Fortnite fans rushed to do the quests for Snowmando, the face of the Operation Snowfall event. The event started with the first snowfall on the Fortnite map and is coming with some very nice seasonal rewards..
Each quest offers a skin, backpack, or weapon skin that will likely not be able to be picked up again until next year. Seasonal cosmetics tend to be recoverable again after a year after their original release, however. Old skins based on holiday themes return to the in-game store as the Operation Snowfall event progresses.
Even though the event started off with quite a few quests, each week adds a new quest to the list. The final challenge in Operation Snowfall requires players to find and hide in a Stealth Snowmaker in three different matches, meaning it will take you a little longer than usual to complete this quest..
How to hide inside a stealth snowmaker in different matches on Fortnite Operation Snowfall?
Fortnite's map is filled with fantastic places to hide and climb to the top of the leaderboards, but you'll need to start looting as soon as you land to find a Stealthy Snowman.
Stealth Snowmakers are similar to Creepin Cardboards that players might recognize from older seasons. The item often arrives from chests and can also be found on the ground as a normal item..
While there is no information on where they are more widely available, our runs have shown that they would likely have a higher spawn rate towards snowy areas of the map. Once you find a Stealth Snowmaker, you will only need to use it to put it on the ground and jump into it to start hiding.
You'll need to do this in three different matches, so it might be a good idea to land where you find your first Sneaky Snowman each time. If you want to surprise an enemy with your new disguise, don't forget to crouch as you will be visible if you stay standing.