Fortnite: Where to Destroy Sofas, Beds, or Chairs | Geisha411

There is a brand new Legendary quest in Fortnite, and it instructs players to destroy sofas, beds, or chairs. While this task is a fairly straightforward one, fans that want to complete it quickly should focus their attention on locations with a high-density of these items. Providing details on such locations is the exact purpose of this guide, and it should make it quite easy for players to destroy a ton of sofas, beds, or chairs in Fortnite.

To get right to it, one of the very best places to tackle this Season 5 Week 10 Legendary quest is Sweaty Sands, a named location in the northwest quadrant of Fortnite‘s map. Indeed, sofas, beds, and chairs can be found in abundance in Sweaty Sands’ various structures, and the sun loungers scattered along the beach can also be destroyed for the challenge. That said, this is certainly not the only place where players can find large quantities of furniture, and here are a couple of additional recommendations:

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  • The restaurant at the north end of Craggy Cliffs.
  • Butter Barn, a landmark just south of the center of the map.

While all of these locations are solid places to work on the new Legendary quest, it is worth mentioning that Fortnite players that visit them may still not be able to fully complete the challenge in a single trip. This is due to the fact that the final reward is not granted until 100 pieces of furniture have been destroyed, and that may simply be too many sofas, beds, and chairs to smash all at once. Fans will receive some rewards on their way to that number, though, as there is XP awarded at 20, 40, 60, and 80 pieces destroyed.

To note, this Legendary quest is certainly not the only way to make some significant XP gains this week, as a new batch Epic quests has also been added to the game. These new challenges ask fans to use food consumables, eliminate IO Guards in Fortnite, and more, and they are all very easy to complete.

Additionally, there are new XP Coins in Fortnite, which grant varying amounts of XP based on their color. All of these opportunities together mean that players can currently make quite a lot of progress on the Season 5 Battle Pass, and that is sure to be appreciated by those fans that have their sights set on the Sapphire, Topaz, and Zero Point skin styles that are unlocked at the top tiers.

Fortnite is out now for PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.

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