Another Fortnite challenge is ready to be undertaken and today’s prize is Fortbyte 67. To snag the latest Fortbyte, players will need show off their glider skills and fly through a series of rings. Here’s how it all needs to go down.
The latest Fortnite challenge, released Sunday, June 30, tasks players with unlocking Fortbyte 67. This can be done by breaking out the Retaliator Glider and flying through a series of rings under the southernmost Sky Platform. The Sky Platform can be easily seen floating in the air between Salty Springs and Fatal Fields.
Players will need some height, so they will want to dive down in this location. Once in the area, they’ll spot the Sky Platform. Underneath, a brightly colored triangle “ring” can be found. Here are where those glider skills will come into play. Players will need to navigate to this ring and glide through. There will be four triangles in all, and as soon as players pass through three, the fourth will have Fortbyte 67 appear in the middle, ready to be claimed.
For anyone a bit behind on their Fortbyte collecting, here are tips on a few to help catch up. Those looking for the location of Fortbyte 53 will want to make their way to the Abandoned Mountaintop Lair east of Snobby Shores. Because it is located pretty high up, players will want to drop down on this location to access it most easily. From there, they are tasked with heading inside and raising a disco ball. How is this done? With dancing, of course.
Once that challenge is dealt with, players will need to take off their dancing shoes and head east. The location of Fortbyte 11 is clear on the other side of the map, tucked away in the jungle north of Lonely Lodge. Players will know they’re in the right spot if they see a bird flying above the canopy. Aside from searching this area for the Fortbyte, no further action is required. Just march on in and claim it.
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Source: Fortnite Intel