Fortnite Doorbell Locations Guide: Season 7, Week 3 Challenge | Dot Esports

Where to ring a doorbell in Fortnite for the season 7, week 3 challenge

Please, ring the doorbell before you shoot.

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Why would you ring the doorbell of a house in Fortnite, especially when there’s an opponent inside? To complete a Battle Pass challenge, of course.

The season seven, week three challenges in Fortnite: Battle Royale asks players to “ring a doorbell in different named locations in a single match ” in two areas. If you’re wondering if Fortnite houses ever had doorbells, you are probably a vandal who builds a couple of stairs to the second floor and just breaks in through the ceiling. You’re no different from others.

But this time, you’ll need to be polite with your opponents and look for doorbells to ring. It’s obvious where you can find these doorbells: At the front door of most houses.

Players should look for houses in named locations. This will increase the odds of them having doorbells. People going up and down the stairs of a house looking for loot is a common scenario in the early game in Fortnite, so the sooner your try to ring the doorbell, the more likely you are to find an opponent inside that might make your task a bit harder.

Drop on these locations and look for doorbells on the front door of most of the houses.

  • Greasy Grove
  • Paradise Palms
  • Pleasant Park
  • Retail Row
  • Salty Springs
  • Snobby Shores

You might have an easier time finding these doorbells in areas like Salty Springs and Pleasant Park, where most buildings are houses with doorbells.

Remember to be fast and ring a doorbell as soon as you drop outside a house, or at least grab some loot to defend yourself from enemies that are surrounding the area.

Ring a doorbell in two matches and you’ll earn 5 Battle Stars to help upgrade your Battle Pass tier.