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A new batch of Fortnite challenges has arrived in Week 2 of Chapter 2 – Season 4. With the new season containing one of the best Battle Passes in recent memory, challenges are more important than ever. You earn at least 25,000 XP for each task completed, and after a while, that XP adds up. So if you’re looking for an easy way to level up your pass, the weekly challenges are the way to go. For Week 2, nothing is too difficult in terms of gameplay. However, some require additional knowledge. This applies to the “Destroy 7 boats at Craggy Cliffs” challenge.
Destroy 7 boats at Craggy Cliffs in Fortnite
As previously mentioned, this is not the hardest challenge we’ve ever seen in Fortnite. All that you really need to do is to swing your pickaxe at seven boats and destroy them around the Craggy Cliffs POI. However, there’s been some confusion as to which boats you need to destroy.
First off though, you want to either land at Craggy Cliffs or make your way there early on in the match. Many players have adopted the strategy of completing their challenges in Team Rumble, as there is respawning enabled. If you choose to do this, you don’t need to worry about landing at the actual POI.
Once you’re there, head on over to the beach on the northeast side of Craggy Cliffs. If you’re in the right spot, you should see a small wooden boat. You want to get out your pickaxe and hit this boat twice to destroy it. That’s one down. The rest of the boats can be found in the boathouse right off the beach. You can watch the video below to see the exact locations.
Once you’ve destroyed seven boats at Craggy Cliffs, this challenge is complete. 25,000 XP will be awarded to you once you get back to the main menu.
We hope this challenge guide was helpful — make sure to stay tuned to Daily Esports for more Fortnite guides.
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.