Those of you looking to complete the next set of Overtime challenges may have run into a bit of a roadblock, as the Fortnite “Dance inside a holographic Durr Burger head” objective is not working, demanding an error fix. Fortunately for you, we know exactly what is causing the issue. It’s actually very simple and is quickly fixed. Here’s what you need to know about the Overtime broken objective, and the correct “Dance on top of the Singularity Sword” challenge.
Why is the Fortnite “Dance inside a holographic Durr Burger head” challenge not working?
For some reason, Epic Games has listed the wrong description for one of the Overtime challenges. A Fortnite “Dance on top of the Singularity Sword” challenge should be in the place of “Dance inside a holographic Durr Burger head.” This appears to be a simple mistake that the developers have made. Here’s hoping the devs can squeeze out a text fix before the week ends, as players will no doubt be confused by the incorrect description.
Following the epic battle between robot and monster, a sword was left stuck in the ground northwest of Salty Springs. As pointed out by @FortniteBR on Twitter, the challenge is to dance on top of this sword, and in fact has nothing to do with a holographic Durr Burger head.
You must dance on top of the Singularity Sword instead of a holographic Durr Burger head.
That challenge is incorrect.
— Fortnite News (@FortniteBR) July 26, 2019
So if you’ve been struggling with the Fortnite “Dance inside a holographic Durr Burger head” challenge, simply head to the sword and dance on top of it. Do be wary, however, as other players will also be trying to complete this challenge. You may find that your fellow boogie-downers can be a little violent, as they battle to be the last dancer standing! (Note that you just have to quickly do the dance emote to complete the challenge. Get it done and then you can die happy!)