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Despite all of those exciting new features, Epic Games are still delivering those trusty weekly challenges, giving players the chance to level up, earn more Battle Stars, and unlock all the skins and cosmetics in the Battle Pass. One of the Week 2 Legendary challenges – which go live on Wednesday at 10AM ET (3PM BST) – requires players to interact with a Dead Drop in Weeping Woods. We’ve got all the information you need to do just that below.”
Dead Drop locations in Fortnite Season 7
There are four Dead Drops in Weeping Woods, and here’s where to find them:
- Near the northern side of the bridge at the northeast section of Weeping Woods.
- Near the southern side of the bridge at the northeast section of Weeping Woods.
- Underneath a tree on the northeast side of Weeping Woods.
- Besides a pile of wood and trees next to the river.
We’ve also marked it on the Fortnite map above so you can see where exactly you need to go in order to find them. You’ll only need to interact with one of these Dead Drops to complete the challenge.
We recommend actually landing at Weeping Woods straight away, finding a Dead Drop, and leaving before other players get there and make things difficult for you. Once you’ve done that, 24,000 XP will be all yours!
What is a Dead Drop, anyway?
Dexerto says :A Dead Drop is a method of spycraft where highly sensitive items or information is passed between two individuals using a secret location. It allows the individuals to remain anonymous and maintain security.”
That’s everything you need to know about completing this Week 2 quest!
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