How to visit the Guardian Towers for Fortnite Season 7 Week 10 challenge
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The Week 10 Epic Quests are soon going live in Fortnite Chapter 2 – Season 7, releasing on Thursday of this week. In the meantime, players can attempt to complete their Legendary Quests, which award a total of 180,000 XP. Of course, the Epic Quests are where the true XP lies, giving out 30,000 more XP. While the quests aren’t live yet, players who peeked at the leaked list have seen one confusing task. The challenge requires players to visit the Guardian Towers, which were a key part of Season 6. However, many didn’t know that they were still around in Season 7.

The Guardian Towers lie at different points on the Fortnite island. There are six in total and players need to visit three of them to complete this specific Week 10 Epic Quest. So, which three should players aim for to complete the challenge as easy as possible?

Visiting the Guardian Towers in Fortnite

For players who memorized where the towers were in Season 6, this challenge will be a breeze. Epic Games has not moved their locations in Season 7, despite the fact that they no longer play a major role in the story.

Below, players can see exactly where the Guardian Towers are in Season 7.

The Guardian towers in fortnite
The locations of all six Guardian Towers in Fortnite. | Provided by Epic Games

Players need only visit three of the towers and they can take as many matches as they need. This isn’t a speed task, so players should pick whatever three locations are more convenient for them and the match they’re playing. However, picking three that are close together should allow players to complete the challenge in a single match if they need to do it quickly.

Players must walk up to the base of the tower. When this is done, that location counts for the challenge. Once all three have been crossed off the list, this Week 10 Epic Quest is complete. Players are awarded with 30,000 XP for their Season 7 Battle Pass.

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.