Fortnite Cake Locations - Where to Find All the Fortnite Birthday Cakes

Fortnite Cake Locations - Where to Find All the Fortnite Birthday Cakes

This is our guide to the Fortnite cake locations, where we'll be providing you with the complete list of Fortnite birthday cake locations, so you can track them down with ease.

There are brand new Fortnite birthday cakes scattered over the Battle Royale map, as the Battle Royale version of the game celebrates its second birthday. In our complete guide to the Fortnite cake locations, we'll be detailing the full list of Fortnite birthday cake locations, so you can track down 10 of the cakes as easily as possible.

Fortnite Birthday Cake Locations

The Fortnite second birthday challenges are now all live in Battle Royale. Below, we've detailed all the Fortnite birthday cake locations on our map of the game.

The Fortnite birthday cake locations. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Epic Games
  • Right in the middle of Fatal Fields.
  • On an island in the north of Loot Lake.
  • In the middle of Junk Junction.
  • In the middle of Salty Springs.
  • In the northwestern area of Lonely Lodge.
  • On the western edge of Pleasant Park.
  • Near a sawmill and dump trucks in Shifty Shafts.
  • On the western edge of the race track, north of Paradise Palms.
  • Near the northern end of the viking village atop the mountain.
  • Between Paradise Palms and the unnamed mansion to the east.

Now, all you need to do is dance in front of 10 of these Fortnite birthday cakes. Keep in mind that it must be 10 different birthday cakes in different locations, but they don't all need to be found and interacted with in the same match.

  • Once you've danced in front of 10 Fortnite birthday cakes, you'll receive a unique reward. You'll get the B-Day Beats music, which you can select to play on the main menu of Fortnite Battle Royale.
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