Fortnite is packed full of challenges that enable players to tier up in the Battle Pass and unlock new rewards, including cosmetics and V-Bucks. These challenges range from simple to surprisingly difficult, though most of the difficulty is due to the risk of being eliminated by another player while performing the challenge. One such tricky challenge requires the player to move 100m while dancing, but there’s a simple solution to the task.
One Fortnite Chapter 2 challenge requires the player to move the distance of 100 meters while dancing. This doesn’t have to be done all at once — the player may get lucky and find an open area of land where they can dance, but more often than not, you’ll have to finish this challenge one small dance at a time.
That means having to play several matches (or more) in order to rack up the full 100 meters. That is, unless you find a zip line. As recently highlighted on the FortniteBR subreddit, players can complete this challenge quickly by jumping on a zipline and then triggering a dance emote as they ride the line.
The player can reverse the trip across the zip line right as they near the end, then start dancing again, earning them twice the distance while dancing — all in a matter of seconds.
Of course, you’ll need to do this in a remote location that doesn’t have many players. Epic made zip lines more scarce in the new battle royale island due to the large bodies of water and the simplicity with which one can swim through them. The best odds of finding a lonely zip line where you won’t be bothered are likely down in the southern mountains or up in the normal hills near the power plant.