The locations of the Hidden Bunker in Fortnite are set in a triangle formation on the north, east, and west corners of the map.
The Hidden Bunker is a secret underground cavity that players need to get into in order to complete one of the latest challenges. The entrances have existed for a bit, however, they've rarely been relevant to tasks issued by Epic Games. Fortunately, players only need to find and use one of the entrances to check it off of their to-do list.
Here's where the Hidden Bunkers are in Fortnite.
Where is the Hidden Bunker in Fortnite
The Hidden Bunker is essentially a cellar installed in various locations on the map, including beneath some bushes and on the seafloor. Players should be able to pick it out from the sand, coral, and foliage surrounding it, as it bears a distinctly inorganic aesthetic. It is a ribbed door with a handle that is made entirely out of silvery-blue metal.
There are three places the Hidden Bunker can be accessed from—all bearing the same cellar door-like appearance.
1. Off the Southern Coast of Holly Hedges
This is the one lying on the ocean floor, making it difficult to see an access. According to most players, this is the most challenging entrance to find, considering Fortnite avatars don't exactly excel at underwater gymnastics like they do at airborne gliding.
2. The Southeast Coast of the Island between Stealthy Stronghold and Craggy Cliffs
Once on the island, keep along the southeast-most coastline and look for a little house with wooden palettes and other random items. Break them open to reveal the entrance to the Hidden Bunker, just barely obscured from view.
3. Eastern Mountains of Retail Row
Players need to find a small campsite to the side of one of the tiny snow caps in the mountains heading northeast. They should find the camp near the edge of the cliffs which will lead to a slope bearing two trees and a bush at its end. Hit the bush with a pickaxe to reveal the entrance.