All Fortnite Shooting Galleries locations: where to get a score of 3 or more at different Shooting Galleries

Scratch that itchy trigger finger with our guide on getting a score of 3 ore more at all Fortnite Shooting galleries

All Fortnite Shooting Galleries locations

Where are all Fortnite Shooting Galleries locations? The third week of challenges for Epic Games’, well, epic, battle royale game has arrived, and one of them is especially good for players with an itchy trigger finger. This week, we need to know where to get a score of 3 or more at different Shooting Galleries in Fortnite.

Just an FYI, you will need a Battle Pass to complete this challenge; of the three free ones we get each week, this isn’t one of them, sadly. This certainly is a familiar one, though. Epic have been known to give us similar-sounding objectives in the past, but this challenge brings to mind one from the previous season where we had to shoot a Clay Pigeon in different locations.

Anyway, let’s stop living in the bullet-ridden past so we can get cracking with our Fortnite week 4 challenges. If you want to get your extra goodies from the Hunting Party week 4 challenge, you’ll need to finish all of them, and that includes your mission to ring the doorbell of a house with an opponent inside. Then you have a staged challenge to complete: you must dance on top of a Clock Tower, Pink Tree, and Giant Porcelain Throne. But, when it comes to this challenge, here are all Fortnite Shooting Gallery locations.

All Fortnite Shooting Galleries locations

Now the challenges are live you have to get a score of 3 or more at different Shooting Galleries. Below we’ve provided screenshots, text descriptions, and a map to make it as easy as possible to finish this task.

All Fortnite Shooting Galleries locations

  • Paradise Palms: on top of the mountain to the south
  • Fatal Fields: on top of the round mountain to the west
  • Wailing Woods: South-east of the maze
  • Viking Village: east of this location
  • Dusty Divot: west of the new diner
  • Pleasant Park: near the base of the northern mountain

So, here’s how Fortnite Shooting Galleries work. When you approach one, you step on a square button. That then activates the targets at which you must shoot your weapon, so make sure you have one first. Then, if you get a score of 3 or more, you’ve ticked off one of your five galleries to complete this challenge.

Here’s a tip: once you get to a gallery make sure you’re as far away from enemies as you can. Unless you have a suppressed weapon, getting a score of 3 or more at different Shooting Galleries in Fortnite is going to attract plenty of unwanted attention.