Fortnite Dance Off Location - Where to Compete in a Dance Off at an Abandoned Mansion

Fortnite Dance Off Location - Where to Compete in a Dance Off at an Abandoned Mansion

Here's how to dance off to complete one of the Fortnite Week 2 Challenges, as part of the current Season 7.

The latest slate of Fortnite challenges are out right now, and one of them tasks you to 'Compete in a Dance Off at an Abandoned Mansion.' In this Fortnite Dance Off guide, we'll be walking you through completing this challenge as easily as possible, so you can obtain the maximum Battle Stars possible.

But, if you instead need any additional details on the current Battle Royale season, you can head over to our Fortnite Season 7 guides hub. Here you can find all the details you need on the current Battle Pass, as well as a full list of past and present challenges.

Fortnite Dance Off Challenge Location

Firstly, you can check out a complete list of all the Fortnite Week 2 Challenges just below. If you want a full walkthrough on how to complete the six additional challenges for the week, head over to our Fortnite Week 2 Challenges guide.

The abandoned mansion can be found within the red circle on the Fortnite map just below. It's not hard to reach, and once you're there, you need to head inside the building, and down to the basement.

The abandoned mansion you need to dance in can be found on the east side of the map, southeast of Lonely Lodge.

We'd recommend going in either a Duos or Squads game to the mansion to complete this challenge, as you'll need a partner with you. When you're in the basement, you're going to see a scoreboard with yellow and green numbers on it, which is going to keep track of the dance off score between you and your opponent.

To complete this challenge, all the two of you need to do is dance in front of the scoreboard. You can pull of whatever moves you want to complete this challenge, but keep in mind that you don't even have to win the dance off to complete this challenge.

Now that we're all done with this guide, you head over to our Fortnite Sheet Music guide. Here you can find a complete walkthrough on how to accomplish one of the other challenges for the week.

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