This Fortnite Wolverine week 4 challenge guide will talk you through how to launch off Sentinel Hands without touching the ground, so you can be one-step closer to unlocking the iconic superhero in the game.
How to Launch Off Sentinel Hands Without Touching the Ground in Fortnite
The Sentinel Hands in question can be found in the Sentinel Graveyard, right towards the center of the map. It can be found just northwest of Lazy Lake in grid references E5 & E6.
The main thing you need to take into account here is the order in which you go to the hands. We’ve got a birds-eye view of the Sentinel Hands below and numbered them in the order you should launch off them.
As long as you start off at number one, marked on the image above, you should find that if you don’t touch your controller, you’ll automatically launch off all of the Sentinel Hands in the order we’ve marked above.
However, if you do need to move or change your course, make sure you’re redeploying your glider as soon as you can after launching off a Sentinel Hand. If you do this, you’ll have plenty of time to move around the area and reach the next Sentinel Hand, without having to worry too much about sticking to the order.
The only other thing to keep in mind while trying to complete the Fortnite Wolverine week 4 challenge is other players. Whether they’re trying to complete the challenge themselves, or just looking for easy eliminations, you can expect the Sentinel Graveyard to be pretty busy. Grab a weapon before heading over to complete this challenge, just in case you get caught in combat.
That’s everything you need to know to complete the Fortnite Wolverine week 4 challenge. For more tips, tricks, and guides, head on over to our Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 4 guide wiki, search for Twinfinite, or check out more of our coverage on the current season below.
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