The Fortnite Chapter 2: Season 3 Week 4 Aquaman challenge has arrived and will task players with completing a swimming trial at Dirty Docks. In previous seasons, this would be pretty self-explanatory, but thanks to the new Season 3 map, the old loading dock isn’t a named location anymore. So, where is Dirty Docks in Fortnite Chapter 2: Season 3?

Fortnite Chapter 2: Season 3 Dirty Docks Location - Complete a Swimming Trial

Players are now another week closer to getting the Aquaman skin in Fortnite, and for the Week 4 challenge, they’ll have to do something Aquaman does quite well--swim. However, to do that, they’ll need to know where Dirty Docks is located on the new map. As you can see below, in Fortnite Chapter 2: Season 3, Dirty Docks is underwater, east of Frenzy Farm and north of the old Grotto spy base.

To complete the swimming trial, you'll need to land close to the giant crane sticking up out of the water. As you get close to landing, you should see a blue marker near the crane that you can interact with to start the trial. From there, simply swim through all of the markers before the time runs out and you’ll be all set for the Week 4 Aquaman challenge. Either finish the game or head back to the main menu and you’ll receive an Aquaman Backbling as a reward!

Now that you’ve wrapped up the skin challenge for the week, you can start on the rest of the Week 4 challenges. By the looks of it, this week’s challenges shouldn’t be too hard to complete and players will likely be able to knock them out in no time. You can find all of the Fortnite Season 3 Week 4 challenges in the list below.

  • Search Chests at Salty Springs (7)
  • Eliminations at Holly Hedges (3)
  • Collect Floating Rings at Pleasant Park (1)
  • Land at Frenzy Farm and Finish Top 25 (1)
  • Collect Metal from Rickety Rig 200)
  • Dance on camera for 10s at Sweaty Sands (10)
  • Search Ammo Boxes at Steamy Stacks (7)

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Fortnite Chapter 2: Season 3 launched on June 17 after a series of delays. The end of Season 2 saw a giant flood that resulted in most of the Season 3 island being covered in water and made rideable sharks a thing. Additionally, Epic recently announced that it would be dropping the “Early Access” label from Fortnite in the near future, finally bringing one of the biggest games ever out of its beta period. With this, developers will also be giving the Save the World mode a bit more attention and will develop a new storyline for players to complete.

Now that you know where to find Dirty Docks in Fortnite Chapter 2: Season 3, there are plenty of other challenges to complete. In the links below, you’ll find some of our recent challenge guides that should help you out.

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