As Fortnite players work their way through the Legendary Quests as part of the Week 12 Challenges for Chapter 2 Season 7, they’ll eventually come across one that tasks them with destroying target dummies.
While destroying target dummies in and of itself isn’t all that complicated, finding the location of these target dummies along with IO weapons can be a bit trickier.
To help, we’ve put together a quick guide on how to destroy target dummies with IO weapons in Fortnite!
Fortnite | Destroy Target Dummies With IO Weapons
The first question when it comes to destroying target dummies using IO weapons in Fortnite is where to find these target dummies.
When interacting with the Legendary Quest in your Quest menu, several marked map locations will pop up, letting you know that target dummies can be found there. Even better, a number is included with these map markers, letting you know how many target dummies can be found at that location.
In total, you’ll need to destroy four target dummies using IO weapons in order to complete the Quest. To make things easier, we recommend landing at the satellite dish location south of Slurpy Swamp.
Here, you should be able to pick up at least one IO weapon which you can then use to destroy target dummies.
After acquiring an IO weapon, head to the two locations near Slurpy Swamp that have target dummies. All you need to do is shoot the target dummies once using an IO weapon to have them be marked as destroyed.
After you successfully shoot them, the blue glow around the target dummies will disappear, indicating your progress is being counted.
Once you’ve destroyed the first two target dummies near Slurpy Swamp, you’ll want to head over to the other area with two additional target dummies and destroy them.
When the fourth and final target dummy has been destroyed using an IO weapon, your Quest will be marked as complete.
As a reward for completing this Quest in Fortnite, you’ll earn a quick 30,000 XP and will then be able to work on the next Week 12 Challenge which consists of searching for books on explosions.