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As a new week dawns in Fortnite, there are fresh Punchcard quests that players can complete for valuable Battle Pass XP. Epic Games recently changed the amount of XP players earn from the quests, so the challenges are now worth the player’s time and energy. Still, no player wants to spend an inordinate amount of time questing in Fortnite. One of the tougher tasks with this round of Punchcard quests requires players to travel in Alien Slipstream for 100 meters.

Players can follow the guide below to learn how to complete this challenge.

Traveling in an Alien Slipstream in Fortnite

This Punchcard quest comes to players by the way of Nitehare, a brand new NPC in Fortnite Season 8. Like other NPCs that have come before them, Nitehare has five weekly Punchcard quests that are each worth 30,000 XP. Traveling in an Alien Slipstream for 100 meters is the third quest for Nitehare’s questline in Fortnite, Hop Awake.

For players wondering how to complete this quest, they need only head to one of the Alien Crash Sites on the Season 8 map. Those locations are viewable below.

Fortnite Alien Jump Pads at Crash Sites
The location of every Alien Crash Site in Fortnite Season 8. | Provided by Epic Games

In these Alien Crash Site locations, players can find a large stream of pink energy that they can slip into. These streams travel through the crash site and can be accessed in different locations. Once inside of the slipstream, players must travel 100 meters. As long as players keep their reticle centered, they should be able to travel in the slipstream for long enough to complete the quest.

If players don’t keep their reticle centered, they run the risk of being whisked out of the stream and having to start over from scratch. After players have traveled 100 meters, a notification will pop up on screen letting players know they’ve completed the quest. From here, they’ll earn 30,000 XP and can move on to the last two Punchcard quests for Nitehare.

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.
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