Where to find and hunt wolves for Fortnite Season 8 Punchcard Quest

Liam Mackay
wolf in Fortnite Season 8

Fortnite Season 8’s Punchcard Quests task players with finding and hunting a wolf, so here’s the quickest and easiest way to complete the challenge.

Fortnite Season 8 has changed the way Weekly Quests work. Now, instead of the Epic and Legendary challenges, players must complete both Character and Weekly Punchcards to help earn XP and finish the Battle Pass before the season ends.

With Week 3, Grim Fable’s Punchcard Quests arrived and players must hunt a wolf to earn a cool 30,000 XP.

Here’s a full guide on finding and hunting wolves, including where to find them.

Where to find wolves in Fortnite Season 8

Fortnite Season 8 wolf locations

Wolves are scattered around Fortnite Island but can be frustrating to find if you don’t know where to look. Thanks to website Fortnite.gg, we’ve got the spawn locations of every Season 8 wolf pack.

Most of the wolves can be found around Primal areas that were featured in Season 6.

Here’s the full list of Fortnite wolf locations:

  • Around the remains of Stealthy Stronghold, such as at the Copter Crash
  • FN Radio east of Craggy Cliffs
  • Shattered Saucer south of Believer Beach
  • Between Shattered Saucer and Bony Burbs
  • Lake Canoe north of Retail Row
  • Weeping Woods
  • Primal Pond beside Defiant Dish
  • Between Retail Row and Catty Corner
  • Area south-east of Hydro 16
  • Destined Dish south of Misty Meadows

How to hunt wolves in Fortnite Season 8

Fortnite Jonesy and wolf

As this is a Punchcard Quest, you can’t just find a wolf and kill it to get the job done. You have to talk to Grim Fable in Weeping Woods to receive the Quest. You’ll have to have completed the other Quests beforehand, too.

But, once the Quest is tracked, hunting a wolf doesn’t have any special requirements, you just need to kill a wolf that you come across. They do travel in packs though, so it may be difficult to get out with your life.

Using the wolf locations above, we recommend landing a little bit away from their spawns. This will allow you to gear up with weapons, shields, and mats so you can take down a wolf with ease. If you can get yourself a Sniper Rifle, this only becomes easier.

Plus, you can actually tame a wolf to fight for your side, and you may be able to ride them in the future.

For finding and killing a wolf, you’ll earn yourself 30,000 XP towards earning Battle Stars.

For more Fortnite, check out how to unlock all of Season 8’s Super Styles.

Image Credit: Epic Games / Fortnite.GG

About The Author

Liam is CharlieIntel's Editor. After graduating in Journalism from Edinburgh Napier University, Liam made use of his passion for FPS games, including Call of Duty, by writing for sites such as The Nerd Stash, Red Bull Gaming, and GAMINGbible before joining CharlieIntel in November 2020. You can contact Liam at [email protected].