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Fortnite season 4 week 5: Drive from Slurpy Swamp to Catty Corner in under 4 minutes without getting out

One of the trickier challenges of Fortnite‘s season 4, week 5 is the one for driving a car from Slurpy Swamp to Catty Corner in less than four minutes without getting out of the car. The key to completing this challenge is making sure you come prepared. In this guide, we’ll show you exactly what you need to do to quickly get to your destination without getting out of your vehicle — and we’ll give you some pointers along the way.

Here’s how to drive a car from Slurpy Swamp to Catty Corner in less than four minutes without getting out in Fortnite.

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How to set up the challenge

The most important thing about this challenge is ensuring you have enough gas to get to Catty Corner from Slurpy Swamp. It’ll take around half a tank to get there from your starting point, so land at the gas station in the northern section of Slurpy Swamp to get started. When you land, you’ll find a few gas canisters around the outside of the gas station, so grab one and then head out the front door, where you’ll see a truck. Use the image above for reference.

This truck isn’t the fastest vehicle, but it will certainly get the job done. At this point, don’t fill the vehicle up just yet. Instead, drive it to the center of Slurpy Swamp and then jump out to fill it up. This way, you’re getting more mileage out of the truck by ensuring you start the challenge with a full tank. Once your vehicle is at 100% gas, mark Catty Corner on your map and begin driving toward it. Starting now, do not exit your vehicle, or you’ll fail the challenge.

How to drive from Slurpy Swamp to Catty Corner in less than four minutes without getting out

From here, the path isn’t exactly linear, but it’s straightforward enough. We recommend cutting corners and driving up hills if possible. It might seem like the truck can’t make it up these inclines, but just keep the trigger held down, and it’ll slowly crawl up the various hills you’ll come across. For the most part, though, you can definitely get by with sticking to the roads. Four minutes might not sound like much time, but it’s actually plenty of time, as long as you’ve filled up your tank prior to starting.

In the video below, you can see the entire process from start to finish. What’s nice about this challenge is that the game recognizes when you’re attempting it and will put up a countdown timer in the top left. You’ll notice that even with multiple mistakes (like forgetting to mark the destination before embarking on the journey), we were still able to make it on time.

As long as you don’t get out of the car and you keep moving toward Catty Corner, you’ll make it there with time to spare. We recommend that you cut through Misty Meadows to get there quickly. Once you arrive at Catty Corner, you don’t have to do anything special. You’ll gain credit for completing the challenge right away, so there’s no need to jump out or anything to trigger completion. After you get there, you’ll be rewarded with 25,000 XP for your troubles — not bad for less than four minutes of work.


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