Fortnite Avian Ambush Wild week Quests introduce Loot Chickens.
Fortnite’s Avian Ambush Week continues with Fortnite Wild Weeks beginning March 8, 2022. The quests for this week are all about wildlife, specifically chickens. Epic Games has made chickens more hostile to celebrate (or intimidate) their success.
Fortnite’s Wild Weeks were back in the Battle Royale on February 22, 2022, with the Bownanza Week. Spidey’s Amazing Web Week followed on March 1, with Spidey’s Amazing Web Week. As wildlife becomes involved, the world changes and a new wild animal is revealed. It’s kind of. Although the chicken is a recognizable sight in Fortnite, its behaviour has been quite new since Avian Ambush Week.
We have some helpful guides for you if you have trouble with the Avian Ambush quests this week. You might also want to check How to fly with a chicken to Fortnite or How to open a vault in Fortnite.
Where can I find Fortnite Loot Chickens?
The Loot Chicken is Fortnite’s newest creature. It works the same as other loot wildlife like the Shark and Crow. The Loot Chicken will glow purple or gold to indicate Epic or Legendary loot. According to what we know, any chicken spawn can become a Loot Chicken. However, not all chickens will drop loot. Please look at where I can find Chickensguide to get a better idea of where you can hunt them down.
Fortnite Chickens fight back.
Although not all Fortnite chickens will be Loot Chickens, all chickens will have hostile tendencies. However, it would help if you shot first. Chickens that are damaged will attack back, and it appears from our first encounters that the damage doesn’t have to come from you. We were surrounded by hostile chickens and found ourselves trapped in the storm. We can only assume that they took the storm’s damage first, and we didn’t cause them any harm.