Get infected with an alien parasite and talk to Sunny, season 7 challenge

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“Get infected with an alien parasite and talk to Sunny” is a Fortnite Chapter 7 Season 2 week five challenge. Find our tips to validate it. The fortnite challenges are always in the game for this 7 season, despite changes to the Battle Pass. Players are now used to it over time, they wait impatiently for Thursday 16 p.m. to discover these new challenges (except for this first week), which are very useful to them, since they can allow them to recover XP in order to to progress in the Battle Pass and unlock many cosmetics, such as outfits, back accessories or collection tools. One of these challenges will require you to get infected with an alien parasite and talk to Sunny.

Get infected with an alien parasite and talk to Sunny

This challenge happens in two stages, which can make it quite difficult. The first is to make you infect with an alien parasite so that it comes to be grafted on your head. We find these alien parasites wherever the animals can be, so on the whole map or almost. However, you are more likely to find an infected animal near the purple area. 

Once this is done, you will have to talk to Sunny, character of this seventh season. This one is quite simply at Believer Beach, in the northern part, to the right of the pontoon, on the beach. All you have to do is talk to him to validate the challenge and thus unlock the XP for your Battle Pass, this challenge offers you 30.


Note, however, that to make you infect with an alien parasite you need to kill the carrier animal, but don't deal too much damage to the alien parasite to keep it alive and clinging to you. You may kill it, in which case you will have to look for another one.

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