What is Fortnite’ Rose Locations Where To Find A Rose
Love is in the air at Fortnite, although they have not stopped the players from mercilessly killing each other.
All of this week’s challenges are on Valentine’s Day, with a love potion and chocolate bar, Cupid’s crossbow and of course flowers. You can’t celebrate Valentine’s Day without flowers.
For this challenge, players are tasked with finding roses in one of two locations. I wish Epic would stop telling us those places in the challenge itself – it’s actually more fun to actually look for this stuff than let the developer put our hands on it. Oh well
In any case, here are two spots you can find a rose. You only need one.
As you can see in the picture above, the first rose is outside the red house at Steel Farm. Here it looks like closed. Just interact with it to finish the challenge and earn 20,000 XP.
The second rose is located inside the front door of the house north of the large barn in the Orchard location. Either will work just fine. I thought the steel farm would be less busy but, collecting this rose, drove out two other players.
When I went up to Orchard I had to exclude two more players, so I think both of these places are a bit hot at the moment, though probably so much less today than yesterday.
Epic Games are running their Valentine’s Day “event” at the moment, with Week 11 challenging everyone to do something with love or romance.
The end result of these challenges is unclear: Lovely Wild Hurts Help celebrate Wild. You do this by distributing a valentine.
Hurts Wild was originally called Epic on Valentine’s Day. They often don’t really use the name of the holiday when celebrating it, with events such as Fortnitemeres and Christmas in Halloween coinciding with a 14-day Fortnite or Winterfest event and above.
Hurts Wild is a competitive event with the ability to join teams from different creators and earn prizes based on placements in tournaments. But it also includes the challenges of this week.
It is really really simple. Just go to any of the NPCs scattered about the island and interact with them. You will have the option to give them a card. When you do this, the NPC will say a line in front of you. Each one is different, so select the card you want to give carefully.
Big Chughus says: “AW CHUGGUS LOVE IS ABOUT SLURPP AS THIS VALENTINE ALMOST.”
Bunker Jones says: “This secret card- what does it mean ?! What does it mean !?”
Grimbles the GNOME states: “We GNOME have heard of Valentin. They are on us ?!
On completing the challenge you read, you will see a notification: “Score! And hearts go wild! Good work!”
This in turn helps Lovely and gives you 20,000 XP. Very easy.
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