This snow solar array location is found in Frosty Flights in the south-west side of the map. Currently, it is running its 9 season and giving new challenges to its players to get as many advantages as possible.
Players can still enjoy the new 14 Days of Summer limited-time mode when completing these challenges.
Completing this challenge will reward players with five Battle Stars which can be used to rank up your Battle Pass, with anyone who completes any four of the seven challenges receiving a 9,000 XP bonus.
One of the challenges for Fortnite Season 9, Week 9 is to visit a solar array in the snow, desert and jungle.
One of the parts for the visit a solar array challenge is to visit the one in the snow. However, you don't have to worry in case you don't know where to go and find the array. As the name of the challenge suggests, you'll need to call in at the snow, desert, and jungle biomes in order to visit all of the solar arrays.
The week 9 challenges have been divided into three parts. Then, all you have to do is head towards it and *ta-da* you'll hear that satisfying Battle Star sound and it'll appear. You will need to complete these or you can simply go back to the main menu and prepare for the next challenge.
The solar array placed in the snow can be discovered in the right just next to the Frosty Flights.
A map showing the three locations of the solar arrays. If it's your first time however, you'll find it north-west of Sunny Steps and slightly east of the thermal pools.
The One in the Desert- It is located in between John Wick's house in the east of Paradise Palms. Just make sure you finish each game for your progress to count.
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