How to Destroy and Collect Telescope Parts

Fortnite's next batch of Season Quests have arrived in Chapter 3, and some players might be looking for some guidance on a particular one. After receiving the next objective at Sanctuary or any Seven Outpost, Fortnite players will be tasked with destroying and then collecting three telescope parts in a single match. This guide will show players the optimal route to take so that this quest can be completed fast and easily.

To obtain the telescope quest, players should head to the Seven Outpost circled in red in the image below. The location is southeast of the Daily Bugle and is the largest island off the east coast of the main Battle Royale island map. After landing there, players should see the new quest in their menu. Luckily, there are two telescope parts nearby, so players can easily get 2/3 very quickly.

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Telescope Parts Locations in Fortnite Chapter 3

The first out of three nearby Telescope Parts is located on the north side of the Seven Outpost that was mentioned previously. It's the largest island on the east coast, and players should see the telescope part inside a building. As soon as they walk into the front door, the part will be on the ground. Players will need to attack the telescope part with their pickaxe and then pick it up using the interact button.

After that, head to the smaller island just south of the main island. There should be a speedboat near the dock on the water if players want to get there faster. Towards the west side of this tiny island, players will see the next telescope part lying against a building. Again, hit it with a harvesting tool and then collect it to continue the quest. Now, the third telescope part that's closest to players will be in the named location called Sanctuary, which is slightly south of the Daily Bugle and southeast of Coney Crossroads.

If players head to the northwestern section of Sanctuary, they will find the final telescope part outside of a building with a large opening in it. The image below will show players the exact location so they can quickly find it for themselves.

Once all of the telescope parts have been collected, Fortnite players will earn a whopping 25K XP towards the Battle Pass and can move on to some other quests. Of course, these are not the only locations where the telescope parts can be found, but this is probably the best route to find three in a single match. The parts can also be found near Chonker's Speedway, Greasy Grove, Camp Cuddle, Logjam Lumberyard, Coney Crossroads, and the Daily Bugle.

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