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Fortnite Floating Rings Locations: Where To Collect Rings At Lazy Lake

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Week 3 of Fortnite Season 3 is here, which means there’s a new batch of challenges to complete in the battle royale game. While most of the challenges are fairly straightforward, one that may give you a bit of trouble is to collect floating rings at Lazy Lake. To help you out, we’ve put together this map and guide detailing where to find the floating rings and how to complete the challenge.

Where Are The Floating Rings Locations?

As the challenge states, the floating rings are all located around Lazy Lake in grid square F6. You’ll find them in various places around the area, but if you’re having trouble tracking them down, we’ve marked the locations of all the rings we’ve found on the map below.

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How To Complete The Challenge

Once you spot a floating ring, all you need to do to collect it is walk or jump into it. Collect four rings and you’ll complete the challenge and earn 35,000 XP for your troubles.

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While you’re at Lazy Lake, you can also track down fireworks, which have begun appearing around the area just in time for the Fourth of July (and fittingly explode into the shape of Captain America’s shield when lit). It appears the fireworks will be part of a separate challenge that’s not yet live, but you can prepare for it with our fireworks locations guide.

Another Week 3 challenge that may give you some trouble is to land a choppa at Steamy Stacks, so be sure to check out our guide for tips on how to complete that. If you need help with any other missions from this season, you can find more maps and guides in our Fortnite Season 3 challenges roundup.

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Source: https://www.gamespot.com/articles/fortnite-floating-rings-locations-where-to-collect/1100-6479288/?ftag=CAD-01-10abi2f

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Apple removes Fortnite from App Store after Epic Games lowers the cost of V-Bucks

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Apple has removed Fortnite from the App Store after the game’s developer announced new payment options that allow players to buy in-game credits direct from Epic Games. In response, Epic has taken legal action and filed a lawsuit in the District Court of Northern California to end Apple’s anti-competitive restrictions on mobile device marketplaces.

The new payment option appears to skirt Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store rules, which require Epic to give up a 30% cut of the revenue made through the app.

In announcement on its website, Epic dropped the price of Fortnite by 20% savings on V-Bucks and real-money offers for every purchase on PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, PC, and Mac, and on mobile when using select payment methods.

Epic offers the V-Bucks and real-money at new prices discounted up to 20% on console and PC/Mac. On mobile, gamers can select Epic direct payment to get your new discount. The discount is currently apply to US customers and not yet available in all countries. Epic plans to make the savings available in other countries very soon.

Below is how Epic describes the savings.

PC AND CONSOLE SAVINGS
Starting today, any V-Bucks or real-money offers you purchase on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, and Mac are now discounted by up to 20%. You don’t need to do anything!

EPIC DIRECT PAYMENT ON MOBILE
Today, we’re also introducing a new way to pay on iOS and Android: Epic direct payment. When you choose to use Epic direct payments, you save up to 20% as Epic passes along payment processing savings to you.

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Epic direct pay on Google Play Store

Choose Epic direct payment to get the best deal on V-Bucks and real-money purchases.

Currently, when using Apple and Google payment options, Apple and Google collect a 30% fee, and the up to 20% price drop does not apply. If Apple or Google lower their fees on payments in the future, Epic will pass along the savings to you.

Founded in 1991 by Mark Rein and Tim Sweeney, Epic operates Fortnite, one of the world’s largest games with over 350 million accounts and 2.5 billion friend connections. Epic also develops Unreal Engine, which powers the world’s leading games and is also adopted across industries such as film and television, architecture, automotive, manufacturing, and simulation. Through Unreal Engine, Epic Games Store, and Epic Online Services, Epic provides an end-to-end digital ecosystem for developers and creators to build, distribute, and operate games and other content.


Source: https://techstartups.com/2020/08/13/apple-removes-fortnite-app-store-epic-games-lowers-cost-v-bucks/

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Evening Reading – August 11, 2020

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Hey Shacknews, it’s time for Evening Reading. Let’s officially close out our day of posting. Please take a look.


In case you missed it at Shacknews:


And now… Other Stuff From The Internet!!!

2020 intensifies

You have to love how this bankrupt ass company is verified on Twitter, while Shacknews gets no respect.


Tribute to dancers in video games

Neat!


Who could have seen this coming?

This is well edited, for a social media video.


I hate COVID-19

I wish we could stop the spread of the virus.


Cats, but show them to me

More cats, but now in video format.


Joe Biden chooses Kamala Harris as his 2020 running mate

Moderates everywhere are rejoicing.


VIX jumps in outside day to the upside

Stonks went down?


#CantonOhioWeatherReport

RIP movie theaters.


There you have it, Shacknews. Your Evening Reading for August 11, 2020. Please consider subscribing to Shacknews Mercury to support our site for as little as $1/month. Here are two videos of Lola to brighten your night.

What are you up to tonight? Let us know in the Shacknews Chatty comment thread below.

Asif Khan is the CEO and majority shareholder of Shacknews. He began his career in video game journalism as a freelancer in 2001 for Tendobox.com. Asif is a CPA and was formerly an investment adviser representative. After much success in his own personal investments, he retired from his day job in financial services and is currently focused on new private investments. His favorite PC game of all time is Duke Nukem 3D, and he is an unapologetic fan of most things Nintendo. Asif first frequented the Shack when it was sCary’s Shugashack to find all things Quake. When he is not immersed in investments or gaming he is a purveyor of fine electronic music. Asif also has an irrational love of Cleveland sports.

Source: https://www.shacknews.com/article/119737/evening-reading-august-11-2020

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Another Steam Game Festival Is Coming In October

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The Steam Game Festival may be the only gaming-related show to have added extra dates instead of cancelling this year–and Geoff Keighley has just announced yet another edition of the online-only game festival will be gracing our screens before the end of the year.

The very first iteration of the Steam Game Festival was launched to coincide with Keighley’s Game Awards in December 2019, with the idea being to replicate the concept of a physical trade show even before the pandemic made such online events a necessity. Two more of the online events ran this year, with the first running when GDC should have taken place in March, and the Summer Game Festival running in June when E3 would have happened.

Now, the Steam Fall Games Festival will run from October 7 to 13, giving Steam users a chance to play free demos of upcoming games–usually comprised of games which are planning to release on Steam within the next year.

While nothing has yet been announced about the fate of Keighley’s Game Awards for 2020, we may get yet another iteration of the Steam Game Festival running alongside that event in December again this year.

Now Playing: 20 Amazing Games Of 2020 So Far

Source: https://www.gamespot.com/articles/another-steam-game-festival-is-coming-in-october/1100-6480860/?ftag=CAD-01-10abi2f

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