telephone poles running down the sides of some streets, however Fortnite telescopes are a bit harder to track down. There's a couple on the small island off the north coast in D1, and you'll also find them around Holly Hedges and Lazy Lake, as well as on top of a shipping container west of Slurpy Swamp.

Search the hidden gnome found in between a race track, a cabbage patch and a farm sign (1)

The race track (Mowdown), cabbage patch, and farm sign are all near the Orchard to the north of Frenzy Farm, so if you head up the hill just northeast of the Orchard then you'll reach the Fortnite Hidden Gnome between a race track, cabbage patch, and farm sign location.

Dance at the top of Mount H7, Mount F8, and Mount Kay (3)

These are the three mountain peaks found in the southeast corner of the island, and unsurprisingly the names of the Fortnite Mount H7, Mount F8, and Mount Kay locations (except Mount Kay in G7) correspond to their location on the map. Gliding down to them at the start of a match is the easiest way to reach the peaks, then do a dance emote and move on.

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