The Fortnite Gargoyles locations is a bonus set of Challenges to celebrate the Halloween event Fortnitemares.

The good news if you don't need to be a Battle Pass holder to take part in the event, so everyone is invited to track them down. Happy hunting!

Note this particular challenge is no longer able to be completed. That said, there are still plenty of other Fortnite Challenges as part of the Fortnite Season 9 Battle Pass. These include finding oversized phone, big piano and giant Dancing Fish Trophy locations, plus Fortnite Air Vent locations and Fortnite Sky Platform locations. There are also new Fortnite Fortbyte locations to discover and Utopia Battle Star locations and a new Victory Umbrella to earn, too. And, for a limited time only, there's Fortnite Two Food Trucks locations as part of the latest LTM too.

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Fortnite Gargoyle locations

You'll need to find a total of five Gargoyle locations. Here are the ones we've found so far:

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Fortnite Gargoyle locations map

Specifically, Gargoyle locations can be found in the following places...

Tomato Temple, in the lower area in the middle of the courtyard:

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Haunted Hills, inside the castle's main room:

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Retail Row, in a store on the east side, with the Battle Bus on top:

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West of Lazy Links, inside the umbrella-shaped mine. You'll have to break down the wood and rocks at the end of the passage to find it:

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Viking Village that's south-east of Snobby Shores, inside the ground floor of the large hall on the north of the site:

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North of Flush Factory, on top of the mountain, in-between the three trees:

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East of Tilted Towers, on the middle level of the smaller mountain:

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Between Wailing Woods and Risky Reels, in the middle of the campchairs:

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Remember, unlike regular seasonal Challenges, this only lasts until the end of the Fortnitemares event. So be hasty!


The Season 9 Battle Pass has arrived - which you can read in more detail thanks to Fortnite patch notes - alongside new Fortnite Challenges. These include finding oversized phone, big piano and giant Dancing Fish Trophy locations, plus Fortnite Air Vent locations and Fortnite Sky Platform locations. There are also new Fortnite Fortbyte locations to discover and Utopia Battle Star locations and a new Victory Umbrella to earn, too. And, for a limited time only, there's Fortnite Two Food Trucks locations as part of the latest LTM too.


What does Fortnite Gargoyle locations involve?

The Fortnitemares event has you find an dance in front of Gargoyles locations as part of its series of challenges - not unlike the Birthday Cakes earlier in the year.

Before you get started, make sure you have an emote equipped - which you can do between matches by visiting your Locker - then using the emote in front of the Gargoyle location. This defaults to the B key on PC or Down on the console's D-Pad.

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The Gargoyles locations aren't the easiest to find - but they do play a little tune (it sounds like a spooky music box) when you get close. Once you find one, it's time to dance.

The Gargoyle location will be added to your progress total wherever you complete a dance, with the game notifying you that it is complete if it's successful.

Of course, as always, you'll want to finish the match to make sure it actually completes.

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