Dance on Camera for 10 Seconds Fortnite: How to Complete

Dance on camera for 10 seconds is a new Fornite Chapter 2 Season 3 challenge that will require a player to continuously emote for 10 seconds.
Dance on camera for 10 seconds is a new Fornite Chapter 2 Season 3 challenge that will require a player to continuously emote for 10 seconds. / Photo courtesy of Epic Games

Dance on camera for 10 seconds is a new Fornite Chapter 2 Season 3 challenge that will require a player to continuously emote for 10 seconds.

Players receive new challenges each week and are relatively easy to complete for any player. These challenges bring out a different side of the game instead of being purely focused on winning. This week, Fortnite Season 3 requires players to collect blue rings, boat racing and dancing.

Dance on Camera for 10 Seconds Fortnite: How to Complete

Players can complete the new weekly Fortnite challenge by going to Sweaty Sands. Located at the north-western area of the map, the map has been very popular due to Aquaman's trident.

To complete the challenge, players will need to find the studio camera which is under a tent and a platform. This is located at the northern part of Sweat Sands, and should not be too difficult to find as it is also near water.

Players will need to step on the platform, infront of the camera and emote. Once the emote starts, the player will need to emote again for 10 continuous seconds. There are emotes that are never-ending such as the Infinite Dab or Bouncer.

The area is going to be extremely popular with Week 5 challenge players wanting to complete it quickly, whilst others will be there for Aquaman's trident. Be careful and aware of the surroundings as there may be a few players there to mess with player's 10 second emotes.

Aquaman's trident can be found before or after at a nearby location called Coral Cove. Players can unlock Aquaman missions by purchasing the Battle Pass.