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Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 1: Where to find and hunt Frogs

How to spot these small and fast creatures!

Fortnite is one of the most popular games from Epic Games. One of the reasons for its maintaining its popularity is the constant updates and introduction of new content from time to time. It also constantly comes up with new quests and challenges for the players. Right now in Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 1, the Into the Wild quests are going on and one of them requires the players to shoot and hunt frogs from a distance of 5 meters or less to complete it and here’s how they can do it.

Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 1 Frogs location

The challenge is pretty straightforward to understand for the players, but the tough part is locating the frogs as they are very small in size and often get camouflaged with the surroundings which makes it even more difficult to locate them.

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They are not bound to be found in just one place but mostly they can be found around water bodies and foliage here are the best places to look for them which fit the description:

  • Lute Lake
  • Frenzy Fields Pond
  • River banks near The Citadel 
  • Autumnwood River next to Anvil Square

Tips to hunt Frogs in Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 1

Once the players have successfully located a frog all they need to do is kill it off using a gun. But they need to do it from a distance of 5 meters or less and coming too close to the frog will alert it and make it flee which makes the challenge quite difficult. Players should carry guns like an SMG or shotgun with them as they are good in short ranges.

Fortnite hunt frogs
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They can also use the newly introduced Shockwave Hammer if they happen to come across one in the first place. After one has completed the challenge, they’ll gain 16000 XP in their Battle Pass which will help them in gaining more rewards and more content.

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