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Where to find books on explosions for Fortnite Week 12 Quest

For a major XP boost, here’s where to find books on explosions to complete Fortnite Season 7’s Legendary Quests and help you level up your Battle Pass.

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Fortnite players must search two books on explosions to complete Season 7, Week 12’s Legendary Quests, so here’s where to find them.

We’re now in the 12th week of Fortnite Season 7, which is offering players another pile of Quests to help earn a ton of XP. Alongside using Alien Nanites and finding payphones yet again, players must search for two books on explosions.

Here’s where to find these books on explosions in Steamy Stacks, Dirty Docks, and Catty Corner for Week 12’s Legendary Quests.

Where to find books on explosions for Fortnite Week 12 Quests

Fortnite book on explosions

Season 7 is drawing to a close, so if you haven’t finished the Battle Pass, completing the Weekly Legendary and Epic Quests is becoming more and more important. The Legendary Quests go live on Wednesday, August 25, so make sure you finish them ahead of Week 13.

For a cool 30,000 XP, Fortnite players must search for books on explosions, and these can be found in Steamy Stacks, Dirty Docks, and Catty Corner. They’ll appear as journals, with a llama head scribbled on the front and a pencil on the side.

Once you find these books, simply hit the interact button to collect them. Once you have two, you’ll get your XP, and the challenge will be complete.

Steamy Stacks Fortnite books on explosions locations

Fortnite book on explosions
  1. In the lobby of Steamy Stacks’ Kevolution Energy building, by a bench.
  2. On the ground floor the building on the south end of Steamy Stacks, marked by a number 3.

Dirty Docks Fortnite books on explosions locations

Fortnite book on explosions
  1. By the two dumpters at the western side of Dirty Docks.
  2. By the dumpster next to the container area in Dirty Docks.

Catty Corner Fortnite books on explosions locations

  1. By the trailer in the north-west corner of Catty Corner, by a pile of trash.
  2. Next to a trash can outside the garage at the south end of Catty Corner.

You can land or visit any of these three locations to quickly complete this Weekly Legendary Quest, so it’s well worth your time in Week 12.

And for more Fortnite, check out how to get the J Balvin ICON series skin.

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How to crouch in Fortnite

Crouching is a common action that players perform in Fortnite to line up a shot or stay low. Here’s a guide on how to crouch.

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How to Crouch in Fortnite

Fortnite consists of several keybinds by default, each of which performs a different action. One of the common actions that players perform is a crouch to line up their shot with accuracy or to hide from their opponents. Here’s how you can crouch in Fortnite.

Movement mechanisms in Fortnite have evolved over time since the OG days in Chapter 1. Crouching has been around since Chapter 1 in Battle Royale, however, players of Fortnite’s PvE campaign Save The World did not have it at first.

As new mechanics of Sprint, Slide and Mantle were added to Chapter 3, all movement mechanics in Fortnite became common across its PvP and PvE modes. Players use crouch frequently whenever they want to hide or line up a shot against their opponents.

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to crouch in Fortnite.

How to crouch in Fortnite

PC Controls in Fortnite

Crouching in Fortnite is pretty simple. However, the controls vary across different platforms and input methods. The default keybind to crouch on PC is the Left Ctrl key. However, you can also change the key according to your preference as well.

PS4 controls in Fortnite

When it comes to the controller, the default button in Standard configuration on a PS4 is the L1 button and Xbox is the LB button. However, if you use the Combat Pro controller configuration, the crouch action will bind to pressing Right Analog Joystick or R3 button on your controller.

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The difference between the two configurations is that the Right stick in Combat Pro only allows the crouch action upon tapping and not holding as compared to an assigned button in Standard mode. While there is a debate between players on the two modes, they tend to use the tap action to use the stick to look around while crouching.


There are various ways you can move around Fortnite island. Whether it’s sliding down a hill or sprinting away from your opponent or mantling over their builds, these mechanics will help you survive and get you that Victory Royale.

For more Fortnite, check out our guide on how to flip a car.

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How to flip a car in Fortnite

One of the most enjoyable things to do in Fortnite is driving cars. However when you wreck a car, here’s how you can flip it back upright.

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How to flip a car in Fortnite

Fortnite players have their fair share of fun around the island while fighting for their survival. Cars have been a vital element of that fun as players cause carnage around the island while they drive. Here’s how to flip a car in Fortnite to get it back on track.

Cars have been one of the most popular vehicles in Fortnite. Before they were introduced, players were just breaking them to harvest materials as cars were just a mere prop in the game.

But ever since cars became a part of the island as a vehicle, players have been driving around the island, fueling their cars up, tuning into radio stations, modding them, and eliminating their enemies by driving past them.

However, sometimes when players make a wrong turn or drive the car up a ramp or a hill, it tends to get overturned and wrecked. To bring it back to its original state, here’s how you can flip a car in Fortnite.

How to flip a car in Fortnite

Flipped Car in Fortnite

Flipping a car in Fortnite Season 3 is pretty simple. All you need to do is either find an overturned car or you can overturn one yourself. You can either run it off a hilltop or build a ramp and drive off it to do the same.

Once it’s overturned, here’s how you can flip it back on its wheels:

  1. Approach the overturned vehicle.
  2. Press the interact button on your keyboard (E by default), or controller (Square on PlayStation and X on Xbox) to flip the car.
  3. And you’re done! You have successfully flipped a car and it’s ready for you to drive.

However, you need to be mindful of your surroundings as your nearby opponents can hear you start and drive a car around them. So get those driving gloves on and drive as fast as you can to leave your opponents in the storm.


Apart from cars, other vehicles like Ballers and the Armored Battle Bus are currently in-game as well. You can use these to roam around the island as you like and have some fun as No Sweat Summer comes to a close in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3.

For more Fortnite, check out our guide on where to find Crash Pads.

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First-person mode could finally come to Fortnite in Chapter 3, Season 4

Fortnite leaks have revealed that Epic Games might add a first-person mode to the battle royale in Chapter 3, Season 4.

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According to Fortnite leaks, Epic Games might be planning to finally bring a first-person mode to the battle royale title when the Chapter 3, Season 4 update goes live.

Fortnite has evolved a lot since it first arrived in 2017, with Epic Games frequently updating it with new unlockable skins along with significant changes such as the addition of a No-Build mode.

Fans have been eager for the developers to add a first-person mode to the battle royale title, and now it seems that the long-awaited mode may finally arrive in Fortnite Chapter 3, Season 4.

Fortnite has always featured third-person view, and the closest players have ever gotten to a first-person is on the first-person Box Fights map. However, notable leaker ‘HYPEX’ claims that this is about to change.

After claiming that a first-person game mode was in early development, the leaker tweeted on July 18 that the developers updated it “quite a few times.” They also showed a concept image of what this mode may look like.

HYPEX then claimed that this mode could “possibly release in Season 4.” This mode will be different from the game’s aim-down sight mechanic since the camera will operate in first-person even when you’re not aiming.

While this sounds exciting, it’s worth noting that this information has yet to be officially verified by Epic Games themselves, so take this leak with a grain of salt until we get an official announcement.

However, since one of the Box Fight maps in the game already features a first-person view, it’s entirely possible that the devs could add a separate mode for it in the upcoming seasonal update.


For more Fortnite content, check out our guide on how to destroy large sea buoys with motorboat missiles as well as how you can complete all the Weekly Quests.

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