Fortnite: Where to dance in front of a bat statue, in a way above-ground pool, and on a seat for giants
How to complete this week’s oddball dancing challenge.
Our Fortnite Where To Dance locations guide will help you find where all 3 cryptic dance spots are located around Fortnite’s map.
Fortnite’s Battle Pass challenges have been updated, and one of this week’s missions is to find your way around the map and dance in three oddly specific locations.
If you’ve not signed in to the latest version of Fortnite, these are your objectives for this particular challenge:
- Dance in front of a bat statue
- Dance in a way above-ground pool
- Dance on a seat for giants
Some funny-sounding locations there. We were thrown off slightly by the wording of a ‘way above-ground pool’, but never fear, it’s all far simpler than you’d think.
Fortnite players have already deciphered this particular challenge however, and we’ve got you covered for all the info you need.
We’ve also thrown in a video guide by Game Clips and Tips below, so give that a watch and a like if it helps!
Dance in front of a bat statue
Head up north towards Haunted Hills. In the Haunted Hills compound, you should be able to head into the north-western fenced-off section, where you’ll find a delightful, shiny chest and the bat statue you’re after. All that’s left now is to bust a move.
Dance in a way above-ground pool
In the most bizarrely-worded dance location yet, this one is referring to the empty swimming pool on Kevin the Cube’s Floating Island. This island moves about the battlefield, but it’s pretty clear to see on your map. Have a look around and you won’t be able to miss the big empty pool.
Dance on a seat for giants
It’s basically just a big chair. Look for the cluster of buildings at the point between Polar Peak, Shifty Shafts and Happy Hamlet. The giant seat overlooks a Taco restaurant. It’s enormous. Whack out your dance moves on top of this chair, and the final challenge will be complete!