There’s a special “Mystery” Mission Bundle now available in Fortnite for Season 10 Battle Pass owners.
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This special set of challenges rewards battle stars and cosmetics, including a cool back bling and the surprise Scientist skin.
Completing all seven new challenges gets you the new skin, which is a pretty sweet version of the Visitor skin from way back in Season 4.
Meteoric Rise Credit: Epic Gamings
One of the challenges in the Meteoric Rise mission bundle tasks players with touching a giant glowing cube, entering the rift above Loot Lake and searching a landing pod in the meteor.
For the purposes of this post, we’ll look at where to find said landing pod.
In Season 10, a bunch of stuff has gone haywire all over the map. Rift Zones have popped up everywhere, bringing back old points of interest and Named Locations that were lost over the course of the past nine seasons.
Dusty Depot was the first to return, and hovering above it all season has been the meteor that, in the alternate timeline, destroyed the warehouses and created Dusty Divot.
Here it is on the map:
If you land here, you’ll find a small network of tunnels. In the middle of these tunnels is the landing pod (pictured above). Simply interact with it to solve this portion of the challenge.
If you want to kill two birds with one stone, another challenge this season is to first land at Dusty Depot, then make your way to the meteor. That’s a pretty long ramp to build, which can be tricky if enemies are shooting at you, but this way you can knock out two challenges at once.
Check out where to find the giant glowing cube here.
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Erik Kain writes a widely read and respected blog about video games, entertainment and culture at discoverhotmail.com. He is a Shorty Award-nominated journalist and critic whose work…Read More
Erik Kain writes a widely read and respected blog about video games, entertainment and culture at discoverhotmail.com. He is a Shorty Award-nominated journalist and critic whose work has appearedin The Atlantic, The National Review, Mother Jones, True/Slant and elsewhere. Kain co-founded the political commentary blog The League Of Ordinary Gentlemen, whose members have gone on to write at multiple major publications including The New York Times and Slate. He lives in Arizona with his family.