Fortnite – Where is the sheet music and piano of Parque Placentero and Ciudad Comercio

Find the sheet music and piano of Parque Placentero and Ciudad Comercio This is one of those challenges of season 7 of Fortnite.

When you complete it, you will get additional XP that will help you get the rewards season 7. Keep in mind that you must succeed in completing this challenge.

If you just start playing, we lead with tips and tricks from Fortnite Battle Royale You can be of help.

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Where are the pianos at a glance in Fortnite

For the challenges from week 2 you need to do the following:

  • Play the score on the pianos near Parque Placentero and Soto Solitario (2 in total, 5 Stars of Battle)

Here are the general line locations:

Unlike the piano challenge of the previous season, you don't even have to get the score, you have to be directly in the piano's place. Go there and start playing!

To play the score you need to jump on the keyboard at the right time (as in the Big movie, if you have seen it) and do it so that you play the theme written on it. You can touch the floor outside the piano between keys, however, don't think the floor is lava!

It is noteworthy that the game takes into account what other players (friends or enemies) are doing to you. So if you have to jump into A B C and jump into someone else in D while doing it, it will start again. In the same way, if you jump in a letrea and jump in sequence in order, count as if you completed it, similarly how the eliminations count, even if you didn't give the final hit .

If you are having trouble, we recommend that you try other modes or wait for the days to pass and calm down the thing. Strength!

Where is the piano and Parque Placentero score in Fortnite

The piano in Parque Placentero is near the top of the mountain, which is west of Parque Placentero, so just go left while looking at the map.

The sequence in which you need to jump on the keys is: E, G, C, D, E.

Since there is only one for each note, it should be fairly simple. Take your time, jump from one key to another and sound next to a top left notification.


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Where is the piano and Soto Solitario's score in Fortnite

Placent Park's piano is to the southeast of the said location, just north of the abandoned mansion.

The sequence in which you need to jump on the keys is longer this time: C, C, C, F, F, F, E, F, G, A, A #, G, A.

It's a little more complicated, partly because there are more than one of those keys. To complete the challenge, you need to Play the keys on the right side of the piano.

If you have to give A #, it's the black key on top of the piano, one near A. It jumps from there to A, then G and ends with A.

Take your time, jump from one key to another and sound next to a top left notification.

When you're done, you'll have a few more challenges So, to complete this week, keep playing!

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