We’ve finally made it! Fortbyte 38 marks the final, 100th challenge to arrive in Fortnite’s Season 9. Jump into your Vendetta outfit and head to the northernmost Sky Platform.

If you’ve been collecting and completing Fortbytes as they’ve come out, July 17 marks a special occasion. The 100th Fortbyte has finally arrived in the form of number 38. With it’s completion, you can unlock the full decrypted image.

While the end of any era is bittersweet, we’re sure Epic has something similar planned for Season 10. Daily challenges give us a reason to get on daily apart from our urge to get a few Victory Royales.

Fortnite Fortbyte 38 Location – Sky Platform

As with many other Fortbyte challenges, you’ll need to unlock a Season 9 Battle Pass item in order to complete 38. The item in question is the Vendetta outfit unlocked at Tier 100. If you haven’t arrived at Tier 100 yet, you’ll want to head to our Season 9 challenge article for guides on how to get there quickly.

The northernmost Sky Platform is located to the southwest of Lazy Lagoon.

To help you get done with the challenge as fast as possible, we’ve put the process into a step-by-step guide:

  1. Reach Tier 100 of the Season 9 Battle Pass
  2. Equip the Vendetta outfit
  3. Hop into any Core BR mode or Team Rumble
  4. Jump from Battle Bus near Lazy Lagoon
  5. Glide to the Sky Platform marked on the map
  6. Enter the top room of the Sky Platform
  7. Pick up Fortbyte 38
  8. Profit!

There’s no much loot to go around up on the Sky Platforms, so you’ll want to quickly grab the Fortbyte and fly out of there. Team Rumble is our suggested mode as it offers the least resistance from enemies.

We’ve also gone ahead and captured a short clip of video showing you where Fortbyte 38 is in-game.

After you’re done, you might have unlocked the full encrypted image in the Fortnite menus. It depicts Bunker Jonesy drawing out the events of the upcoming Monster vs. Mech season end event.

For those that have not completed all other previous challenges, we’ve got you covered. Head over to the complete list of Fortbyte challenges which includes guides for everything you’ll need. Some of the tasks requires you to get a certain amount of XP which will come over time from Battle Pass challenges and play time (survival time makes up a majority of XP in Fortnite).

You’ll also be able to earn your way to Battle Pass completion via the upcoming Overtime and 2nd Birthday challenges.

Now that all Fortbytes have released, what’s your overall opinion of this Season 9 feature? We think the feature definitely could use some improvements in terms of variety, but we’re satisfied with a little something extra that rewards us for the long-haul grind.

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