Finding the oversized Phone, big Piano, and giant Dancing Fish Trophy locations is your objective in another of Fortnite's Weekly Challenges.
Solving the puzzle will grant you some extra XP for earning your many Season 9 rewards, as well as Battle Stars for progressing your Battle Pass.
Note this particular challenge is no longer able to be completed. That said, there are still plenty of other Fortnite Challenges to complete ahead of the Fortnite Season 11 release date, including touch a giant glowing cube, enter the Rift above Loot Lake, and search a landing pod within a meteor locations, Visitor Recording locations, Lost Spray Can locations, Fortnite Graffiti billboards and Gas Station locations.
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As part of the challenge you need to find all three oversized Phone, big Piano, and giant Dancing Fish Trophy locations - the order in which you discover them doesn't matter.
Fortnite oversized Phone location
Unlike the other challenges, there are actually two oversized Phone locations you can visit:
Specifically these are just north-west of The Block (the name of which changes according to the map currently in rotation) and on a mountain in the frozen area's eastern edge.
Fortnite big Piano location
The Fortnite big Piano location is found on the eastern edge of the map:
Specifically, it's just north of the dilapidated mansion south of Lonely Lodge, near the cliff edge.
The Fortnite Season 11 release date is almost upon us! Until then, make sure you have completed all the Fortnite Challenges you need - including the recent touch a giant glowing cube, enter the Rift above Loot Lake, and search a landing pod within a meteor locations and Visitor Recording locations. Elsewhere, you may have missed Lost Spray Can locations, Fortnite Graffiti billboards and Gas Station locations.
Fortnite giant Dancing Fish Trophy location
The giant Dancing Fish Trophy location can be found just south-west of Mega Mall:
You'll find two buildings right next to the Slipstream. In the roof of the northern of these two buildings is the giant Dancing Fish Trophy embedded in the roof.
A final note on all the above - as with the other challenges, you must complete this one as you play matches of Battle Royale - you cannot enter the map without other players - so once again you'll need to avoid combat encounters as you attempt to find the location.
If you're struggling, then wait a couple of weeks until most other players have earned it so you have less competition - or try one of the Limited Time Modes, which often splits teams across the map more than standard modes do.
Once you are done, there are plenty of other Challenges to try this week. Good luck!