Fortnite Clock Locations - Complete Visit Three Clocks Week 8 Challenge

Fortnite Clock Locations - Complete Visit Three Clocks Week 8 Challenge

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One of the trickiest challenges you’ll have to beat for Fortnite Season 9 Week 8 is the Visit Three Clocks task. You’ll need to do so in one match, and they’re fairly spread out across the Western side of the map. To help you complete the Visit Three Clocks Challenge for Week 8 we’ve put together this Fortnite Clock Locations Guide. We’ll take a look at where to find the three clocks in Happy Hamlet, Junk Junction and Neo Tilted in Fortnite Season 9.

Fortnite Clock Locations

There are three clocks to visit in Fortnite as part of the Week 8 Challenges. We’ve listed their locations below, along with a map marked with more specific info. Let’s take a look.

  • Happy Hamlet
  • Neo Tilted
  • Junk Junction

Fortnite Junk Junction Clock

The first site you’ll want to visit is Junk Junction. You can head to the southwestern corner of the yard, where you’ll find a clock tower, albeit one that’s seen better days.

Fortnite Neo Tilted Clock Location

Next up is the Clock at Neo Tilted. It is a rather futuristic looking thing, and can be found towering over the area. Check out the screenshot below:

Fortnite Happy Hamlet Clock Location

Finally, we have the clock located at Happy Hamlet. This snow-covered timekeeper can be found at the center of the sleepy hamlet, so just walk up to it to finish the challenge.

How to Visit All Three Clocks in One Match

Getting all the way across the map can be a real chore in Fortnite. To visit all three clocks without being killed, we recommend starting at the location furthest from the center of the ring and hit each site making your way inwards. The wind tracks are a great way to get in and out of Neo Tilted too.

Jake Green

Guides Editor

Jake is a former freelance writer who now heads up guides for USG. He spends his days dreaming of an X-Files dating-sim and will play literally any game with monkeys in it. He has an unhealthy obsession with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and would pretty much trade a kidney for Skate 4 at this point.

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