Fortnite consume a legendary fish: How to catch legendary fish for week 6 ...

FORTNITE consume a legendary fish is one of the most eye-catching challenges for week 6 of the chapter 2 season 4 Battle Pass. Here's how to catch a legendary fish.

PUBLISHED: 13:24, Thu, Oct 1, 2020 | UPDATED: 13:24, Thu, Oct 1, 2020

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Fortnite consume a legendary fish is one of the week 6 season 4 chapter 2 challenges. As per usual, the latest Fortnite challenges have leaked before going live - giving Battle Royale players a chance to figure out solutions. And one of the hardest challenges this week will be Fortnite consume a legendary fish.

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Other Fortnite challenges may test a player's skill because an object like a gnome or rubber duck is hidden away, or because players need to head to a secret location.

But Fortnite consume a legendary fish is difficult for an altogether different reason.

That's because there's no shortcuts to solving this challenge, you'll have to put in the hard graft to keep fishing until you manage to reel in a legendary fish.

To aid you in your hunt for a legendary fish it's because to head to a named POI with a large body of water surrounding it.

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Locations such as Sweaty Sands, The Authority, Lazy Lake or Coral Castle are good spots to go to.

You can then fish with a fishing pole, or even use a harpoon gun, rockets in the speed boats or explosives.

Fishing spots appear as small bits of white located in the waters in rivers, lakes, and ponds.

Simply head there,

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