We’ve looked in every nook and cranny, and here’s how to follow the treasure map found in Greasy Grove, and find the Greasy Grove treasure map location. Now it’s time to scour the Fortnite map search of treasure once again.
You’ve only got a couple more days to complete this challenge, the Fortnite Season 5 start date is Thursday 12th so get it done quick!
This forms one of the season 4, week 5 challenges in Fortnite which not only earn your Battle Stars which count toward you Battle Pass progress – not to mention a hefty amount of XP too – but unlock the special Omega and Blockbuster challenges as well.
Greasy Grove treasure map location:
Without further ado, you need to follow the treasure map found in Greasy Grove to this location on the map:
Where you’re trying to go is the side of a building to the northeast of Snobby Shores. As you approach from the west, you’ll be able to see that the windows and balconies of the building make the shape of a face – similar to the treasure map:
On top of what would be the face’s nose, you’ll find this week’s Battle Star:
For more help with all of Season 4’s challenges, check out the links below:
- Week 8 Challenges: Search 7 Hungry Gnomes, Search between a Bear, Crater and a Refrigerator Shipment
- Week 7 Challenges: Follow the treasure map found in Pleasant Park, Score on different pitches, more
- Week 6 Challenges: Search between a Playground, Campsite, and a Footprint, Spray over Carbide and Omega Posters
- Week 5 Challenges: Greasy Grove treasure map, Dance with others to raise the Disco Ball near Loot Lake, more
- Week 4 Challenges: Visit 3 different storm centers, search between a bench, ice cream truck and helicopter, more
- Week 3 Challenges: Search rubber duckies, Salty Springs treasure map, more
- Week 2 Challenges: Dance in front of film cameras, search between scarecrow, pink hotrod and big screen, more
- Week 1 Challenges: Search 8 F-O-R-T-N-I-T-E letters, Tomato Town treasure map, more
Backend downtime wasn’t Epic Games’ only problem in this week. Reports have come in that Bluehole – creators of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds – have sued Fortnite in Korea over copyright infringement.