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How to easily complete the “Visit graffiti-covered billboards in a single match” Spray and Pray prestige Fortnite challenge

Here's how to do it.

Another set of challenges has been added to season X of Fortnite: Battle Royale today.

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Once you complete the first group of new challenges from the “Spray and Pray” missions, you’ll unlock a new set of supposedly more difficult tasks to complete and unlock extra rewards.

One of these prestige challenges asks players to “visit graffiti-covered billboards in a single match.” But this task is pretty simple. Although there are three billboards you can go to, two of them are so close together that it makes this challenge easier than some of the previous regular ones.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MP2PToUIw9A&feature=youtu.be

There are two billboards located in Shifty Shafts and just to the east of the area. They’re within walking distance of one another. You could even go into Team Rumble and simply glide over to both areas in a matter of seconds.

All you need to do is get close enough to the billboards so the challenge registers that you visited it and the rewards will be yours.


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Assigning Editor. In 2015, Adam graduated from the University of Aberystwyth with a bachelor's in Media and Communications. Working in the industry for over ten years. If it has anything to do with Nintendo and Pokémon chances are you will see me talking about it, covering, and likely not sleeping while playing it.