Finding the Shooting Gallery locations - and then shooting targets at Shooting Galleries is the objective of one of Fortnite's many Weekly Challenges.

Completing it will give you additional XP to help go towards your many Season 6 rewards. Note you'll need to be a Battle Pass holder in order to undertake this challenge.

If you're just getting started, our Fortnite Battle Royale tips and tricks can provide some helpful hints.

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Fortnite Shooting Gallery locations

You need to shoot three targets a total of five Shooting Galleries to complete this week's challenge. Here is a Shooting Gallery map showing locations we've found so far:

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Here are the specific locations:

Wailing Woods, south-east of the maze near a camp:

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East of the Viking Village, on the outer edge of the mountain by the cliff:

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North of Pleasant Park, on one of the rolling hills between the two mountains:

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West of Dusty Divot, next to the upturned lorry by the diner:

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West of Fatal Fields, on top of the round mountain:

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North of Paradise Palms, on the mountain south of the Corrupted Area:

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North-east of Risky Reels, between the ice cream truck and round wall:

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Already done? There are plenty of other Challenges to take on this week - so keep playing!


Need help with this week's Fortnite Challenges for the new Fortnite Season? We have advice on how to complete the Fortnite Clay Pigeon locations, and Fish Trophy locations. Elsewhere, find Hunting Party secret Battle Star locations and how to successfully search Chests and Ammo Boxes.


How to shoot three targets at different Shooting Galleries in Fortnite

For the Week 4 Challenges, you are tasked with the following:

  • Get a score of 3 or more at different Shooting Galleries (5 total, 10 Battle Stars)

Across the map are a number of Shooting Galleries. These are similar to last season's Clay Pigeon locations, with a scoreboard like so indicating one is there:

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Don't worry if you don't have a weapon when you land - there will be one somewhere nearby, even at the isolated mountaintop locations.

When you find one, step on the switch on the ground to start the Shooting Gallery challenge:

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Once you do, targets will start popping up around you at random. If you don't shoot one for a while, they will all disappear, and the mini-game will end - step off then back onto the switch to replay.

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If you score three successfully, then that's one added to your challenge total. Find four other locations and the challenge is completed.

Remember, you only need to complete five Shooting Galleries on the map, but unlike some other challenges, you can go back and play at every location once it's done.

And as with every challenge, though the game will tell you it's completed, to be safe make sure you finish the map for it to count as completed for sure.


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