How to Find Supply Llamas in Fortnite

Where to find the paper llamas hidden around the Fortnite: Battle Royale map.

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The challenges in Fortnite: Battle Royale ask players to do some incredible feats, be it killing players with certain weapons or in specific locations, though sometimes it asks them to do odd things, like find supply llamas. These llamas are exceptionally difficult to find during a game of Fortnite, but find one and it will be worth your time.

How to Find Supply Llamas

Llamas originally started in the Save the World PVE mode, but ever since Epic Games did an epic pivot and launched Fortnite: Battle Royale, the papery-animals have slowly made their way into the PVP portion of the game. Supply llamas are an extremely valuable source of materials, weapons, ammo, and resources, so finding one in the wild is a major achievement.

With the launch of Season 5, the Battle Pass asks players to locate a supply llama during a match, a task made even more challenging by the fact that all players will be looking for one. Unfortunately, there are no set locations of where to find supply llamas or any way to know where they will spawn. Players should take comfort in knowing that, despite supply llamas having random spawn locations, there are actually three llamas per match – better than one, right?

The only way to find a supply llama during a match of Fortnite: Battle Royale is to walk around and look for it or look for one as you’re diving to the drop point. This means that the weekly challenge of finding a supply llama and searching it (an important part of the challenge) might take a while.

In the meantime, focus on leveling up fast in Fortnite, so that you can at least unlock some of the awesome new emotes and skins. If for some reason you’ve yet to get the Battle Pass, learn how to get more V-bucks by simply playing Fortnite!

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