Fortnite Indiana Jones: How to Find the Secret Door in Shuffled Shrines

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Fortnite: How to find the secret door in Shuffled Shrines

If you're wondering how to find the secret door in Shuffled Shrines, you're most likely trying to complete one of the new Fortnite challenges for the week. While most are self-explanatory, some in busier areas like Shuffled Shrines can be hard to work out. Luckily, we've got your back.

A bit like the vault doors in the previous season and some of the data servers that spawned around the area, the secret door in Shuffled Shrines doesn't stand out from the map view alone, so we've expanded on that below with a walkthrough on how to find the exact secret door location in the new Shuffled Shrines area. Read on.

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Fortnite Shuffled Shrines Secret Door Location

To start this, you first have to land down at Shuffled Shrines. You can get here from the very start of the map but you have to watch out for enemies. For this reason, try and loot some weapons or items before you to try to figure the challenge out.

After this, you can find a door in the middle of Shuffled Shrines. It will have four small stones next to it, with unique patterns. These correspond to other stones throughout Shuffle Shrines. You have to find the matching stone, come back and change them around.

Fortnite: How to find the secret door in Shuffled Shrines
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You can find all of those locations in the map above. Essentially, all the extra stones roughly match the four stones in regards to their position on the map. Every single game, these will change around, so you shouldn't rely on a code. Learn where they are and this can help you out.

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Behind the secret door in Shuffled Shrines, you'll find mythic chests to beef up your loadout and gold bars to pad out your wallet. Like the vault in the previous season, it's a great way of getting some high-tier loot early on. Unfortunately, it can be a little bit risky, especially with all the Indian Jones quests out there, and the waves of people you'll likely see trying to do the same quest for a little while.

Later on in the season, though, expect this area to be relatively quiet. Better yet, if you're struggling to finish that particular mission during week 4, consider just ignoring it for now. Getting taken out of the match over and over because you can contend with the opposition isn't fun, so just wait another week or two while the crowd thins out, and you should have a much easier time clearing this one.

If you're looking for more challenges, here's what we know about the Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 Week 4 challenges as well. We're closing in on the halfway mark of the season, so now's the time to finish up any lingering bits.