If this one isn”t a strange Three Billboards Outside Ebbings Missouri reference I”d be very surprised — someone at Epic Games at least made the joke. There”s another hidden crest up for grabs in Fortnite Battle Royale, and this one is another triangulation puzzle: we seem to be alternating between those and the treasure maps. This week”s asks you to search between a metal bridge, three billboards and a crashed bus. Feel free to solve it on your own, but if you want a little help, look below for where to find the treasure.
You are watching: Search between a metal bridge 3 billboards and a crashed bus
The metal bridge is probably the best orienting point to work with: there are a few on the map, but the one that we”re looking for is just east of Shifty Shafts and Northwest of Anarchy Acres. Check out the map below for the exact location, also featuring the new zoom feature that debuted with today”s v3.4 patch:
What we”re looking for is a small hill just north of the bridge, which you can see pretty well from parachuting: the elevation probably means that you”ll want to grab this right at the beginning of the match, though someone might kill you soon after. You”re looking for three trees arranged around a small, bare-ish dirt patch. Run over the dirt patch to make the crest appear. You can see the hill in the image below, just underneath the character”s elbow:
The fact that there are so many people parachuting onto this particular spot also makes this a good moment to pick up the challenge from last week that asks you to do 200 damage with a pickaxe. You probably won”t be able to get it all in one go unless you”re exceptionally talented in melee, but two or three trips to the mountain should be able to complete the challenge handily.
Fortnite also saw a big patch in the form of v3.4 today, adding in Guided Missiles and what appears to be some extensive visual and backend optimization. Epic even removed the 30 FPS option from the PS4 and Xbox One versions, saying that the new optimization should make it unnecessary. And that”s good news not only for Fortnite fans but Unreal Engine developers, as well.
I”ve been writing about video games professionally for 12 years, and I”ve been at jonathanlewisforcongress.com for 9. I”m here for review and commentary on PC, Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo
I”ve been writing about video games professionally for 12 years, and I”ve been at jonathanlewisforcongress.com for 9. I”m here for review and commentary on PC, Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch games, and I”m a bit obsessed with Pokemon GO and Destiny 2. In my spare time I do consulting, and I”ve been getting worse at the banjo for easily 8 years now.