Fortnite Gas Stations Location – Where To Blow Up Gas Pumps (Chapter 2 Challenge)

Fortnite Gas Stations Location – Where To Blow Up Gas Pumps (Chapter 2 Challenge)

Fortnite’s Week 4 batch of Chapter 2 challenges are now live on PS4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices. This week’s challenges include one similar to a Season 10 gas station mission Spray and Pray, but instead of vandalizing gas pumps, you’ll be exploding them. The challenge has you “deal any damage to opponents by shooting exploding gas pumps.” If you’re not sure exactly where to look, we’ve put together a handy guide to help.Where Are The Gas Station Locations?There were eight gas stations scattered throughout the island in the previous challenge, but now the entire island has been swallowed into a black hole and made an entirely new play area. So where can you find the gas stations now?The new map has only six gas pumps, and most of them are located in the northern side of the map. One is smack in the middle of Pleasant Park and another is in Salty Springs, but the others are scattered about in-between key points-of-interest. One gas pump is to the west of Holly Hedges, and there are three pumps to the northwest, south, and east of Frenzy Farm, respectively.How To Complete The ChallengeFind a gas pump and an enemy, and then blow up the pump to deal explosive damage. Any amount of damage will do, so even if they just catch the tiniest splash damage, you’ll get credit for the challenge. However, in our experience it’s pretty tough to just organically blow up a gas pump with an enemy nearby. Your best bet is to play in Duos or Squads and then down an enemy, pick them up and toss them near the gas pump. Then you can blow them up to complete the challenge. Fortunately, unlike some challenges, you only have to do this once. After you’ve exploded a gas pump on some poor soul, you’ll earn 10 Battle Stars for completing the challenge. Be sure to also check out our full Fortnite Chapter 2 Challenge Guide for more details on grabbing earning progress toward your Battle Pass. Fortnite News Fortnite Locations: Where Are Boat Launch, Coral Cove, And Flopper Pond (Challenge Guide) Fortnite Hidden "R" Location: Where To Search Letter R In Forged In Slurp Loading Screen Fortnite Dance Locations: Where To Dance For Forged In Slurp Challenge Fortnite "O" Location: Where To Find Letter O In Open Water Loading Screen Fortnite "F" Location: Where To…
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A Battlefield 5 Year 2 Edition Is Now Available To Buy On PC, PS4, And Xbox One

A Battlefield 5 Year 2 Edition Is Now Available To Buy On PC, PS4, And Xbox One

A new version of Battlefield V is available to buy digitally on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One today, October 31. Titled Battlefield V Year 2 Edition, it arrives just as Battlefield V’s big Pacific Theater update, War in the Pacific, kicks off.The Year 2 Edition comes with the base game, allowing you to play Battlefield V’s hectic multiplayer and its single-player War Stories, as well as a host of year one content from the game’s Tides of War chapters. This includes 17 primary weapons like the Boys AT Rifle and MAB 38, four vehicles such as the Archer tank destroyer, and customisation options that comprise two Epic soldier outfits, 10 weapon skins, and four vehicle skins.The Xbox One store also lists a Year 1 Catchup Pack for those who already own Battlefield V and want access to the year one content they didn’t have a chance to unlock, but it’s currently not available to purchase. If you skipped Battlefield V’s first year, this is a great way to jump in and gain access to all of the content you missed out on.As a result of Battlefield V Year 2 Edition’s release, the Deluxe Edition and Deluxe Edition upgrade will no longer be available to purchase.With War in the Pacific in full swing and update 5.0 implementing dozens of gameplay changes and bug fixes, now’s an ideal time to revisit Battlefield V or hop in for the very first time.In GameSpot’s Battlefield V review, Michael Higham wrote, “Conquest and the map roster don’t mesh well together, however, Grand Operations–and the other modes within it–steal the show and foster some of the greatest moments the franchise has offered. You might be surprised by the impact of the slight changes made for this entry, especially when you’re deep into pushing or defending objectives in Frontlines alongside teammates fulfilling their roles. That’s when Battlefield V is at its best.” Battlefield V New Battlefield Game Coming To Next-Gen Consoles Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, More EA Games Coming To Steam Battlefield 5's Next Free Expansion Brings Back Iconic Pacific Maps Battlefield 5 – War In The Pacific Trailer This PS4 Store Sale Discounts The Best Games Of Recent Years This Xbox One, Madden 20, and 4K TV Bundle Features A $130 Discount Battlefield 5 Adding New Free Map Tomorrow Battlefield 5 Pacific Theater Announcement | EA Play 2019 Battlefield 5 Full E3 2019 Presentation…
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Netflix: Everything Leaving in November

Netflix: Everything Leaving in November

Netflix’s official “Last Call” list for November is out, revealing all the movies and TV shows that will be leaving the site. And just in case you missed it, we also have a list of everything new to Netflix in November right here. Some of the notable film departures include the Oscar-winning Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, Zack Snyder’s action-packed Spartan epic 300, and Pixar’s heartwarming animated film Coco, which will not be available on Disney+ when it launches on November 12 (click here to find out everything coming to Disney+). Continue reading…
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Game Of Thrones Creator George RR Martin Talks About The Spin-Off Situation

Game Of Thrones Creator George RR Martin Talks About The Spin-Off Situation

There were two big announcements for Game of Thrones fans this week. The news that HBO was not moving forward with the Naomi Watts-starring prequel show was quickly followed by the announcement of a full series order for another spin-off, titled House of the Dragon. Now George RR Martin, who wrote the novels that the franchise is based on, has commented on the situation.Martin wrote on his blog about the HBO’s decision not to take the first prequel to series, and had much praise for showrunner Jame Goldman. “It goes without saying that I was saddened to hear the show would not be going to series,” he said. “Jane Goldman is a terrific screenwriter, and I enjoyed brainstorming with her. I do not know why HBO decided not to go to series on this one, but I do not think it had to do with House of the Dragon. If television has room enough for multiple CSIs and Chicago shows… well, Westeros and Essos are a lot bigger, with thousands of years of history and enough tales and legends and characters for a dozen shows.”Heartbreaking as it is to work for years on a pilot, to pour your blood and sweat and tears into it, and have it come to nought, it’s not at all uncommon. I’ve been there myself, more than once. I know Jane and her team are feeling the disappointment just now, and they have all my sympathy.”Nevertheless, Martin was clearly excited about House of the Dragon, which is based on his 2018 book Fire & Blood. He revealed that he first pitched the idea for the show to HBO back in 2016 and stated that as as well as reading Fire & Blood, fans should check out Dangerous Women and Rogues, two multi-author anthologies he edited with Gardner Dozois.Martin also had much praise for House of the Dragon’s showrunners Ryan Condal and Miguel Sapochnik and said that while the filming locations for the show had not yet been decided, he expected that it would return to some of the places used throughout the eight years of Game of Thrones. As for whether he would be working on the show itself, Martin stated that while he would “love to write an episode,” he wouldn’t get involved until he finished his long-promised next novel, Winds of Winter.Game of Thrones wrapped up its eight-season run back in May. Since…
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Terminator Dark Fate – The Cast and Director On Working With James Cameron

Terminator Dark Fate – The Cast and Director On Working With James Cameron

Director Tim Miller, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, and the rest of the cast of Terminator Dark Fate talk about James Cameron’s return to the Terminator franchise and what it’s like to work with him.
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Terminator Dark Fate – The Cast On Working With Arnold and Linda

Terminator Dark Fate – The Cast On Working With Arnold and Linda

Terminator Dark Fate stars Gabriel Luna, Mackenzie Davis, and Natalia Reyes tell GameSpot what it was like to work with legends Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton.
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