Week 6 of Fortnite‘s Season 5 is well underway, and people are now managing to complete all of its challenges. Like past weeks, completing all of the Week 6 challenges will not only help players make serious progress on their Battle Pass, but it will also unlock a special Road Trip loading screen that offers a clue as to where to find a hidden battle star.
The Season 5 Week 6 loading screen in Fortnite depicts various characters from the game hanging out at a drive-in movie theater. This should tip players off that the battle star can be found at the drive-in theater that’s actually located in-game, which can be found at Risky Reels.
Upon arriving at Risky Reels, simply check the bed of the red truck that’s parked directly in front of the screen. This is actually one of the easiest hidden battle stars to find, as it’s in a pretty well-known location in the game. Of course, before players can even think about collecting it, they will have to complete all the challenges from the the first six weeks of Season 5 first.
Anyone still having trouble finding the battle star should check out this video guide put together by YouTuber Tabor Hill:
Going to and collecting the hidden battle star for Season 5 Week 6 of Fortnite isn’t too hard, but unlocking the ability to collect it at all is what players may have trouble with. After all, they will have to complete every challenge for all previous weeks if they want access to it, and that’s no easy feat, even for skilled players.
Some of the tougher challenges include getting sniper rifle kills and dealing sniper damage, if only due to the general rarity of sniper rifles compared to other weapons in the game. Luckily, the Sniper Shootout limited-time mode is live in Fortnite again, and should make completing the sniper-related challenges much easier.
Players may also have difficulty completing the timed trials, especially with misinformation that the trials take place at the racetrack to the northeast of Paradise Palms. The timed trials are actually building challenges that require players to collect a certain number of clocks within a time limit, while also having to worry about incoming enemy fire and running out of building materials before the time limit expires.
Fortnite is out now in early access for iOS, Android, PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One.