This Fortnite guide shows players how to raid an artifact from Stealthy Stronghold and Coral Castle, one of Season 6’s final quests.
Fortnite‘s Week 12 of Season 6 will be arriving in just a few days. The final week of the current season, Week 12 has players completing a wide variety of tasks associated with the season’s unique gameplay elements, like crafting, hunting, and taming. However, one challenge is piquing the interest of Fortnite fans everywhere – raiding an artifact from Stealthy Stronghold and from Coral Castle.
Epic Games’ enduringly popular free-to-play title is wrapping up its current “Primal” season. In addition to introducing several new game mechanics, Fortnite has continued its trend of regular high-profile crossovers. Season 6 has seen the likes of DC’s Batman receive his own Fortnite crossover comic with Teen Titans characters in tow, as well as an extensive NBA collaboration. The most recent reveal comes in the form of Mistborn‘s Kelsier, hailing from author Brandon Sanderson’s popular novel series.
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How to Raid An Artifact From Stealthy Stronghold in Fortnite
Set to launch on June 3, players will need to wait a bit before they can raid artifacts as part of the last batch of quest challenges. However, as discovered by one YouTuber, the artifacts in question may already be present on the island. According to the video, the artifact in Stealthy Stronghold can be found within the major ruins structure toward the southeastern corner of the area. Head to the room next to the stairs to find an indigenous-looking totem artifact that looks like something nearby NPC Lara Croft would’ve raided herself. Once that’s been found, head north to the adjacent building, where another artifact can be located.
How to Raid An Artifact From Coral Castle in Fortnite
The other artifacts players will need to track down are located in the region of Coral Castle. The first quest item’s location will be in the southernmost building of the area, found at the bottom level of the structure. Once the rotund artifact is acquired, head north to the bottom floor of the “main” Coral Castle structure. In the pool of water in the center, another artifact can be found sitting at the bottom. It’s assumed that once the Week 12 quests go live, players can simply hit the interact button to grab the artifacts and complete the challenge.
Fans online have begun speculating if the artifacts could hold greater significance beyond just another weekly quest. Players are wondering if these new artifacts, along with the one taken from Glyph Master Raz a few weeks ago will play a role in some capacity of furthering Fortnite‘s narrative. Currently, there are the Foreshadowing Quests, which provide insight for what to expect with Season 7, but fans are theorizing that the ancient artifacts could be secretly significant in some fashion. Either way, all should be known at the end of next week.
Speaking of the new season, Epic has been doing some rather unorthodox marketing. Gamers are being left confused after receiving mysterious Fortnite postcards in the mail, without any rhyme or reason as to why the specific recipients were chosen. While it could be overzealous dot-connecting and truly random, as could be the case with the artifact theory, the all-but-confirmed Season 7 theme of aliens and outer space does go hand-in-hand with conspiracies.
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