The week 3 Aquaman challenge in Fortnite is a pretty straightforward one. All you need to do is catch different types of fish in a single match. In this guide, we’ll run you through the steps to get this challenge completed quickly and out of the way so you can return to your normal Battle Royale mayhem.
How to Complete Aquaman Week 3 Challenge in Fortnite
First off, make your way to any location that you know has fishing rods nearby. The Fortilla, Dirty Docks, and Misty Meadows are three separate locations you can go to where you’ll find barrels of fishing rods laying around.
Once you’ve got yourself a fishing rod, simply make your way to any body of water and look for the telltale sign that fish are ready to be caught. Now all you need to do is cast your rod right into the center of the disturbance on the water and reel in whatever you catch when you get a bite.
You’ll need to catch two different fish to complete the Fortnite Aquaman week 3 challenge. We’ve listed all types of fish you can get in Fortnite below:
- Small Fry
Catch one of two of the three listed above in a single match and you’ll complete the Aquaman week 3 challenge.
What About the Aquaman Week 4 Challenge?
While it won’t be out for another week as we’re currently in week 3, we do know what the Aquaman week 4 challenge is already thanks to a leak from FireMonkey over on Twitter.
The week 4 Aquaman challenge requires players to ‘Complete the swimming Time Trial at Dirty Docks.’ Currently, we don’t know what the time trial looks like, but we’ll be sure to have a guide up as soon as it goes live in-game.
There you have all you need to know to complete Fortnite’s Aquaman week 3 challenge. For more tips, tricks, and guides, be sure to check out our ever-expanding guide wiki.
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