14 Days of 'Fortnite' Challenge: Where, How To Dance Near 9 Holiday Trees

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The Fortnite trophy is displayed as gamers compete in the Epic Games Fortnite E3 Tournament at the Banc of California Stadium on June 12, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. Christian Petersen/Getty Images

The holidays are close to ending and people are slowly trying to get back to their lives in time for the new year, but “Fortnite” is keeping the festivities alive. The 14 Days of “Fortnite” challenge keeps introducing new objectives each day, and for the ninth day, players have been tasked with dancing near nine holiday trees.

This one is fairly self-explanatory, as holiday trees are easily identifiable and dancing is an integral part of the “Fortnite” experience. Players need to simply find the trees and execute a dance emote near them until the challenge ticks off.

That said, finding the trees themselves can be a bit of a challenge. Reddit user OhToyy put together a map of holiday trees, which can be found in nearly every segment of the map. Happy Hamlet, Dusty Divot, Lazy Links and Paradise Palms are examples of named locations with holiday trees in them.

If a map is not enough, YouTube user HarrisNinetyFour put together a quick video tutorial for the challenge. The video shows exactly where to find the trees and what to do in the span of just four minutes.

Lastly, it should be noted that any dance will work. Equip the floss dance, the Carlton or the Orange Justice and get those Battle Pass points.


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