How to complete the Mushroom Obstacle Course in Fortnite

Not that kind of race.

As more challenges are revealed for the Dragon Ball X Fortnite event, they get even stranger. The new batch that has just unlocked is the Agility challenges. One of them is a mushroom obstacle course that players will need to complete. This is actually pretty difficult, so we have some tips for you on how to complete it.

How to complete the Mushroom Obstacle Course

The first thing to do is find the obstacle course. You can find the mushroom obstacle course near the Reality Falls area. Make your way to the west of the massive tree, and you will find a floating time trial symbol near the forest of giant mushrooms. Interact with it to start the challenge.

Now, look up, and you will see some energy balls floating in the air. You need to pass through each of these and will need to either directly jump into them or use the smaller glowing mushrooms to bounce through them. It is a good idea to just let the timer run out the first time while you figure out where all the balls are.

The route of the course is basically up and to the left in a spiral. There will be three balls in front of you, then you need to bounce up to the big mushroom on the left, and you will be able to follow the new route. The good news is that it doesn’t matter how many times you need to try. You can just repeat the mushroom obstacle course until you pass it.

You will need to keep an eye out for other players, however, as you will be vulnerable while you are attempting to make the jumps. The Dragon Ball X Fortnite event has also introduced the Nimbus Cloud, a new way to travel around the map and either escape from your enemies or give them a terrible surprise. There is an incredible number of Dragon Ball challenges available in the game for you to complete, so make sure you free up plenty of time to get them all wrapped up and build up your power levels!

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Aidan O'Brien

Aidan has been playing games for over three decades and has been writing about them for about five years. When not getting stomped on by the creations of Hidetaka Miyazaki he enjoys spending too much time in Warframe, Destiny 2, and any ARPG with a solid grind. When not writing, he is doing inexplicable behind-the-scenes magic.