Fortnite Jigsaw Piece locations – where to search Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces under bridges and caves –

Fortnite Jigsaw Piece locations – where to search Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces under bridges and caves –

Searching for Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces at different caves and bridges is one of Fortnite’s many Weekly Challenges.

Completing it will give you additional XP to help go towards your many Season 8 rewards. Note you’ll need to be a Battle Pass holder in order to undertake this challenge.

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Fortnite Jigsaw Puzzle Piece locations

Though you only need to find a total over seven Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces, there are more to find across the map to make the search a little easier.

Here are 10 Jigsaw Puzzle Piece locations we’ve found so far – more than enough to complete the challenge:

Fortnite Jigsaw Puzzle Piece locations map

Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces, by virtue of them being hidden under bridges or caves, can’t always be spotted from the Battle Bus, so you’ll need to have specific places in mind and drop into the right areas to then search on foot.

Here’s a closer look at all the Puzzle Piece locations where we’ve found so far:

Bridge on the river south-east of Shifty Shafts, on the west-side near the rock steps:

Bridge on the river north-west of Lucky Landing, on the bank and next to the column on the west side underneath:


North side of the desert, on the west-side of the bridge next to the Pirate Camp:

South of the desert, under the bridge along the river:

Tilted Towers, in the underpass next to the clock tower to the south, with the piece hidden next to the parked truck:

In a cave east of Tilted Towers, just south of the waterfall, looking west:

South of the Block, in the umbrella-shaped hole in the ground, where there’s a cave on the south side to explore:

West of Happy Hamlet, in the “yet cave”, which is a hole in the ground surrounded by trees on the right of Quadrant B9. It’s next to the fridge inside:

Shifty Shafts, in the underground area. Enter from the east, go down the staircase and turn right, and it’s in an alcove there:

North-west of Fatal Fields, in the knife and fork-shaped hole in the ground, Quadrant F8. Specfically go to the handle of the fork and turn towards the knife – smash a wood-panel wall to find a little tunnel that joins the two, and it’s on the floor on the right:

It’s worth noting these locations will likely be pretty busy – particularly the areas where there are lots of other buildings nearby for players to loot as they go – so it might be better to just collect what you can while naturally playing and exploring, and dust off the final few later in the week.

The latest Fortnite Week 8 Challenges include

Fortnite Jigsaw Puzzle Piece locations, the Paradise Palm Treasure Map location, and how to Dial the Durr Burger and Pizza Pit number on big telephones.

There are also pirate camp locations and Fortnite Discovery Battle Star locations to find, too, the latter of which will help you unlock the Ruin skin.

How to search for Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces under bridges and in caves

For the Week 8 Challenges, you are tasked with the following:

  • Search Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces under bridges and in caves (7 total, 5 Battle Stars)

Back to this one though, and as the challenge suggests, mutliple Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces are dotted throughout the map.

They’re only found in two spots – under bridges or in caves. It’s also never quite clear with these challenges what exactly counts as a bridge or cave, but we’ve rounded up enough below for you to complete the challenge easily.

Here’s an example of a Jigsaw Puzzle Piece in the wild – listen out for the little noise they make if you’re struggling to spot them

Finding them is simple enough – simply head to anything that looks like a bridge or a cave and get searching, again with all the necessary specific spots listed below.

Once you are done, there are plenty of other Challenges to take on this week – including the task to Dial the Durr Burger number and Pizza Pit number on the big telephones and search the Treasure Map signpost and the X in Paradise Palms – so keep on playing!

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