Pumpkin Launcher Fortnite - Where to Find Pumpkin Launcher

Figuring out how to get the Pumpkin Launcher in Fortnite is necessary to complete one of the Fortnitemares quests. In other words, if you want to complete all the challenges and unlock all the rewards, you’re gonna have to get your hands on a Pumpkin Launcher and eliminate at least one other player with it. Unfortunately, this weapon doesn’t exactly grow on trees. That’s why we’ve put together our Pumpkin Launcher Fortnite – Where to Find Pumpkin Launcher guide to help you out.

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Pumpkin Launcher Fortnite – Where to Find Pumpkin Launcher

How to Get Pumpkin Launcher in Fortnite

To find and get the Fortnite Pumpkin Launcher, there are several things you can do. The first one is to find them as floor loot and by opening chests, just like any other weapon. They tend to spawn more often than regular rocket launchers, but it’s still matter of random chance of whether you’ll get a Pumpkin Launcher this way. Another thing that you can do is to make a beeline for the Sideways anomaly, wherever it may be in your match. That’s the circle that’s purple on the edges and yellow on the inside. Once you’re in there, open every single chest that you can lay your hands on. They tend to drop rarer loot, so your odds of actually getting the launcher you want from them is much higher (but still not 100%).

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Last, but not least, to get a Pumpkin Launcher in Fortnite, you find an NPC that sells it. In fact, there seem to be two of them that you can purchase the launcher from. The first one is the Mummy. You’ll find it close to the Hey Boo Halloween store in the southwest of Holly Hedges. The second one is Graven, who is next to the fire in the center of a small “village” east of The Convergence. Both of them sell the Pumpkin Launcher, but I do have to mention that it’ll cost you 600 Gold Bars. So, if you buy one, be sure to make it count. Find a heavily populated area like Pleasant Park or Lazy Lake or whatever, eliminate one player with the launcher, and you’re good to go.

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