white scientist

Fortnite gamers know that the end is near for Season 10, and a big event involving the visitor and the rocket is expected to bring the close of the season soon. Before the end of the season, there is still time to get the secret white Scientist skin, but it takes some work.

To get the secret white Scientist skin, players need first to complete the Meteoric Rise challenges, which include:

Consume four different Glitched Foraged items
Destroy 10 structures with Junk Rifts
Eliminate 7 opponents in Rift Zones
Search 20 chests or ammo boxes in Rift Zones
Touch a glowing cube, enter the Rift above Loot Lake, and search a landing pod within a meteor three times
Visit three different Rift Zones in the same match

Once all of those tasks are complete, you’ll again access to the Scientist skin, and you’re halfway there. The next step is to find the six hidden visitor tapes around the game world. Word is they are always in the same place and are easy to find. According to Gamepur, the tapes are located in:

Floating Island in the trunk of a truck next to the house.
Gotham City outside the theater in the street
Greasy Grove inside the taco restaurant.
Moisty Palms on the roof of the tallest building
Starry Suburbs on the bed inside one of the buildings
Retail Row in the bookstore

After gathering all those, there is one more step before you can finally  have the white Scientist skin. For that final step, you need to spawn into the game wearing the Scientist outfit. Head to Dusty Depot and go to the warehouse with the rocket on top. Go inside to the console and interact with the button. After doing that, the black color on the Scientist skin should fade to white.

Season 10 ends October 13, so get a move on. In other Fortnite news, Epic was recently hit with a lawsuit that claims that the game is too addictive.

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