Fortnite Stone Heads Guide - Where the Stone Heads are Looking Fortnite Challenge - Hidden Star Location

Fortnite Stone Heads Guide - Where the Stone Heads are Looking Fortnite Challenge - Hidden Star Location

Here's how to search where the stone heads are looking on the Battle Royale map, as part of the Fortnite Week 6 Challenges.

In this Fortnite Stone Heads Location guide, we'll be revealing where exactly you need to go to find the Fortnite Week 6 hidden star, wrapping up one of the seven total challenges for this week.

We should point out that this guide won't walk you through to the location of every single Stone Head on the Fortnite map, which is one of the challenges for Fortnite Week 9. For that guide, head on over to our complete Fortnite Stone Heads locations guide.

Fortnite Stone Heads Treasure Location

To complete the Fortnite Stone Heads challenge, you're going to need to find the central point on the Fortnite Battle Royale map where the stone heads are pointing to. It feels like the heads themselves have been around forever at this point, without actually playing a role in the game.

Fortnite Stone Heads Location Map

The final location that you actually need to head to is on the small hill, immediately to the southwest of Salty Springs. It'll be easy to land here since it's well outside a named located on the Battle Royale, but be warned that you're going to find a lot of other Fortnite players landing here to complete this challenge, so make sure to grab the Hidden Week 6 Battle Star as quickly as possible.

The Stone Heads location challenge is just one of the seven total Week 6 Challenges for Fortnite, which are available to players both with and without the Season 5 Battle Pass. If you want a complete walkthrough of how to complete the six additional challenges for the week, check out our Fortnite Week 6 Challenges guide.

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