Fortnite: Battle Royale is continuing to roll out new challenges new weekly challenges. The Solar Arrays challenge is part of the latest batch of weekly challenges, as opposed to the separate set of challenges for the 14 Days of Summer event. Nothing says summer like a sweltering sun, so the latest challenge has you going green by finding a set of solar arrays.
Like many recent Fortnite challenges, the criteria itself is simple enough, but it helps if you know just where to go. In this case you just have to visit the arrays in the snow, desert, and jungle. Easy enough, right? It could be even easier, though, if you knew exactly where to go, and that’s where we come in. We’ve compiled a map and detailed views of all the arrays so you know exactly where to find them.
How To Complete Solar Arrays Challenge
Unlike challenges like the beach party dance-off, you merely have to find the solar arrays to count toward your goal. Just by getting within a certain range, you’ll tick off the challenge for each location. You don’t even need to press a button or perform any action, so even if you just sprint past an array on your way to complete some other challenge, it will count as completed.
Where To Find Solar Arrays
We’ve located each of the three solar arrays, and they’re spread fairly far apart. The clue simply says you can find them in snow, desert, and jungle. Check the map and coordinate information below for more detail on exactly where to find them, and consult the screenshots if you need a good view of what they look like inside the environment.
- Snow: section A8-B8, almost on the line between the two sections.
- Desert: section I8-J8, similar to the Snow array, on the line between the two sections.
- Jungle: northwestern corner of H2
Solar Arrays Challenge Reward
Completing this challenge rewards you with a five battle stars.
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