Fortnite Season 3 Alien Artifacts Locations

Fortnite Season 7 Invasion brought space invaders to the lovely island of Epic’s battle royale. These aliens now occupy multiple regions of the maps with UFOs flying overhead. There are also alien skins, like the Kymera, that can be unlocked and customized with a broad range of different looks. Looking good doesn’t come easy though. You’ll need to track down the locations of an in-game currency called Alien Artifacts in order to turn your Fortnite character into an alien you can truly call your own.

Spotting the new Alien Artifacts is simple enough. These giant cannisters of pink glowing crystals are easy to see from afar. However, the map is quite big, and the Alien Artifacts are spread out around it. It also appears that these items are becoming more difficult to find with each new week. Since you’re here, you probably don’t want to spend the time hunting them down blindly, so here’s where to find all four of the Alien Artifacts for Week 3 of Fortnite Season 7. You’ll receive a total of 16 spending points for Kymera once you collect these items.


If you still need to track down the Week 1  or Week 2 Alien Artifacts, you can see our guides for those locations.

Week 3 Alien Artifacts locations for Kymera

Unlike the previous weeks, all of the Week 3 Alien Artifacts are inside structures around the map in Fortnite. There’s also not any surefire way to secure most of them in a single match. Though it is possible if the Storm circles are kind to you. The best place to start is at Craggy Cliffs. Land at the warehouse next to the fishing store on the east end of the point of interest. You’ll notice some boats hanging from the ceiling, and one of those holds an Alien Artifact.

From there, grab a boat on the beach and use it to reach Coral Castle. This method should pose minimal risk and the other players should be gone from Coral Castle by the time you get there. Once you arrive, head to the main building with the gold roof. You’ll spot the Alien Artifact floating inside near the ceiling.

Grab a fresh boat and use it to exit Coral Castle via the waterfalls. This can be tricky, but will get you to Boney Burbs in little time if you use it to travel upstream. You may also be able to use a UFO for this part if there’s one nearby. The Alien Artifact at Boney Burbs is located in the taller Primal-style structure in the center of the location. Specifically, it’s the tall, narrow structure with a bridge linking it to the other large structure. You’ll need to travel up several floors to find the Alien Artifact.

The last Alien Artifact is located at one of the warehouse buildings in Slurpy Swamp. Head to the center of the point of interest near the reboot van and access the warehouse where Big Chuggus spawned last season. It’s the warehouse linked to the main factory by a bridge. Once inside, you’ll notice the Alien Artifact suspended in the air near the ceiling.

It should also be noted that some Fortnite players are reporting a fifth Alien Artifact spawning for Week 3 in a small building next to the main house down the hill from Lockie’s Lighthouse at the north end of the map. We checked this location, but couldn’t find anything. Since the previous two weeks added five Alien Artifacts, this spawn could be bugged. There’s certainly no harm in checking for yourself. We’ve reached out to the developer for comment about this.

Get more Alien Artifacts from Cosmic Chests

Aside from finding the crystals on the map, you can also earn extra Alien Artifact points by unlocking Cosmic Chests with the help of your squad. These new chests are entombed within massive crystals and require teamwork to open. You can learn more about these in our Cosmic Chest guide if you want to know what to do if you come across one.

Fortnite Cosmic Chest Alien Artifacts Locations 2

Check back for all kinds of Fortnite Season 7 Invasion guides, including weekly follow-ups on where to find more Alien Artifacts Quest locations. You’ll need a bunch of points to unlock all of the Kymera styles.

For more info on Season 7 changes, Quests, mechanics, and more, check out our guides and features hub.

Kevin Foley
Kevin's go-to gaming genres are shooters, RPGs, and tactical strategy, though he enjoys the occasional puzzle game too. When he finds a narrative he really likes, he feels inclined to tell the world all about it. When he's not writing about games, he's tinkering with tech to see how it can improve gaming experiences.

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