Search the Junk! How to find the treasure in Junk Juction in Fortnite

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One of Fortnite’s Season 8, Week 10 challenges will have players heading to Junk Junction in an effort to find a treasure map signpost. Once found, you’ll then have to head over to where the map leads to claim your Battle Star. Finding the signpost and treasure can actually be trickier than you’d think, so we’ve done the hard work for you. Check out below for where to go and you’ll be claiming your prize in no time.

How to find the treasure in Junk Junction

Jump into any mode of Fortnite’s Battle Royale. I’d suggest Solo, as it’s the best for challenges like these.
Head towards Junk Junction, and as you land, head towards the left of the orange garbage compactor.

Once there, you’ll find the signpost in between two purple shipping containers (see image above).

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Search the signpost to unveil the treasure.
After finishing your game and starting a new one, head over to just north of Fatal Fields, where the underground mines in the shape of cacti are.
The Battle Star is located on the rightmost carving in the ground, by the rock in the corner of the ground.

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Simply pick up the Battle Star to claim it, and you’re all done! You’re now ready to tackle the easier objectives in Week 10, so head out there.

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