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Fortnite Season 9 Week 1 Secret Battle Star Location

Where to find the secret Battle Star… where? Well, worry not because we’re here to offer our humble contribution to help. Now that Season 9 kicked off, we’re here to provide our knowledge and decipher the secret Battle Star for Week 1 of Season 9. Trust me, it’s easy to find it.

Fortnite keeps its tradition and Season 9 will also be containing the very same pattern of acquiring free Battle Pass tiers. In this case, not so free as it sounds, as players need to complete a series of challenges in order to unlock the hidden Battle Star.

It is expected to also swap its form, so the next week would become a secret Banner, which is not as rewarding as the Battle Star. Now that we have Week 1 challenges available, discovering the Secret Battle Star could be followed by the loading screen for that particular week. Now that we have the loading screen opened, the location of the Battle Star is given within a hint on the minigun (check image below).

The weapon below discovers the GRID of the Secret Battle Star, which means we’ll need a couple more steps to designate its precise location. More precisely, the location is between Lonely Lodge and the Race Track above Paradise Palms. For more precise info, check the image below:

For even more precise location of the secret Battle Star, check the image below:

We hope that this will help you find the Secret Battle Star a lot easier. The acquirer will be granted with a free Battle Pass Tier after the end of the match, being ready for whatever’s about to come throughout the next week.

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