Where to step onto a Body Scanner in Fortnite

Dexerto says “With their latest Fortnite season, Epic Games have brought a bunch of extraterrestrial-themed features to the Island such as flyable UFOs, powerful new IO Tech weapons, and a Battle Pass that includes aliens and DC Comics icon Superman. There are also several mysterious new pieces of equipment called Body Scanners, which have popped up in IO Bases around the map. You’ll need to find and interact with them to complete one of the new weekly challenges.

Fortunately, we’ve got a helpful guide below that includes all the Body Scanner locations so you can tick this challenge off and earn yourself that sweet 24,000 XP reward.”

Fortnite Body Scanner locations

Fortnite IO Base locations
Epic Games

Body Scanners can be found at any IO Bases, which are a new observatory-style landmarks that have appeared across the map at the start of Fortnite Season 7. You usually spot them because they emit strong orange lights.

Here are all of the Body Scanner locations in Fortnite:

  • Deep Woods Dish at Stealthy Stronghold.
  • Dinky Dish in between Steamy Stacks and Craggy Cliffs.
  • Discovery Dish northeast of Believer Beach.
  • Dockside Dish southeast of Dirty Docks.
  • Defiant Dish south of the Aftermath.
  • Dampy Dish southwest of Slurpy Swamp.
  • Destined Dish southeast of Misty Meadows.

On the mop above as marking of were all the scanners are. Visit any one of these and you should be able to find a Body Scanner hidden somewhere in the building.

But be aware, though, that these IO Bases are heavily guarded by patrolling IO Guards as well as some security cameras that will shoot on sight. You’ll also have to contend this spot with other players who are also completing this quest.

When you’ve found the Body Scanner, stepping onto it is a super simple as approaching it and holding the Interact button. Once you’ve done this, you’ll have completed the challenge and earned 24,000 XP for your efforts.

Source(s) Dexerto

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