‘Fortnite’ Solar Array Locations: Where To Visit A Solar Array In The Snow

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‘Fortnite’ Solar Array Locations: Where To Visit A Solar Array In The Snow

Fortnite Season 9 is almost over—which is kind of crazy to think about.

We’re in the final stages of the future-themed season, and things are about to go down. Somewhere, the monster from Polar Peak is roaming about, plotting its next wave of destruction. A giant robot is being cobbled together at Pressure Plant, perhaps as some sort of anti-monster defense system.

Big things are afoot in Fortnite: Battle Royale, and some catastrophic season-ending event is likely just around the corner.

See all of Season 9, Week 9’s challenges here.

On top of all this, we’re almost done with the 14 Days Of Fortnite special event, with just a few days of challenges left before that wraps up.

This all means that there’s very little time left to complete as many Season 9 Battle Pass challenges as possible in order to level up to Tier 100 and the Vendetta skin.

That’s where Forbes Games come into the picture, with our weekly (and daily) Fortnite guides. We’re here to help. Which brings us to this week’s challenges.

One of Season 9, Week 9’s challenges this week is to visit various Solar Arrays across the map.

The first of these is the Solar Array in the Snow biome, which you can find down in Frosty Flights in the southwestern portion of the map:

Solar Array in the Snow location. CREDIT: EPIC / ERIK KAIN

Zooming in a bit, we can see the solar array is located right behind the hangars.

The solar array in the snow location. CREDIT: EPIC / ERIK KAIN

All you need to do is walk or fly up to it to complete the challenge, but I like to do a little dance just for fun. Feels more in keeping with the spirit of the game than to merely visit. Anybody can visit a place, but can you dance there?

With these solar arrays and the windmills near Pleasant Park, it appears much of the fictional Fortnite island is powered by renewable, green energy. There are still some industrial areas with smokestacks and so forth—think Flush Factory, or what’s left of it—but even the highly industrial Pressure Plant likely runs off of volcanic steam.

Now we just need a nuclear power plant on the map somewhere! Maybe in Season 10! They could do a special Chernobyl-themed crossover that way .

Source: Forbes.com

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