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Fortnite Tiny Rubber Duck Location: Where to Search the Rubber Duck in Summertime Splashdown Loading Screen (14 Days of Summer)

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Fortnite Tiny Rubber Duck Location: Where to Search the Rubber Duck in Summertime Splashdown Loading Screen (14 Days of Summer)

Fortnite’s 14 Days of Summer challenges tasked players with completing all manner of fun, summer tasks, such as dancing at beach parties, searching unicorn floaties, and bouncing giant beach balls. One that’s causing players a few issues is the one which tasks players to “Search the Tiny Rubber Duck at the spot hidden in the Summertime Splashdown Loading Screen.”

Summertime Splashdown Loading Screen Clues

summertime splashdown loading screen

The first thing we need to do is crack the clues in the Summertime Splashdown loading screen. To put this simply, if you look at the different surfboards in the background, you’ll spot the coordinates H9, I9, H10, I10 written on them.

As is the case in the past, simply head to the point on Fortnite’s map where these points converge and you’ll find the tiny rubber ducky.

Where to Find the Tiny Rubber Duck for Fortnite’s 14 Days of Summer Challenges

To find the tiny rubber duck in Fortnite, you’re going to head to the very south of the desert biome in the southeast corner of the map. It’s right next to the river that runs south from the small pool a little northwest of this location.

When you arrive here, you’re looking for a bathtub right next to a palm tree. Walk on over to it and you’ll find the tiny rubber duck you’re looking for. Press X on Xbox One, Square on PS4, Y on Switch, and E on PC to interact with it and complete this Fortnite 14 Days of Summer challenge.

Fortnite tiny rubber duck

There you have everything you need to know to find the tiny rubber duck in the Summertime Splashdown loading screen in Fortnite. For more on Fortnite Season 9, check out our guide wiki. If you’re looking for more on the 14 Days of Summer Challenges, check out all of our locations guides so far down below.

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