Need a guide for all Fortnite giant candy canes locations? Fans of battle royale games who also have quite the sweet tooth will certainly be interested in this festive Fortnite challenge. As you’re going about your holiday-related challenges, make sure you keep an eye out for all Fortnite giant candy canes locations that have sprung out of the earth.
You only need to visit two spots with this massive sweet stuck in it, and we’ve tracked both down and to made it as easy as possible for you to complete this second of the 14 days of Fortnite challenge. Bear in mind, however, that you will need the Battle Pass to complete this next challenge in this festive set.
Fortnite has certainly been feeling the festive spirit since the latest season of this battle royale game first started. The biggest Fortnite season 7 map change can easily be spotted dominating the new south-west of the map: the iceberg biome. Featuring the icy new areas of Frosty Flights and Polar Peak, there’s lots of Christmassy goodness to be found the on the refreshed map. For instance, Fortnite giant candy canes, so here’s where two of them are for you to unlock the Festive Firefight loading screen.
Fortnite giant candy canes locations
Since we know both of the spots you need we’ve produced screenshots and a map (click to enlarge) to show you exactly where the Fortnite giant candy canes locations are. we can tell you that one is just north of Wailing Woods and north-west of Frosty Flights. Stay tuned for more specific information.
One of the Fortnite giant candy canes is just north of Wailing Woods and north-west of Frosty Flights. Once you’ve visited both sweet spots, you’ll unlock the Festive Firefight loading screen, which you can take a peek at below.
While we’re working on that, why not have a crack at your traditional weekly challenges. To complete them all you’ll need to search between three ski lodges and ring a number of Fortnite doorbells in named areas. For now, stay tuned to PCGamesN for all the latest Fortnite challenges information, and, most importantly, Merry Christmas!