Fortnite Radar Signs Locations

Fortnite Radar Signs Locations

All the Fortnite Radar Sign locations, as part of the Week 5, Season 6 Challenges.

The Fortnite Week 5 Challenges are now live for all Battle Royale players to take on, and one of these tasks you to 'record a speed of 27 or more on different Radar Signs.' In this challenge guide, we'll be walking you through a complete list of all the Fortnite Radar Sign locations, so you can track five of them down as easily as possible, and have this challenge wrapped up in no time.

But if you instead need any information on the current season of Battle Royale, you'll want to head over to our Fortnite Season 6 guides hub. It's on this main page that you can find all the Battle Pass information you need, as well as a list of all the past challenges, and more.

Fortnite Radar Sign Locations

Firstly, this is just one of the seven total challenges that make up part of Fortnite Week 5. For a complete walkthrough of how to fulfill the six additional tasks for the week, head over to our Fortnite Week 5 Challenges guide.

Just below, you can see a complete map of Fortnite Battle Royale, where you can find every Radar Sign in the game. Keep in mind that to complete this challenge for the week, you merely have to track down five of the signs in total.

Before you've found one of the Radar Signs, you're going to need to get your hands on either an ATK, or a Quadcrasher. You'll want to use the latter vehicle if possible, and activate the boost just as you're going past the Radar Sign itself, to maximise your chance of hitting a speed of 27.

Now that we're all wrapped up with this Fortnite guide to the Radar Sign locations, you can head over to our additional coverage of Epic's massive game. Check out our best Fortnite skins page, where we rank the top 25 character outfits in the game.

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