As Halloween draws closer, Epic Games have begun to release some Halloween-themed challenges for Fortnite Season 6. One of the challenges for Week 4 essentially promotes trick-or-treating, as it requires players to ring the doorbell in a house that has an opponent inside. Players must do this at least three times across different matches. If you’re curious where to go to find a house with a doorbell, you’ve come to the right place. Below, we’ll explain how to ring the doorbell of a house with an opponent inside so that you can take your candy (Battle Stars) and run.

All Doorbell Locations in Fortnite

Finding houses with doorbells on them in Fortnite is relatively easy. We’ve listed the locations where you can find a house with a doorbell below. The tricky part is trying to ring the doorbell on a house with an enemy player inside. 

We recommend trying to do this challenge in one of the limited-time modes, such as Disco Domination or 50vs50, if they are available. When the match starts, try to land at a house with a doorbell that’s in enemy territory. With any luck, you may be able to ring a doorbell on a house while an opponent is still busy looting inside. Just be prepared to “doorbell ditch” before the enemy player comes to the door.

When looking for a doorbell on a house, it will typically be just to the right of the front door. Here’s where to find houses with doorbells to ring in Fortnite:

  • Pleasant Park
  • Snobby Shores
  • Greasy Grove
  • Retail Row
  • Salty Springs
  • Paradise Palms

Try to land at one of the locations above near the start of the match when players are still scavenging for supplies. This will increase the odds of you ringing the doorbell of a house with an opponent inside. 

To complete some of the other Fortnite challenges for Week 4, check out our guides on all Fortnite shooting galleries and where to dance on top of a clock tower, pink tree, and giant porcelain throne in Fortnite.