Opening three safes is one of the challenges you can complete in Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 6.
The problem, however, is the low spawn rate for said safes means they are quite hard to find, which is why it's a good idea to know where the safe spawn locations are.
Completing this challenge will reward you with 24k XP, which will help you unlock the Season 6 Battle Pass skins.
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Opening safes in Fortnite explained
When hunting for safes, it's important to remember that they don't have a guaranteed spawn rate. This means you might visit a location where a safe appeared in a previous match, only to find it absent in the one you're currently playing.
Like chests, safes can also only be opened once per match by any player.
For these reasons, you may find the 'Open safes (3)' challenge rather frustrating. Our advice is to pick a location which has multiple safe spawn points, have a quick look around and, if you can't find one, simply get back to having fun.
You have the rest of Season 6 to complete this challenge and you'll definitely find a t least three safes simply by playing Fortnite during this time. If you'd like some advice on safe locations though, visit the next section.
Big changes are coming! Find out when the Fortnite The End event time is in your region - don't worry, there's still time to grab the the Cube Queen skin before it goes. Recent quests include Touch a Cube, Spirit Vessel Caretaker's footprints, Command Signal, scroll locations, mini-pufts, seismographs, Ghostbusters signs and deploying a ghost trap for the Containment Specialist. Elsewhere in Season 8, you can start using Sideways weapons, partake in Sideways encounters, and find colour bottles for Tonna Fish.
Safe locations in Fortnite explained
Here are the main possible safe spawn locations on the Fortnite map:
A number of these locations, including Craggy Cliffs, Dirty Docks, Holly Hedges and Sweaty Sands, have multiple safe spawn locations hidden within them. The best place to look for safes in these areas is within buildings - be it a home or an office.
Since safes in Fortnite currently have a low spawn rate, we recommend visiting one of these locations if you wish to complete the 'Open safes (3)' challenge, because you'll have a higher likelihood of actually finding a safe.
It is important to mention though that, just because there's a high number of safe spawn spots, this still doesn't guarantee that a safe will actually spawn in one of these locations during your match. There may also be a higher number of other players in these locations also looking for safes.