Fortnite is a game about shooting (and building), but it’s not just people you can shoot at. Additionally, you can also hunt down some wildlife. They’re incredibly versatile. You can ride some so you can reach different areas fast or quickly speed out of trouble. Some are tameable, too, so they’ll aid you in battle. They also offer you a means to regain health if you hunt them. Plus, a recent Fortnite Chapter 3: Season 4 quest inquires you to hunt different kinds of wildlife, so it pays to know all their locations. With our guide, you’ll find what you need in no time.
Different Kinds of Wildlife and Their Locations to Hunt in Fortnite
In Fortnite, you can find wildlife on the map. Some are on land, others in the water, and some are even in the sky. Thanks to the addition of chrome in Fortnite Chapter 3: Season 4, your quest will lead you to some shinier wildlife. They don’t drop anything different, though. It’s merely a cosmetic change.
Here are the different kinds of wildlife you can currently find in this season:
- Loot Sharks
- Supply Llamas
The wildlife in Fortnite is completely unique, so if you want to hunt them, it helps to learn how they function. In the following sections, we’ll break down each of the wildlife, how to hunt them, and where you can locate them.
Land-Based Wildlife Locations and H0w to Hunt in Fortnite
Location: Around the countryside of Lustrous Lagoon.
Wolves roam in packs much of the time, and they can quickly become a mob. So, take care not to find yourself overwhelmed, and don’t stop firing until they’re down. You’ll hear them via their distinctive howling.
Location: Rave Cave, Chonker’s Speedway, and Shifty Shafts (in pens).
Boars make a snorting sound, so if you’re in the wild hunting them, you can hear them before you see them. They’ll actively attack the player as well, so come prepared.
Location: Ponds and shallow riverbeds.
Don’t let the low HP fool you. Frogs are one of the most difficult wildlife to hunt in Fortnite, even once you find their location. This is because they’re so tiny. So, don’t waste ammo. Simply toss some grenades to get the job done.
Location: Around farm areas near Cloudy Condo, Sleepy Sound, and Coney Crossroads.
Chickens tend to run when they see you, so the only issue you’ll have is catching up to them. They travel in packs more often than not, though. This way, it isn’t too complicated to get one.
Good luck with this hunt. With their random spawn, you’re lucky to track one down. Supply Llamas don’t attack, though. Instead, they run off. Simply shoot them up until they explode.
Water and Sky-Based Wildlife Location and How to Hunt in Fortnite
Location: Island coast and Loot Lake.
One of the deadliest wildlife to hunt, do this at your own risk. Preferably, you’ll want to tackle this foe in a group, as it’ll take a lot to bring them down for the Fortnite Chapter 3: Season 4 quest.
Location: In the sky …
Like frogs, crows are not fun wildlife to hunt for this Fortnite quest. They don’t have an exact spawn location. All you can do is find a high spot and keep an eye on the sky. The best thing about them is that once you do spot one, they only take a shot or two to put down.
Fortnite is available on PC, PS5, and PS4 consoles, Xbox One and Series consoles, Nintendo Switch, and Android.