How To Land Headshots With The Hammer Assault Rifle

How To Land Headshots With The Hammer Assault Rifle

Landing headshots with the Hammer Assault Rifle in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 might seem like daunting task, but it can be easily exploited.

“Land headshots from 40 or more meters with the Hammer Assault Rifle 0/5” is a Week 6 Quest in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 that rewards participants with 15,000 XP upon completion. The Hammer Assault Rifle is an Assault Weapon introduced in Season 3 that fires Medium Bullets at a slow rate with a recoil pattern that travels upwards to the right. Bearing this characteristic in mind, users wielding this firearm will need to aim their shots carefully to land headshots in Fortnite from 40 or more meters.

To get started, Fortnite fans will first need to procure a Hammer Assault Rifle. Players can acquire this firearm from Chests, Rare Chests, Floor Loot, Supply Drops, and Fishing. The Rarity can vary depending on the source from which the gun is found. Evidently, there’s no specific or fixed location on the map where this Assault Weapon will spawn. Therefore, combatants can only hope they will stumble upon a Hammer Assault Rifle after landing and exploring the area.

SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY

Related: Fortnite: How To Use The Grapple Glove To Catch A Zipline

Alternatively, there is a much easier way to complete the “Land headshots from 40 or more meters with the Hammer Assault Rifle” quest in Fortnite without hoping RNG spawns the right firearm. The Imagined, a Character located at Seven Outpost II, sells Hammer Assault Rifles for 100 Bars each. Accordingly, players can head straight to her and purchase the gun without needing to find it randomly out on the map.

How To Land Headshots With A Hammer Assault Rifle In Fortnite

Landing Headshots With A Hammer Assault Rifle In Fortnite

Providing a purchasable Hammer Assault Rifle is not the only benefit that The Imagined offers for this Week 6 Quest in Fortnite. She also serves as a suitable target for landing headshots from 40 meters away. Hence, here are the steps that players can take to complete this challenging task quickly and easily:

Step 1: Land at Seven Outpost II, an unmarked location northwest of Logjam Lotus.Step 2 (Optional): Head to the Grapple Stop east of Seven Outpost II and open one of the Grapple Glove Toolboxes to acquire a glove.Step 3: Go to Seven Outpost II and speak with The Imagined to purchase the Hammer Assault Rifle for 100 Bars.Step 4: Using the “ping” feature, mark the area near The Imagined to visually see how many meters the player character is from her.Step 5: Equip the Hammer Assault Rifle and begin firing at the head of The Imagined. After she realizes the player’s position, she might attempt to give chase. If this happens, using a Grapple Glove to quickly escape or gain distance is ideal.Step 6: Continue firing at The Imagined until the quest is complete. If the Character falls before the Season 3 challenge in Fortnite is fulfilled, enter a new match and repeat the process.

Next: All Anomaly Locations in Fortnite

Fortnite is available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PC.

How To Get Halo Master Chief Skin In Fall Guys

How To Get Halo Master Chief Skin In Fall Guys

About The Author

Ethan Webb
(1185 Articles Published)

Senior Game Guides Writer for ScreenRant, Ethan Webb has been writing about video games professionally since 2021 but has been an avid gamer since childhood. With Super Mario Bros. as the first title he’s ever played, he enjoys various genres, from platformers and FPSs to RPGs and even visual novels. As a child in a military household, Ethan was constantly on the move, traveling from country to country, experiencing a wide variety of cultures and lifestyles. This process has given him a broader and multi-cultural outlook on life, a characteristic that influences his writing and perspective on the gaming medium as a whole. After studying for four years at Yeungnam University of South Korea, Ethan received his Bachelor’s in 2020, double-majoring in Business Administration and Media & Communication. Now, as a content writer, his lifelong dream is someday to have a direct role in the gaming industry, and he works towards this goal by currently writing for engaging sites such as SR.

More From Ethan Webb