Fortnite Drift Durrr Burger Head, Dinosaur, Stone Head Statue Locations - How to Complete the New Road Trip Challenge

Fortnite Drift Durrr Burger Head, Dinosaur, Stone Head Statue Locations - How to Complete the New Road Trip Challenge

Here's how to visit the Durrr Burger Head, a Dinosaur, and a Stone Head Statue locations for the new Fortnite Road Trip Challenges.

In the new Fortnite Season 10, there are a new set of challenges called the 'Road Trip' tasks. One of these tasks you to 'Visit Drift painted Durrr Burger Head, a Dinosaur, and a Stone Head Statue.' In this complete Fortnite Durrr Burger, Dinosaur, Stone Head Statue guide, we'll be pinpointing all three locations around the Battle Royale map, so you can complete this challenge as quickly as possible.

Fortnite Road Trip Challenges

This challenge is the first of the Road Trip challenges to launch in Fortnite Season 10. It's just one of the many challenges that will be unlocking as Season 10 rolls on. If you can complete this challenge, visiting all three of the locations that we've marked below, you'll earn yourself 10 Battle Stars as a reward.

Fortnite Durrr Burger Head Location

Firstly, you'll need to find the Drift Painted Durrr Burger Head on the Fortnite map. Head to the location that we've marked below to find it.

The Drift painted Durrr Burger Head location. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Epic Games

Fortnite Dinosaur Location

Next up for this challenge is the Dinosaur. In the map screenshot below, we've highlighted the location of the Dinosaur that you'll need to visit on the Fortnite map.

The Dinosaur location. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Epic Games

Fortnite Stone Head Statue Location

Finally, there's the Stone Head Statue. Simply head to the location on the map screen we've marked below in order to round out this challenge, and collect your 10 Battle Stars.

The Stone Head Statue location. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Epic Games

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