How to headbutt an opponent while riding a boar in Fortnite

If you're needing to headbutt another player with a Boar in Fortnite, we'll show you what you need to know to do so.
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Fortnite‘s weekly challenges are a great way for players to earn experience for their battle pass and unlock cosmetic rewards. During the Vibin’ season, many of the quests have shown off the new features of the season and allowed players to get comfortable with them. One of the weekly quests asks the player to find a boar and use it to headbutt an enemy player.

It was only a few weeks ago that Fortnite introduced the animal riding mechanic that allows players to hop on the back of wolves and boars. Players can sprint with the animals, although they will eventually get exhausted and take a nap. In this guide, we’ll teach you all you need to know about how to headbutt an opponent while riding a boar.

How to headbutt an enemy while riding a boar

First, you’ll need to find a boar, but luckily they can be found all across the map, especially in the Reality Falls biome. Once you’ve found a boar, you should look for an enemy player by listening for footsteps or gunfire. Once you find an enemy, run at them full speed using the boar, which will headbutt an enemy when you get close enough.

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All you really need to do is get close to a boar and it will do the rest of the work. Finding a boar will likely be the hardest part of this challenge, but the player usually sees a couple in a match when they aren’t looking. As long as you look in the Reality Falls biome or other wooded areas, there are likely to be a couple of boars.

The headbutt will likely send the character flying, doing additional damage. After that, it should only take a couple of shots to get the elimination. That’s all you need to know about how to headbutt an enemy while riding a boar.

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