Visit a solar array in the snow, desert and the jungle is a weekly challenge in Fortnite Battle Royale. If you want to complete it, you’ll have to find the three solar farms mentioned in the description – one in each biome. They’re pretty big, visible from the air even, but you still might miss them. If that’s the case, keep reading our Fortnite visit solar array in snow, desert & jungle guide, and we’ll help you through it.
Solar array locations
The one in the snow is in the western part of the biome, on the edge of the map. You’ll find it at the Frosty Flights airport, directly south from the hangars. Seems like an odd place for solar panels, what with the snow falling and the constant need for cleaning. Plus, they’re facing east, which is just wasteful.
The next farm is in the desert. You’ll find it east of Paradise Palms, on the hill between the city and John Wick’s house. These are also facing east, which makes me think someone at Epic forgot to do their research.
The last array is the one in the jungle. It’s in the northern part of the map, north from the volcano and east from the hot springs. Again, facing east. Maybe they have one of those fancy sun-tracking systems, where the panels slowly turn to always face the sun?
Since you only have to get to the location, it’s a pretty easy challenge all in all. There are chests at some of them, so there’s no doubt people will try to grief players looking to complete the task. As always, if you experience any difficulties, just let it simmer for a couple of days and visit them once the rush is over.