‘Fortnite’ Fortbyte #12 Location: Accessible By Using The Nana Nana Spray Inside A Molten Tunnel

Up to the jungle for today’s Fortbyte in Fortnite: Battle Royale. It’s another one of those spray/emote-style challenges, the main purpose seems to be to make sure we’re both moving up through the battle pass and making use of what we find along the way. I don’t think I’ve ever really used sprays in this game outside of these challenges, actually, so it’s not a bad way to push me towards the emote system in a way I wouldn’t necessarily have done otherwise. You’ll need to get all the way up to Battle Pass Tier 57 for this one, so you may want to make use of some of the new challenges to get yourself up there. Read on for a map, guide and location for where to find Fortbyte 12: Accessible by using the nana nana spray inside a molten tunnel.

The molten tunnel, as you might guess, has to do with the giant flow of lava coming out of Pressure Plant up inside the busted volcano. You’re going to want to essentially follow the fire to its terminus, down inside the old highway underpass. Here’s where you’re landing:

It’s a little tough to get inside the tunnel due to all the lava, but you can actually traverse it while taking minimal damage: it will just sort of bounce you down towards the end of the tunnel where the Fortbyte can be found on the right side. Head back there and use your spray anywhere in the general vicinity of the Fortbyte, which I believe the game now autoequips for you. Here’s what it looks like on the ground:


It’s a fairly uninteresting spray, all things told, but like so many of the battle pass cosmetics it allows us to meditate on the death of Peely, our dear departed friend that met some non-specific but clearly unsettling end there in the bunker. I did this challenge as Vega, but it might be better to do it as Bunker Jonesy, spraying the world around him in memory of his friend.

Wer’e moving through the Fortbytes now, and it won’t be long until we can see the Utopia Skin. That recently leaked, but I feel like there’s a lot more than meets the eye than what we’ve seen so far.