With the latest set of Fortnite Challenges for Season 6 Week 10, you’ll probably have an easy time blasting through most of them. However, one that can cause some problems is destroying an opponent’s structure while operating a modified vehicle. There are a few moving parts with this one, so you’ll want to do everything you can to prepare for it. It may not seem that difficult on paper, but there are a few things that have to go right for it to work.
In this guide, we’ll show you everything you need to know about destroying an opponent’s structure while driving a modified vehicle Fortnite.
How to Modify Your Vehicle
This challenge is a recall from week 5 of this season. We’ve covered how to customize your vehicle in that guide, but the short version is that you need to find tires on the map. Using the map above (thanks, Fortnite.gg), you’ll see tons of locations with tires that you can use to upgrade your vehicles. While there are many areas where you can do this, we recommend visiting one near a high-traffic area so you can prepare for the next step.
The areas around Retail Row, for example, are great as there are a few spots nearby that are frequently visited. You will find a tire that you can pick up or a stack of tires that can be destroyed. Either way, you have to pick up the tire and throw it at the desired vehicle to upgrade it. This gives your vehicle great tires, lifting it even higher off the ground.
How to destroy an opponent’s structure while driving a modified vehicle
So once you buy a modified vehicle you will have to drive around looking for enemy built structures. This is difficult as it is usually unclear whether these structures were built by enemies or teammates. The most effective way to do this is to keep driving your vehicle as you drive through any structure you see. With a bit of luck, you’ll encounter an enemy’s structure and take credit for the challenge.
Alternatively, if you make it through to the later parts of a match, you will almost certainly run into an enemy who will build for themselves for protection. When this happens, ram into the structure they built to get credit. You can try this in Battle Royale or Team Rumble. Both have pros and cons, but we’ve found it’s easier to finish in Battle Royale because there are more enemies in a given match. This means there is a greater chance of finding their structures nearby, but it also means more chances of getting taken out.
Either way, break one structure and you’ll earn 24,000 XP.