Fortnite Junk Junction Treasure Challenge - How to Search the X on the Treasure Map Signpost in Junk Junction

Fortnite Junk Junction Treasure Challenge - How to Search the X on the Treasure Map Signpost in Junk Junction

Here's how to complete two Fortnite Week 10 Challenges. We'll firstly walk you through how to find the Junk Junction treasure map, and then how to search the X marker on the Junk Junction treasure map.

In the Fortnite Week 10 Challenges list, you need to find and search one particular treasure map. This Junk Junction treasure map will then reveal a map, which you need to find the X marker on. In this Fortnite Junk Junction treasure map guide, we'll be walking you through finding and tracking down the X marker on the Junk Junction treasure map.

Fortnite Junk Junction Treasure Map

Firstly, head to Junk Junction. Near the north end of the location, in front of a blue cargo container, you can see the blank treasure map. Approach the map and search it, to reveal the final location of the treasure.

X marks the spot. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Epic

To complete the second stage of this Junk Junction treasure map challenge, you need to head to the map point we've marked below. This is the knife and fork that are both carved into the ground, just south of Salty Springs.

The final location of the hidden treasure. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Epic

Once you're there, you just need to head to the eastern edge of the knife. Look around, and when you're in the correct position, the Battle Star will appear for you to claim. Job done!

If you're after more Fortnite content, then we've got you covered here at USG. You can check out our main Fortnite Chapter 2 map guide for a full overview of the new locales, our Fortnite XP guide on how to earn XP quickly, or our Fortnite Medals guide for a full list of the new Medals.

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