Fortnite: Chapter 2 Season 3 – Collect Fireflies from Weeping Woods

By Lauren Aitken, Thursday, 20 August 2020 14:21 GMT

For this Fortnite weekly challenge, you’ll need to hunt down some Fireflies in the Weeping Woods.

Fireflies only come out during night cycles in Fortnite, so you’ll need to lurk in the Weeping Woods for a bit to complete this challenge. Your best bet is to land close to the woods then sneak your way over to the location to avoid an early elimination.

Vehicles have finally been added to Fortnite and the new Coral Castle location has appeared as the water receded. There’s also a new starship challenge available, where you’ll need to repair a ship in order to launch it.

Fortnite: Chapter 2 Season 3 – Collect Fireflies from Weeping Woods

You’ll be able to find Fireflies all over the Weeping Woods but they do seem to congregate closer to campfires, like the one you can find in the southeast of the area. You’ll be able to see Fireflies as they are relatively large and emit an orange glow, so walk up to one and collect it.

To complete the challenge, you’ll need to collect five Fireflies, which will be sorted into Firefly Jars. Be careful you don’t accidentally throw one and set the area and yourself on fire.

If you missed the beginning of Season 3, you can check out all the map changes here, as well as all the Aquaman challenges.

You can also check out how to open the vault at Catty Corner, where to find Loot Sharks, Deadpool’s floaties and the Gnomes at Homely Hills here.

Here’s where you can find the Choppa and all the floaty rings at Lazy Lake, too.

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