Fortnite - Claptrap's missing eye and Claptrap location explained

Where to the Borderlands character in the Pandora area of Fortnite.

Finding Claptrap's missing eye and Claptrap's location is one of many Fortnite Challenges in Season X.

It's part of the time-limited Welcome to Pandora set of missions, which feature the Borderlands location in the south-east corner of the map for a limited time.

Another challenge in the set are the various Fortnite Vault Symbol locations.

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Where to find Claptrap's missing eye and Claptrap's location in Fortnite

The location to find Claptrap's missing eye and Claptrap's location are as follows:

Claptrap's missing eye and Claptrap's location in Fortnite

As the challenge suggests, you need to visit Claptrap's eye location first - which is 1 on the map - then take it to Claptrap in location 2.

Here's what to find them both in closer detail...

Fortnite Claptrap's Eye location

First, you need to find Claptrap's eye. In the south of the Pandora Rift Zone is a settlement. Head here, then find the south-east-most building.


Inside, go to the south-west room, where you'll find a chair and a television. Right in-between them is the eye. Interact with it to pick it up - that's then the first part over and done with.


Fortnite Claptrap location

Once you have Claptrap's Eye, time to find Claptrap's location.

At the far west side of the Pandora Rift Zone, at the side of the road, is a tall sign saying 'Welcome to Pandora' if you look at it from the west. (On the other side of the sign is one of the many Vault Symbol locations.)


At the base of this sign is Claptrap. Interact and you'll hand over the eye - completing the challenge.


All done? Make sure you find the Fortnite Vault Symbol locations next!

Need help on other Fortnite Challenges? There are Glitched Foraged Items, Lost Spray Can locations, Fortnite Graffiti billboards, Gas Station locations to find. As well as these, for a limited time, are tasks to touch a giant glowing cube, enter the Rift above Loot Lake, and search a landing pod within a meteor locations and visiting Rift Zone locations.

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