As with many live service games, such as Destiny 2, Fortnite is currently in the midst of a limited-time special event called No Sweat Summer. From July 21 to August 9, Fortnite players can participate in several quests by becoming a member of the No Sweat Insurance street team. Questlines include corporate-themed tasks like sponsorship, marketing, and product recalls, while Epic has also added Rebuild Block Quests, where the community can donate Gold Bars. or to their favorite fan-made designs for how to (again) rebuild Tilted Towers.
Of course, the limited-time No Sweat Summer event offers plenty of opportunities to experience some of the new content and loot the game has recently added. This includes new skins for some original characters like new skins include Slayer Charlotte, Undercover Kor, and Swimming Pro Medley, as well as new back blings, gliders, emotes, and more.
Special quests are also constantly being added, ranging from racing boats southeast of the Daily Bugle, to dancing in certain locations, carrying signs, and other summer-themed activities. As part of the special quests related to marketing this week, Fortnite players are tasked with finding unique doorbells around the island and ringing them until they break. Here’s where to go.
For better or worse, there are only four locations that have doorbells that can be broken to fulfill the requirements of this quest: Greasy Grove, Coney Crossroads, Shell/High Water Landmark, and Puddle Pond landmark.
What Fortnite doesn’t tell players is that they don’t need to find or ring a bell in every location. In fact, only three need to be broken, although fans can certainly visit the same location in three games if they don’t want to try and find all three in one game. Unfortunately, if another player gets to a doorbell first and breaks it, it’s unavailable for the rest of the match, so it’s a first-come, first-served style mission.
Here are the specific location details:
- greasy grove – Greasy Grove is a main residential area on the map and as such has two doorbells that can be broken. The first is on a two-story blue house near the center of the area. The second house is in the northeast corner and is yellow in color.
- Coney Crossroads – Almost right in the middle of the map is the other residential area known as Coney Crossroads. There are two houses in the northeast part of town that have doorbells that can be broken.
- The Shell/High Water Landmark – Towards the northern part of the map northeast of Logjam Lumberyard, there is a doorbell at the main entrance to the white mansion of this monument.
- puddle pond landmark – A house can be found as a landmark by the small pond south of Coney Crossroads and the distance between Tilted Towers and Sanctuary.
How to break doorbells
With the hard part of the quest now complete, players will need to ring them until they break. Once in front of the bell, players simply need to interact with it using the reload button, which will then cause it to sparkle and smoke, indicating that it has been broken.
Unlike some other No Sweat Summer quests that award cosmetic gear, Fortnite players are rewarded with 15,000 XP once three have been broken.
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