As is customary for a Thursday, there are now a number of new Fortnite challenges for free-to-play players and Battle Pass owners alike to sink their teeth into. One such challenge will send players to scour Fortnite‘s battle royale map in search of three giant animal sculptures, one of which is designated as a wooden rabbit.
Fortnite players that are on the hunt for the wooden rabbit should simply look north of Snobby Shores, alongside the west side of the map, in order to find the sculpture. It should be hard to miss the rabbit from this location, as it is quite a massive wooden construction indeed.
For the visually inclined, here is a map indicating the wooden rabbit’s position:
Along with the wooden rabbit, players will need to locate a stone pig and a metal llama to complete this free Fortnite Season 8, Week 6 challenge. Fortunately, these two sculptures are also quite easy to find, and fans should thus have little trouble completing this challenge in full.
While new weekly challenges are certainly a tried-and-true method for keeping Fortnite players engaged with the title, they simply may not be enough to quell the unrest that has been building within the community. This dissatisfaction began last week when Fortnite‘s v8.20 patch brought a controversial change to battle royale — namely, the removal of the health and material siphoning that was introduced in the v7.40 update.
Furthermore, Epic recently announced that it would be putting an end to stretched resolution, something that many players relied on to increase the FOV in Fortnite. This announcement certainly added to the general sense of discontent among the community, and things hit a fever pitch yesterday when one disgruntled player hacked the official Fortnite Twitter account.
This is certainly an interesting time to be a Fortnite fan, and established community members and content creators have definitely been making their opinions on the state of the game known. It remains to be seen exactly how Epic will go about addressing this situation, but perhaps this week’s challenges will provide a distraction until an official statement is made.
Fortnite is available now in early access for Android, iOS, PC, PlayStation 4, Switch, and Xbox One.