If you’re all up-to-date with the Deadpool challenges in Fortnite Season 2 Chapter 2, there is only one thing that now stands in your way. You’ll need to track down Deadpool’s Pistols before you can unlock the iconic anti-hero himself. Here’s all you need to know on the Fortnite Deadpool’s Pistols locations.
Where to Find Deadpool’s Pistols in Fortnite
The first pistol can be found just below the challenge table on the main Battle Pass screen, just to the right of the explosive container.
The second of Deadpool’s pistols can be found in Meowscles’ room. To get here, you’ll want to go to the ‘Agents’ room in the top right of the Battle Pass screen. Once in his room, you’ll find Deadpool’s Pistol on the floor in the bottom right of the screen, by some weights.
Entering a Phone Booth or Portapotty to Become the Super-est of Superheroes
Once you’ve got Deadpool’s pistols, the final challenge you’ll need to do to get Deadpool yourself is to head into a game and enter a phone booth or portapotty.
We’ve located where you can find a handful of phone booths and portapottys on the map to get this completed easily below. Please keep in mind this isn’t every last phone booth and portapotty on the map, but there should be enough here for you to quickly get this challenge done.
When you do, you’ll apparently ‘become the super-est of superheroes.’ Whether that means you’ll go in the phone booth or portapotty as your normal character skin and emerge as Deadpool remains to be seen, but we’re sure excited to be able to add him to our collection of skins.
There you have all you need to know about where to find Deadpool’s Pistols in Fortnite. Head over to our wiki for more tips, search for Twinfinite, or check out even more of our coverage on the game below.
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