The New Year’s Eve celebrations may have come to an end, but that doesn’t mean you should put away the firecrackers just yet. One of Fortnite’s Week 4 challenges for Season 7 requires players to launch fireworks in three different locations. There are plenty of places to shoot off fireworks in Fortnite, but they can be tricky to spot if you don’t know where to go. Below, we’ve marked all of the firework locations in Fortnite so you can launch fireworks and finish up this challenge.
All Firework Locations in Fortnite
There are various firecrackers found on the ground throughout the map in Fortnite Battle Royale. Interacting with the firecrackers will launch a firework. You will need to launch fireworks at three different locations in order to complete this challenge for Week 4.
There are at least 13 firework locations that we know of in Fortnite, and they are all situated along the outer edge of the map. The fireworks you’re looking for will be on the ground and will typically face outward to shoot off the edge of the island toward the water. We’ve marked every firework location in Fortnite with a firecracker icon on the map below.
Don’t bother looking for these firework locations in Playground Mode. Instead, we recommend jumping into one of the team-based LTMs, such as Team Rumble. This will allow you to visit each firework location in relative peace without running into opponents who have the same goal.
All you need to do is launch fireworks at three of the above locations to complete the challenge and earn some quick Battle Stars. This challenge is relatively easy, so long as you are able to move from one firework to the next without encountering enemy players.
Now that you know how to launch fireworks in Fortnite, you can wrap up some of the previous Season 7 challenges if you haven’t already, such as searching between three ski lodges and dancing at forbidden dance locations in Fortnite.