Fortnite season five just doesn’t stop bringing the surprises. Fortnite Skeet Shooting is now a thing. Who’d have thunk it? The minigame is dotted all over the map, and has arrived with very little fanfare. As such. you might not know where to head to get your inner-Duck Hunt on. We’ve outlined all of the current confirmed Fortnite clay pigeon locations for the week 3 challenge shoot a clay pigeon at five different locations, as well as a quick primer on how to play.
Where Are the Fortnite Clay Pigeon Locations?
The map above has all current Fortnite clay pigeon locations for the Skeet Shooting machines. There’s one in Loot Lake, one in Paradise Palms, another just north of Flush Factory, plus another between Pleasant Park and Haunted Hills. The final one can be found on one side of the bridge north of Tomato Town. It is likely that there are more, and all of the locations are identifiable by a colored umbrella, so keep hunting!
How Do You Play Fortnite Skeet Shooting?
Thankfully, this is a whole lot easier than tracking down the Skeet Shooting machines. You walk up to the machine, activate it and it’ll start shooting off red discs (clay pigeons) for you and a friend to fire at. There’s even a leaderboard nearby to keep track of who is winning but, be warned, this’ll soon become a hotspot for griefers, I’m sure of it.
Is There a Fortnite Clay Pigeon Locations Challenge?
As of right now, there is only one Fortnite season five, week three challenge involving Skeet Shooting. Despite their low-key inclusion in the game there is a challenge to shoot a clay pigeon at five different locations to get five battle stars. What do you know, there’s five locations above. It’s almost as if it was meant to be…
Other challenges recently have also included the likes of shooting basketball hoops, so it was only a matter of time before Epic added in a Fortnite Skeet Shooting challenge to really test your marksmanship skills. It’s not easy to aim accurately, so could be one of the hardest challenges in recent weeks.