Fortnite’s 14 Days of Summer event includes daily challenges for rewards. A recent challenge for day 13 of 14 involves searching for a tiny rubber duck in a corner of the game’s map. Yesterday,19199 developer Epic announced they’ll be adjusting the challenge because it’s too hard.

For the challenge clues on a loading screen direct players to a bathtub in Paradise Palms where they can find a small rubber duck. Finding and searching the duck earns players a unique lobby soundtrack. But it seems like the challenge is more difficult for players than Epic expected. Yesterday the developer tweeted “This challenge is harder to complete than we intended. We’re working towards a fix in a couple days.

Fortnite has begun its crossover event with Stranger Things which began with pieces of the Stranger Things mall entering the game including some Upsidedown portals. Now as you look around your Stranger Things environments you can look the part with new skins and other cosmetics modeled after the hit Netflix show.

As announced on Twitter the Stranger Things content includes outfits modeled after Chief Hopper and the Demogorgon along with a Vines Wrap. The cosmetics were added alongside the premiere of the new season of Stranger Things on July 4.

Searching the duck is tricky for several reasons. Since the challenge is new a lot of players are trying to get it. Many players have found themselves in busy battles to be the first to reach the duck. These fights are made more tense by the fact that it appears only one person can get the duck per match. If you’re not the first to touch down and grab the duck you have to try again in another match.

There was a mosh pit of people there when I got it and I was like the fifth to arrive,” one player said on Reddit. Another wrote “I tried three solo matches just now and each time it was roughly a dozen people murdering each other. And only the third time did I actually see the ducky and then realize that it disappears once the first person searches it rendering it unobtainable for everybody else.

Meanwhile Fortnite is still celebrating its 14 Days of Summer event along with other seasonal challenges. The game is preparing itself for the launch of Season 10 and as such we've seen some strange happenings that could be laying the groundwork. One of those is a giant rubber duckie which could herald the seasonal changeover or just more summer shenanigans. When the next season does come it will be accompanied by new system requirements so make sure you're ready.