Fortnite: How to Dance on Camera at Sweaty Sands
Every week Fortnite gives players a big list of challenges to do unique things in the game and grab up XP, like the XP coin locations. One of the many challenges this week in Fortnite is to dance in front of the cameras at Sweaty Sands. So get ready to dance for an audience.
This Week’s Challenges
With a leak confirming that Black Manta is coming to Fortnite, players most likely have a sweet Superhero vs. Supervillain event to look forward to in the coming months. But until then, they can build up more XP for the season with these challenges.
In order to get as much XP as possible this week, players will have to complete all the challenges for Week 4. These include: Search Chests at Salty Springs, Eliminations at Holly Hedges, Collect Floating Rings at Pleasant Park, Complete a lap at Motorboat Mayhem, Land at Frenzy Farm and finish Top 25, Collect Metal from Rickety Rig, and Dance on camera for 10s at Sweaty Sands. Although the Floating Rings challenge is still broken for most players, they can still complete everything else, including dancing for the cameras.
Dancing for the Cameras
So how does a player dance in Fortnite? All dances show up as emotes, so players will have to open their emoting menu while in-game to choose a dance. A players’ emote menu button will change depending on which console or version of Fortnite that they are playing. All Fortnite players have at least one dance to start off with, but can purchase additional dances in the shop, or at least as long as Fortnite doesn’t get sued for any more dances.
Where to Dance
The challenge states that players have to dance for ten seconds for the cameras in Sweaty Sands. The easiest way to accomplish this is to go early in the game, dropping right into Sweaty Sands as soon as players get off of the bus. Look for the boardwalk in Sweaty Sands, which is the northern-most part of it. It’s very close to where the Travis Scott stage was set for those challenges back in April.
Once there, Fortnite players should check around them to ensure they won’t get shot while doing their ten-second dance. Ten seconds doesn’t sound like a lot of time until there are bullets flying around. Once a player is standing on the lighted dance floor in front of the cameras, choose any dance from the emote menu and dance until a pop up states that the challenge is complete.
Fortnite is available for Android, iOS, PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One.