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How to fly 20 yards with a chicken in Fortnite Chapter 2, Season 6

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How to fly 20 yards with a chicken in Fortnite Chapter 2, Season 6

Week three of Fortnite Chapter Two, Season Six has been here since tonight, offering new challenges for players. These challenges are essential for players looking to complete their battle pass as quickly as possible - and they're pretty fun, too..

One of this week's challenges requires players to fly a chicken for 20 meters. While it seems odd at first glance, the chickens behave like the orbs the Guardians of Speyer drop. Once you collect a chicken, you will be able to jump higher in the air, which is considered flying.

The hardest part of the quest is finding a chicken though, since wandering around the map randomly to find one is really not ideal..

Here's how to find and jump 20 yards with a chicken in Fortnite Chapter Two, Season Six .

How to fly 20 yards with a chicken in Fortnite Chapter 2, Season 6

Even though you can find chickens randomly all over the map, it looks like there's a fixed spawn location between Pleasant Park and the Blue Steel Bridge. The chicken walks between the two points of interest, close to the road..

Considering this area is filled with yellowish trees, seeing the chickens will be rather easy. Once you have spotted the chicken, you will need to approach it and catch it by interacting with it. Your character will lift the chicken into the air after interacting with it and you can jump higher.

These less gravity jumps will count as flying and you will need to do enough to accumulate a total of 20 meters. Alternatively, you can also build a ramp or find a higher place to jump from there with your chicken. You will start to hover once you jump from a certain area with a chicken in your hands, which will also count towards the quest.


Stay alert when you jump as you will be close to a rather populated area. If you see any enemies approaching, it might be a good idea to put your chicken down and deal with them first.


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