This golden balloon can be found at the very top of the brick fort. Fortnite Season 7 is on the Peak and the Challenges for Week 9 has also been revealed including Pop Golden Balloons and few others. The first is Retail Row, but the following stages send you to in order Frosty Flights, Haunted Hills, Shifty Shafts and finally Dusty Divot. Finding Golden Balloons is one of Fortnite's many Weekly Challenges. Viking Village Screengrab via Epic Games This golden balloon can be found on the edge of the mountain east of Viking Village. A challenge like this ups the ante a little bit, offering up a greater challenge than just going to a location and completing a task. There is a boat in the middle of the water that contains a chest and a balloon.
When you get to Tomato Temple, head to the northern side of it, specifically, the northwestern side. For the sake of this story, we're focussing on one challenge with three stages, that might have players slightly confused and asking for help: ' Pop 10 golden balloons' For anyone wondering how many battle stars this challenge will reward you, it's not currently known. There is a building here that has a balloon right on top of it. Lonely Lodge Screengrab via Epic Games This golden balloon is located on one of the buildings in the southern portion of Lonely Lodge. I made a map so you can get through them fast if you plan a path for getting as many as possible in each match. One of the YouTuber, Mr.
We have mapped out all of the golden balloon locations, making it easy for you to complete the challenge. However, if you are a free player, there are some extra Showtime challenges available this week that you should check out. Retail Row will probably be pretty crowded because of the previous challenge, so I would suggest going there for the most action early in the week. However, whether it's a measly 5 or a glorious 10, this challenge is one of the more interesting challenges for this week. Fortnite golden balloons location: Desert Now, there are three golden balloons in total that can be found in the desert on the southeastern part of the Battle Royale map. All you've got to do is head to the locations below, locate the balloons, and fire off a shot to pop it. Size 180 48 25 198 36 30 84 24 20 66.
Also, there are 10 balloons in total which is a pretty high number. Unlike , Golden Balloons don't make a sound when you get near them. Obviously the easiest is just to shoot them. Here are our recommendations for where to find and pop these 10 golden balloons in Fortnite. When you find one, you have to pop it.
While you can still tackle this and any other Season 7 challenges, we're nearing the end of the season. Do this a total of ten times to complete the challenge. Doing so will make it disappear, and will be added to your total. Note this particular challenge is no longer able to be completed. Fortnite golden balloons location: Salty Springs Continue south but this time to the northwestern edge of Salty Springs.
Paradise Palms Screengrab via Epic Games There are several golden balloons that can be found in the desert area of the map. The first is to the southeast of the Fatal Fields balloon. Frosty Flights Gold Balloon Location in Fortnite Head to grid reference A8 and land on the runway at Frosty Flights. We recommend you shoot this one because of its, well, precarious situation. Retail Row Screengrab via Epic Games This golden balloon is on the back of the bear statue southeast of Retail Row.
So keep reading just below for our step by step guide to help you with this new Fortnite Season 7 Week 9 Challenge. It's a fun one, but tracking down the location of the 10 balloons you need can be something of a chore without a map. As with other challenges, you must do these as you play matches you cannot enter the map without other players , so you'll have to avoid combat encounters as you attempt to find each location. A lot of people will probably head to Frosty Flights to grab planes, so if you want to fly in under the radar if you will you could hit up one of the many Exhibition Outposts red tent buildings , which often have planes nearby. Not unlike finding and , these are scattered across the map, and aren't the easiest to find. Most locations only have one golden balloon but Wailing Woods is the exception. Even with that knowledge, some are very well hidden, so knowing the specific locations - which are detailed on the first half of this page - will help.
It's a good idea to pack a weapon with some range as, now and then, you may find people waiting nearby to take you out, so being able to pop them from safety is certainly handy. Shoot down balloons immediately after seeing them so they'll count towards your challenge progression! How to eliminate opponents at Junk Junction or Retail Row This one is now a pretty standard challenge and lets you pick your poison as far as where you want to complete it. You start with the sundial, but the following stages have you dancing on an oversized coffee, then a metal dog head. For more tips, tricks, and guides on the current season, be sure to check out our. The Golden Balloon is awaiting for you! Keep in mind, you can pop more than one in a match, so map out your path to pop as many as you can each game. Screengrab via Epic Games Another golden balloon can be found in the hand of the Tyrannosaurus Rex south of Paradise Palms. How to complete timed trials in an X-4 Stormwing Apparently it's going to be a loud week in the game because everyone is going to need to do this challenge at some point.
Plus, if you want that hidden loading screen and battle star, you'll need to complete all challenges for the week anyway. The list of challenges this week looks promising, with a few requiring you to search for hidden sights and one that has you completing time trials in X4-Stormwings, which should make for a loud week of Fortnite. There is a house here and the last golden balloon is in a wagon to the west of the house in a field surrounded by a fence. You can now take on , including one that has you in a single match. But this is the first one that I can think of where another player's success actually means your failure: it's kind of like a battle royale in miniature, which is an important thing for the game to recreate. Climb the ramps and stairs to the top, and find it on top of the roof. Fortnite week 9 has a couple of challenges that are hard to find.
A battle royale game is inherently unstructured, and challenges offer a bit of structure. If you want to plow through it quickly, hit up a high-traffic location like Tilted Towers or Paradise Palms, or go where you know people are going from other challenges like Retail Row or Junk Junction. Another one of these challenges is to find and pop 10 golden balloons, which is also effectively a race against other players. Head to the west side of the house and fence, and you will find the next balloon on top of the fence. Hit it or shoot it to finish this challenge. It's effectively the first competitive challenge that we've seen in the game so far. This season we've seen some good progress made: this week's Stormwing challenges are genuinely interesting and challenging, as well.