Season 5 of Fortnite is full of colorful characters. You have to talk to the three NPCs Beefboss, Recovery and Dummy as part of a quest to receive a Predator emoticon. So that you can get it done quickly, we show you all the locations on the map.
The jungle hunter missions offer you a series of quests related to the movie Predator. So you can find, among other things, the mysterious capsule with which the monster crashed on the Fortnite island. We have marked the location in our guide.
Talk to Beefboss, Recovery and Dummy – All locations on the map
The three NPCs Beefboss, Recovery and Dummy are easy to find, because all three are conveniently waiting for you in the immediate vicinity. You can find them in the area between Pleasant Park and Stealthy Stronghold. With a little luck, you can visit all three characters in just one match. Unfortunately, not all characters spawn in every match. So you may have to join several games until you have met all three NPCs.
Talk to Beefboss – location on the map
Beefboss is waiting for you at the Durrr Burger Food Truck, just east of Stealthy Stronhold.
Talk to recovery – location on map
A little further east is a single house on the top of a hill. There you can meet recovery.
Talk to Dummy – location on the map
Dummy stands a little south of the Durrr Burger Food Truck in front of a large rock.
Talk to Beefboss, Recovery and Dummy – You will receive this reward
Unfortunately there are no experience points for the conversations with Beefboss, Recovery and Dummy. Nevertheless, you will be rewarded with an emoticon as soon as you return to the main menu. This is the plasma cannon crosshair. Like all jungle hunter assignment rewards, this is a nod to the Predator film franchise from the 80s and 90s.
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