Completing a Dance Off at an abandoned mansion is one of Fortnite's many Weekly Challenges.
Completing it will give you additional XP to help go towards your many Fortnite Season 7 rewards.
If you're just getting started, our Fortnite Battle Royale tips and tricks can provide some helpful hints.
Note this particular challenge is no longer able to be completed. What's new? Chapter 3 Season 2 has arrived! New additions include red and blue lines on the Fortnite map and Rebuilding quests, including finding and destroying a IO Build Jammer. You can also learn how to get XP fast in Fortnite.
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Dance Off at an abandoned mansion location in Fortnite
Thankfully for this challenge you only need to have a Dance Off at just the one location, and it's pretty easy to find.
The spot you're looking for is the big, grey-bricked mansion to the east of the map. Specifically, it's in the far east of the map on the boundary between quadrant J5 and J6:
It's actually just south of the Lonely Lodge piano location, if that helps narrow things down!
Head inside the mansion from the front entrance and turn left, do go down the stairs to the mansion's basement.
The Dance Off 'stage' is set up there - we explain how to complete it in the section just below!
Chapter 3 Season 2 has arrived! New additions include the Prowler skin, along with the return of jetpacks and Choppas. As we enter Season 2's final month, it's a good idea to know how to get XP fast in Fortnite. You can also complete Resistance challenges, including collecting signal jammers and finding an energy fluctuation. Don't forget about the Seasonal challenges, which include planting saplings and call an Air Strike on a tank. Meanwhile Victory Crowns and the character collection have returned, along with a new Victory Umbrella to earn.
How to compete in a Dance Off at the abandoned mansion in Fortnite
For the Week 2 Challenges, you are tasked with the following:
- Compete in a Dance Off at an abandoned mansion (1 total, 10 Battle Stars)
Once you've found the Dance Off stage itself, it's time to compete.
You'll need another player for it to work - to compete, you need to stand on opposite sides of the stage, and use a dancing emote on top of the square floor panels that light up.
Keep an eye on the floor then, and keep going until the Dance Off itself comes to an end, with one of you crowed the winner. It doesn't matter if you win or lose though: as long as you stick it out to the end you'll get the Challenge marked off as complete.
Note however that, as always, you need to complete the match in order for the challenge to be finished - quitting the match as soon as you collect it won't work.
If you're struggling, then we recommend playing Limited Time Modes, ideally those where you're part of only one of two teams - making it easier to explore the map without running into adversaries.
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