Fortnite hidden star map locations: ALL Blockbuster loading screen challenges solved

Fortnite developer Epic Games added Blockbuster challenges as part of its season 4 update.

As long-time fans will know, Epic releases a new set of seven Battle Pass challenges each week. Fans need to complete any four of these challenges to be rewarded with 4,000 XP.

The challenges are separated into hard and regular tiers of difficulty. The hard difficulty  challenges net players ten Battle Stars, while the regular tasks reward fans with five Battle Stars.

Blockbuster challenges give players extra incentive to complete all of the weekly challenges, because the game rewards you with a special loading screen for each week.

These loading screens contain hidden clues that point towards a secret Battle Star on the map.

Not only that, but they also tell a story linked to the end of season 4 and the beginning of season 5.

Check out the gallery above for a look at the Blockbuster loading screens and the locations of the hidden Battle Stars….

The seventh and final loading screen challenge features an appearance by The Visitor.

The hidden star can just about be seen in the background, above the mysterious new character’s landing pod. Fans can find this star by entering the lab in the middle of Dusty Divot.

Provided you’ve completed all of the challenges, you’ll find the star atop the shuttle inside the lab.

Anybody skilled enough to have completed all seven Blockbuster challenges will be rewarded with the customisable Visitor skin.

Fans who completed all of the week 8 challenges were rewarded with another loading screen, although this hints more at the direction of season 5.

The screen sees the Visitor preparing to launch the rocket, which hit the skies above the Fortnite map over the weekend.

Since the launch of the missile, cracks have started to appear in the sky.

Some believe the cracks represent an inter-dimensional portal, while others believe it’s some kind of time warp.

The crack is already making its mark on the world, as items begin to disappear from the map. The Tomato Town mascot has disappeared entirely, alongside the Lonely Lodge sign and the motel sign.

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