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Fortnite wolf locations
Hunt the wolf! | © Epic Games

Grim Fable, one of the newest NPCs in Fortnite Season 8, has a few new quests for you. Do you want to earn some extra XP for your Battle Pass? Well, after hiding in a haystack in Corny Crops, destroying beds in Pleasant Park, and fining a harpooner, it's now your job to find and hunt a wolf. Where on the map do these wild animals hang around, though? Let's take a look at all the Wolf locations in Fortnite Season 8...

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Wolf Locations in Fortnite Season 8

The Wolves roam the Fortnite Battle Royale map and attack you if you get too close. Most of the time, they run around in a pack, which makes them all the more dangerous. One of the only ways to stop a wolf from attacking you is, you guessed it, to kill it yourself. Simple, right?

However, a wolf in Fortnite can also be tamed by dropping a few meatballs in front of it, carefully approaching it, and taming it. It's even easier with a hunter's coat!

Wolves usually come out to play as soon as the sun goes down during a Fortnite match. They can be found almost everywhere on the map, but they have some fixed spawn locations.

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Here are all the wolf locations in Fortnite Season 8. | © fortnite.gg

As you can see, the wolf locations in Fortnite Season 8 tend to be in remote areas, or in the protection of the forest. Just wander around the top of the map, and we're pretty sure that you'll come across a wolf quickly. To complete the hunt, all you have to do is pull out your gun and kill it. Quest completed, XP bagged, easy!

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This article was originally written by Alisa Eiber.