Fortnite – Where it is and how to register the place where the rock heads show

How to visit different stone heads

For the challenges of week 9 you need to:

  • Visit different rock heads (7 in total, 5 Battle Stars)

There are others challenges This week, including the treasure map of the Tortuous Tunnels.

As the challenge suggests, there are several rock heads scattered across the map, totaling seven. All you have to do is approach one of them and add to your total.

You can see them from afar, so much so that you will get it yourself, but if you want to know exactly where it is, here you have it:

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As with all challenges, although the game notification will tell you that it has already been added, you must complete the game beforehand so that it really registers.

One of them


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Where are the rock heads and where to look

For the challenges from week 6 you should:

  • Draw the spot where the rock heads show (1 total, 10 Battle Stars)

Another of the challenges this week is complete the games against the clock.

There are several rock heads scattered across the map (six in total, according to what we saw) and strangely they all look for one direction.

Draw a line where you look and see that the six lines intersect at the same point. Oh where to look.

The place is on top of a grassy plateau, slightly southwest of Seoro de la Sal, to the left of quadrant f7.

The easiest way to get to the place where the stone statues look is through the air and throw yourself out of the bus, though you can build and climb to the top of the plateau, if you prefer.

Here you can see it a little more from the sky.

The exact place is in the mountain with grass, as you can see in the picture:

If you did, you will have completed the challenge. Well done!

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

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