07 Jun 2021 9:43 AM +00:00

Where to Hunt Predators in Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 6?

Fortnite Season 6 is in its home stretch. Although this week is all about spending your gold, the Fortnite week 12 challenges bring some fun little challenges to the game.

Completing these Fortnite Season 6 week 12 challenges are rather easy. And to top it off, you get a handful of XP for completing these challenges. This will help you progress through your battle pass if you haven't maxed it out yet.

Hunting predators in Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 6

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You'll come across two predators in Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 6: wolves and raptors. Hunting down either of these two animals will count towards completing this Fortnite week 12 challenge. That being said, these animals spawn in specific spots all over the map.

The map below shows all the spawn locations for the predators in Fortnite. All you need to do is head over to one of these locations and start shooting at these predators. However, it's wise if you maintain an arms' distance from them.

The map shows the locations of all the wolf and raptor spawns in Fortnite. (Image via fortnite.gg)
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The map shows the locations of all the wolf and raptor spawns in Fortnite. (Image via fortnite.gg)

These raptors and wolves pack a punch and can knock you out for good in a few strikes. The predators usually occur in packs, so using an assault rifle or a bow over a long-range is advisable.


That being said, you will have to eliminate three predators to complete this Fortnite week 12 challenge. Usually, challenges like these can be completed in a single game, but there is no harm if you want to complete this Fortnite week 12 challenge over multiple games. This challenge is simple enough to be completed in the solo mode, but there's no harm in completing this in squads or even in Team Rumble.

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Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 7 begins on June 8th and will feature aliens. While the upcoming season does look very interesting, don't forget to make the most of the last few days left in the current season. Happy hunting!