Fortnite: Chapter Two hasn’t only provided some fresh opportunities to take down friends in Battle Royale fashion. It’s also packed with several new secrets, including secret letters that appear to spell out the word “FORTNITE.”
So far, we have found three of the letters. There’s the letter F, the letter O, and the letter R. Now we’re coming up on the reveal of the letter T, and we’ve already got a good idea where you’ll be able to track it down when it becomes available.
Check out the instructions below to continue your virtual spelling lesson in the world of Fortnite!
Finish Your Challenges First
First off, don’t immediately go out to find it. The new letter won’t pop up in the world of Fortnite until Halloween, Oct. 31. By then, it’s fair game.
Now, to attain the letter, hidden in the secret loading screen, you have to do something first. There are eight weekly missions available within the game. You’ll need to finish these up first before you go looking for the letter. Go over to the Challenges tabs, and you’ll see them nicely laid out across two horizontal rows.
If those challenges are set to go, then finding the letter “T” should be a breeze.
It’s an Easy “T” To Spot In the Right Place
As you can see in the screenshot above, the “T” is pretty evident. All you need to do is make your way over to the Dirty Docks. You can find it over by the construction crane and the tractor-trailer. From there, you should be able to spot the “T.” Mission complete!
That should do it, but there could be more with the letter than just finding it. According to this list of leaked challenges, there’s one for “search the hidden ‘T’ in the Dockyard Deal Loading Screen.” We’re not sure what this entails just yet, but it could result in more rewards. We’ll let you know as soon as more information is available.
For now, you should be able to follow these simple steps and when the time comes you’re ready to go grab it. You’re going to need to wait for Oct. 31, though, and double-check your challenges.
Fortnite is available now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, mobile, and PC.