The week nine challenges in Fortnite’s season nine Battle Pass are bringing new tasks for players today. This is one of the last sets of the season, which means players will soon be out of weekly challenges to get Battle Stars and rank up their pass.
But now, week nine has an interesting challenge that will give you five Battle Stars just for visiting three spots on the map. You have to visit a solar array in the snow, desert, and jungle, and you can try to visit all of them in a single match if you’re a Fortnite master. But you can take as many matches as you need or want and visit them in any order.
You must also be in a non-Playground mode in Battle Royale, so it’s fine if you want to play one of the 14 Days of Summer LTMs while trying to complete this challenge. You’ll get credit for it.
Solar arrays are huge structures with a few small rectangular panels that generate electricity using incoming sunlight. You might have seen them in your Fortnite matches, especially if you like dropping at Frosty Flights. All you need to do is get close to them to complete this challenge.
Here’s the map with all three locations. The solar array screengrabs are right after the map.
All solar array locations
These solar arrays are behind the hangars at Frosty Flights. They’re easy to spot.
You’ll find this set of solar arrays on a hill west of Paradise Palms. Once you’re in the city, they’re also easy to find.
North of Pressure Plant
This is the only set of solar arrays that’s slightly difficult to locate. They’re covered by trees far north of Pressure Plant, to the right of the hot springs. You might need ziplines to help you to get there.