The new Fortnitemares 2020 update is here, and we are finally able to take to the skies and ride a witch's broom. But where exactly do you find these strange items and how do you use them?
With Patch 14.40 we finally got the long-awaited Fortnitemares update in Fortnite. So, from October 21 to November 3 we can face the scary nightmares, fight against Midas' shadows, or send the living players to the afterlife at his side. Plus, there are some scary challenges that you can use to earn cool rewards!
In one of the published challenges, you have to cover 100 meters with a witch broom. Yes, you have read that correctly. You can now even fly on a broom in Fortnite! Where do you actually find them and how do you use them?
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Witch Broom Locations
No desire for boring house cleaning? No worries, with this item you can do something completely different in Fortnite.
Fortnite goes Salem because now you can become a witch yourself You can find the witch brooms at the following locations:
The witch brooms stand in a barrel in front of the witch huts, which have been released with the new update. They look like the barrels, in which otherwise the fishing rods are located. Destroy the barrel and you can pick up a broom. These have the rarity level mythical.
How to Use a Witch Broom?
As soon as you activate a broom, it shoots you upwards. Then you float in the air until you slowly sink to the ground again. The flight is comparable to a glider. Once you land, the witch broom has a cooldown of 20 seconds before you can use it again.
Cover 100 Meters on a Witch Broom
Now for the challenge that will give you 40,000 XP after completion. The trick to completing this task at once is to find a very high point on the map where you use the broom. As you lose altitude constantly while flying, it will be difficult to cover 100 continuous meters.
However, if you don't find a high point, don't worry. It is not necessary to cover the 100 meters at once. Just be careful of the shadows and other enemies who are after you.
Original article by EarlyGame's Alisa Eiber.