A new Fortnite Winterfest challenge has arrived and players must ‘Destroy Snowflake Decorations.’ Destroying them isn’t the difficult part, it’s finding them that will prove to be most time-consuming. Fortunately, we’re here to help cut out the nonsense and get you that sweet, sweet snowflake reward. Here’s where to destroy snowflakes for Fortnite Winterfest.
Fortnite Snowflake Decoration Locations
Fortnite Snowflakes Decorations will appear in pretty much every named location on the map. However, those that we’ve put a big ol’ X over on the map above will be your best bet for the most frequent spawns. We’ve also listed the best locations for destroying Fortnite Snowflake Decorations below:
- Frenzy Farm
- Holly Hedges
- Lazy lake
- Pleasant Park
- Retail Row
- Salty Springs
- Weeping Woods (Just west of)
The best part of these locations is that you’ll more often than not find multiple Fortnite snowflake decorations in a single building at any of these. That means you can destroy the three decorations you need to in quick succession and get the challenge done, rather than having to travel to different named locations.
Another quick hint, you’ll want to look in the windows of buildings. This includes houses and stores such as those that can be found in the likes of Retail Row. They can also just be straight-up attached to a wall, so just keep your eyes peeled for them wherever you go.
Once you spot a snowflake decoration, simply hack at it with your pickaxe or shoot it once or twice and you’ll destroy it. They have a very low amount of hit points, so it won’t take long at all.
You only need to destroy three snowflake decorations to complete the Winterfest challenge and unlock the Snow Crystal Back Bling. How apt!
That’s everything you need to know on Fortnite Snowflake Decoration locations in Winterfest. For more tips, tricks, and guides, be sure to check out our wiki, or more of our guides for the festive event down below.
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