Fortnite Season 7 Week 11 Quests: Vintage Can of Cat Food Location
Epic Games has shown no intention of releasing the release date for Fortnite Season 8, so it looks like we are going to get a few more weeks of the current Season 7. This week, there are some extra quests for players, including the Fortnite vintage can of cat food mission and many more.
Fortnite Week 11 Wild Weeks Quests
The Fortnite Season 7 Week 11 quests are here, following up on the Week 10 missions last week that would have been the end of any traditional battle royale season, but not this one. However, that is not the case, as it looks like Epic will be dragging Season 7 on for a little while longer.
In celebration of this, the developer is bringing out the Wild Weeks quests, which are an event of sorts that offer some overtime challenges like in past extended seasons. This means even more missions for players to do than ever before.
You can find the full list of the quests below, along with the single Wild Weeks happening this week:
- Wild Weeks 1: Deal damage with suppressed weapons (three stages)
- Travel in a saucer 2000 meters
- Use the recon scanner to find an infected wildlife or a trespasser
- Interact with the equipment at an IO satellite dish base
- Deal 100 damage in an alien biome
- Mark an alien parasite
- Dance with an alien parasite at Believer Beach, Lazy Lake, or Pleasant Park
- Go for a swim with an alien parasite
These are the normal weekly quests that we have this week. They will stick around until the end of Season 7, whenever that may be. However, there are also legendary quests this week. These will only be here for the next week until the release of Week 12. You can find the full list of the legendary quests below:
- Get orders from Dr. Slone at a payphone
- Catch five fish at fishing holes
- Collect the Fortnite vintage can of cat food at either Catty Corner or Craggy Cliffs
- Collect a vase of flowers from Lazy Lake
- Harvest 250 wood materials
- Talk to the Joey NPC
There are many quests this week, even more than in the previous weeks of the season, so we have a lot to do this week. Fortunately, most of these are pretty simple tasks that do not require too much from you. But, still, here’s everything that you need to know about the Fortnite Season 7 Week 11 quests, from the Fortnite vintage can of cat food one to where to find Joey.
How to Use the Recon Scanner
Starting this week, we will go ahead and get the new Wild Weeks quest over with. There are three parts to this mission, similar to how legendary quests were last season, and each of the parts will grant you some experience for doing it.
But, in general, they are all pretty simple as it has to do with dealing a certain amount of damage with the suppressed weapons. It could be a suppressed pistol, SMG, and so on. The first stage requires 1000 damage, part two is 5000, and part three is 20,000.
Part one is already pretty bad, but getting to 20,000 is going to take some serious grinding for a while to get. We recommend doing this together with a full part of four players to make the damage amounts a little bit more reasonable.
Now, moving onto the normal quests this week, we have the mission to travel in a flying saucer for 2000 meters. 2000 sounds like a lot, but it is not too much when you are in this fast vehicle. You can get this done in just a short time.
We recommend heading to Corny Complex or other permanent locations for flying saucers, getting there first, and grabbing that vehicle. Then fly around the map until you see the notification that you have reached 2000, which should only take a couple of minutes at most.
After that, we have a quest to use the recon scanner weapon to find infected wildlife or trespasser. The recon scanner is an item that can scan around you for enemies. To get it, we recommend heading to an IO base and opening up their special chests as it has better chances of spawning there.
Once you have it, head to a spot that will most likely have one of these enemies, like an alien biome, and scan with it until you find one of these enemies there. From there, we have a quest to interact with any equipment at an IO satellite dish base. Head to any of the bases around the Season 7 island and interact with their equipment inside the main building.
There are many bases around, but I like the one where Stealthy Stronghold used to be the remote one found west of Believer Beach on the coast there. But head to whichever one is most convenient for you in the end.
Next up, we have a mission to deal 100 damage in an alien biome. Head to any purple areas on the map or places like Holly Hatchery and find an enemy player to fight. Deal 100 damage in total, or the equivalent of a life without shields.
However, you may not get all 100 damage in one go, which is fine if that is the case. The damage will carry over from match to match, so you can pick up where you left off in the next one until you are done with this quest.
How to Mark an Alien Parasite
For the fifth epic quest this week, we have one to mark an alien parasite. First and foremost, you need to find one of the flying parasites on the island to mark it. The best place that I have found for this is heading to The Aftermath area in the middle of the island.
I usually find the parasites flying around in this area. When you find one, try not to get too close to it and then ping it like any other enemy in the game to mark it. Once you have successfully marked it, you will be done with this mission.
However, you will not be done with what else you need this alien parasite for. The next mission requires you to dance with the alien parasite at Believer Beach, Lazy Lake, or Pleasant Park. You want to approach it and let the alien infect you and jump on your head.
Once this has happened, you need to head to one of these three locations and dance there. Believer Beach or Pleasant Park will likely be the closest ones coming from The Aftermath area. I recommend Believer Beach, though, because of the next mission.
You can get the final epic quest done simultaneously as the past two if you head to Believer Beach or any body of water and swim in it while you are infected atop your head by the parasite. However, keep in mind that the parasite will then leave once you do this, so make sure to do the dancing mission first, or else you’ll need to find another parasite companion.
Fortnite Vintage Can of Cat Food Location
From there, we come to the legendary quests in Season 7 Week 11. First up, you probably already guessed it, but we have yet another mission to get orders from Dr. Slone at a payphone. Hit up any phone booth, bus stop, and so on. There will be a phone there for you to interact with to complete this task.
Secondly, we have a mission to catch five fish. Simply head to any fishing spot, noted by the bubbling foam at the surface of the water, and use a fishing rod to find five fish. You can easily find a fishing rod by heading to Believer Beach’s pier or another major fishing area.
Furthermore, you do not need to find all five fish in the same match. However, if you want to, we recommend doing this challenge in the Team Rumble mode. That will give you plenty of time and respawns to fish away while the other players battle against one another.
Next up is the Fortnite vintage can of cat food quest. You need to find this can of cat food at either Catty Corner or Craggy Cliffs. Both are remote named locations, so head to the one you prefer and best suits your current battle bus path.
If you head to Catty Corner, you will find a couple of different cans that will satisfy this Fortnite vintage can of cat food quest. One is in the northeastern corner of the area, while the other is in the southwestern corner. Simply interact with it and you are done with this quest.
However, if you choose to head to Craggy Cliffs for the Fortnite vintage can of cat food quest, there are several spots here as well. One is in the northeastern corner of the island near the beach and another in the northwestern corner. Any of them will do for this Fortnite vintage can of cat food mission as you only need one.
Joey NPC Location
For the fourth legendary quest this week, you need to collect a vase of flowers from Lazy Lake. Once again, Epic Games is giving you options for this quest as there are several that you can choose from in the town; only one of them is needed for this mission.
The first vase is located in the southeastern corner of the town, while another is in the middle of town near the big building/plaza that is the central attraction. Either of these will do for this task as you need to interact with one.
After that, we come to a mission that involves collecting 250 wood materials in battle royale matches. That is it for this mission, so go to town chopping down trees and gathering wood. You do not have to collect all 250 in one match, but you definitely can do that easily by heading to Weeping Woods or a similar location.
Finally, we have a mission to talk with the NPC known as Joey. To do this, you need to interact with the NPC character. You will receive some quick experience to help with completing this season. However, to do so, you need to know the location of Joey.
If you do not know where Joey is found on the Season 7 map, you can find this character at Dirty Docks, specifically on the eastern side of the coastal industrial town. Head on over to Joey when you arrive at Dirty Docks — you should easily see the chat icon nearby — and talk to the NPC to complete the final legendary quest for this week. Be sure to check back next week for the next batch of missions as we head towards the end of the season.