Fortnite is an online battle arena that offers massive multiplayer with three distinctive gameplay that Epic Games designed. Previously video game has released five successful seasons, and their sixth season is right across the corner. The new season is expected to introduce many unique features that will impress all players.
Chapter 2’s season six is also expected to impress the fans with survival games as it will feature the similarity to the genre’s mechanics. The exclusively released season allows players to craft, tame, and hunt the newly added unique creatures, primitive weapons, and mechanisms tangled to those animals.
The new battle pass is expected to have features that can reach up to about 100 tiers which also includes the skin of the tomb raider’s Laura Croft that is only available for the player with a premium membership.
How to investigate the Anomaly at Lazy Lake in Fortnite Chapter two, season six?
Anomaly at Lazy Lake is a very challenging quest in the weekly challenge. But, If the player is familiar with the maps and patterns of the game, they can complete challenges more efficiently. The player can locate the Anomaly of Lazy Lake in the house no two, situated in the northwest corner.
To find the Anomaly player has to travel to the basement of the house and discover the butterfly. Once the player finds the butterfly follow, and it will direct you toward the Anomaly. The butterfly will disappear once the player arrives at the Anomaly location. The player must find the wall in the secret place with the jewel and rouse communicating with the square table in the room’s center.
The player has to activate all four gems in a specific order to make them work. The jewels will instantly disappear if placed in the wrong order. The process might take some extended time, so the player has to be extra conscious while entering the hallway so they won’t get eliminated by the curious enemies. We will suggest interacting with the jewel to find the correct order so the challenge can be completed. The game will send out an alert, so the player knows when the challenge is ready or completed.