It’s Thursday, but we’re not doing the weekly challenges for Fortnite: Battle Royale. Instead, the developers are taking something of a break before Season 8 gets going and instead dropping a series of free “Overtime Challenges” that come with a whole bunch of rewards for anyone playing the game, including arguably the most impressive reward the developer has offered yet: anyone who completes 13 Overtime challenges will get the Season 8 Battle Pass for free, giving non-paying players their first shot at grabbing some premium skins and stomping around the battlefield in style.
The first three of these challenges dropped today, and it looks like we’ll be getting more every three days. We’ll have guides for you to help you on your way. First up is where to search for chests at a motel or RV park, so read on for map, guide and location.
Both the Motel and RV Park are some of the oldest locations in the game: I believe that the RV Park dates all the way back to the original map, and the motel back to the first major rework that came along with Season 2. And they’re age comes with a kind of classic style, harkening back to the sort of “broken suburbia” concept that the game had before we started adding Mesoamerican temples to vegetables, golf courses, Viking settlements and all the other strangeness that has come to define the game since then. The RV Park is in between Lonely Lodge, and the Motel is west of Lazy Links. Here’s where to find each on the map:
Here’s what the motel looks like on the ground. It was never in great shape if we’re being honest, but it still took something of a beating after the comet in Season 4 and even lost part of its sign due to a run-in with an interdimensional rift. If you’re looking for an easy chest here, try the truck or the pool out front. Ammo boxes are tucked away in their usual corners, but you’ll find more of both in the building itself:
And here’s the RV Park. A more or less straightforward place, at the end of the day, with a large wooden structure on one end and some nice little hangout spots scattered around. Check the picnic tables and buildings for chests, and ditto for ammo boxes:
And that will do it for you. As with most chest challenges, there’s a sort of sliding difficulty scale on these. On day one everyone is dropping in to complete them, but they ease up as time goes on. So if you’re getting blasted right now, just wait a few days and it should be no problem. As usual, Team Rumble always makes things easier both with a lower overall player count and the fact that half of the players aren’t trying to kill you.