Where to find the Hidden Gnomes for Fortnite Season 3 challenge
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A familiar challenge is back in Fortnite Chapter 2 – Season 3, and it has many players stumped. If you’re a longtime member of the Fortnite community, you might recognize this challenge, as it’s one of the oldest in the game. For week 1 of Season 3, one task presented to players is to find Gnomes at Homely Hills. There are three Gnomes in total, but they’re fairly small in size, so you won’t be able to see them from far away. Luckily, we happen to know where you can find all three to complete this challenge.

Finding Gnomes for Fortnite Season 3 Week 1

This challenge is as simple as it sounds. You can complete the task in multiple matches so long as you find three different Gnomes. Homely Hills is rather open but also features a bunch of houses for these Gnomes to hide around.

Obviously, your first step in completing this challenge is to hop into a standard Fortnite match. You should be able to stretch your landing to Homely Hills no matter the direction of the Battle Bus. However, if you can’t quite make it there, that just means that you won’t face much enemy presence.

The three Gnomes you’re looking for are located on the western side of Homely Hills. You can grab some loot to prepare yourself for any enemies or head straight to the Gnome locations. You can see below exactly where the three garden decorations are found.

Fortnite Gnomes Season 3 challenge

Starting from top to bottom, you can find the first Gnome in the attic of the northernmost house at Homely Hills. Next, head south towards the path intersection and find the Gnome next to a tree. The final garden decoration is in the backyard of the house in the southwest corner of Homely Hills. You’ll locate it facing the barbecue grill.

That’s all of the locations for this Fortnite Season 3 challenge! Be sure to stay tuned to Daily Esports for future guides.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.