Fortnite Indoor Soccer Pitch: Overtime Map Location Revealed
Do you like Fortnite? Do you like football (or soccer if you're that way inclined)? If you answered yes to any of those questions, then you'll be happy to hear that an Overtime map location has been revealed and it's a goal scoring challenge in an indoor football pitch.
With Season 10 set to begin on August 1, Fortnite developer Epic Games has released the final set of Overtime challenges. This will give players the chance to complete additional challenges to max out the Season 9 Battle Pass.
Just in case you're a noob, levelling up your Battle Pass is the way you unlock all of the skins, emotes and items available for the season. By participating in the Overtime challenges, you can get yourself some nifty challenge rewards including new variants for existing skins. This time, you can also unlock a number of loading screens, including one to celebrate the weekend's World Cup event.
The challenges will include reaching various Battle Pass tiers, reviving friends (if you have any), visiting points of interest and hurting your opponents. One of the last challenges is to score a goal in an indoor football pitch.
Epic games have kindly released the location of the pitch. You'll be able to find it north of Polar Peak and west of Neo Tilted. Here are the rest of the Fortnite Overtime challenges:
Stage One: Reach Battle Pass Tier 23 (1) - Stage Two: Complete free Overtime challenges (3)
• Stage One: Reach Battle Pass Tier 71 (1) - Stage Two: Complete free Overtime challenges (6)
• Stage One: Reach Battle Pass Tier 87 (1) - Stage Two: Complete free Overtime challenges (9)
• Work together with friends to get eliminations (25)
• Damage opponents with shotguns (2,500)
• Visit Loot Lake, Polar Peak and Pressure Plant (1)
• Revive a friend in different matches (3)
• Damage opponents with Assault Rifles (2,500)
• Dance inside a holographic Durr Burger head (1)
• Place top 15 in Duos or Squads with a friend (5)
• Deal damage with SMGs to opponents (2,500)
• Score a goal on an indoor soccer pitch (1)
A 16-year-old American recently walked away with a nice USD$3 million (AUD$4.3 million/£2.4 million) cheque for winning the Fortnite World Cup. It's the largest prize in eSports history and the competitors from the different categories shared in a USD$30 million (AUD$43 million/£24 million) pool.
"All I want is a new desk and maybe a desk for my trophy," Kyle said after his win.
"I'm just so happy. Everything I've done, the grind, it's all paid off. It's just insane."
His mum told ESPN: "I literally feel like I'm in a dream right now. It's so surreal...This is life-changing for him.
"He's been playing video games since he was three, so this is his passion. He told us he could do this, he put his mind to it and he did it."
So there you go kids, when your mum tells you to stop playing computer games and play outside, just tell her you're training for the World Cup.
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