Finding Fortnite Radar Sign locations and then recording a speed of over 27 is the objective of one of Fortnite's many Weekly Challenges.

Completing it will give you additional XP to help go towards your many Season 6 rewards. Note you'll need to be a Battle Pass holder in order to undertake this challenge.

If you're just getting started, our Fortnite Battle Royale tips and tricks can provide some helpful hints.

Note this particular challenge is no longer able to be completed. That said, there are still plenty of other Fortnite Challenges as part of the Fortnite Season 9 Battle Pass. These include finding oversized phone, big piano and giant Dancing Fish Trophy locations, plus Fortnite Air Vent locations and Fortnite Sky Platform locations. There are also new Fortnite Fortbyte locations to discover and Utopia Battle Star locations and a new Victory Umbrella to earn, too. And, for a limited time only, there's the Fortnite John Wick event.

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Fortnite Radar Sign locations

You'll need to find a total of five Radar Sign locations. Here are the six ones we've found so far, enough to complete the challenge:

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Fortnite Radar Sign locations map

Specifically, Radar Sign locations can be found in the following places...

West of Lazy Links, on the road heading south-west, in quadrant E3:

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Between Tilted Towers and Pleasant Park, on the road heading south-east, at the top of quadrant D5:

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South of Tomato Temple, on the road heading north towards Tomato Temple, in quadrant G4:

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West of Salty Springs, on the road heading North in quadrant E7:

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South-west of Paradise Palms, on the road heading west to east in quadrant H9:

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South-west of the Paradise Palms race track, on the road heading south towards Paradise Palms, quadrant I7:

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The Season 9 Battle Pass has arrived - which you can read in more detail thanks to Fortnite patch notes - alongside new Fortnite Challenges. These include finding oversized phone, big piano and giant Dancing Fish Trophy locations, plus Fortnite Air Vent locations and Fortnite Sky Platform locations. There are also new Fortnite Fortbyte locations to discover and Utopia Battle Star locations and a new Victory Umbrella to earn, too. And, for a limited time only, there's the Fortnite John Wick event.


How to record a speed of 27 at different Radar Signs in Fortnite

For the Week 5 Challenges, you are tasked with the following:

  • Record a speed of 27 or more on different Radar Signs (5 total, 5 Battle Stars)

Across the map are a number of Radar Signs. These are similar to Flaming Hoops, in a way, requiring you to get yourself a Golf Cart but, rather than jump through a hoop, instead speed past the sign at either 27 miles per hour or higher:

The Radar Sign locations aren't the easiest to find, but with our map above the main thing you'll be looking for is a Golf Cart, otherwise known as an ATK.

These are found in random spots throughout the map, though tend to cluster closer to certain named locations (Lazy Links, the desert race track and Paradise Palms tend to spawn more ATK golf carts than elsewhere, for example).

Our best luck has been at the race track, where one warehouse-like building on the eastern side of the track often has several ready for you to take.

To complete the task, you simply need to drive past the Radar Signs, one at a time, at a speed of 27 miles per hour or above. It's not too hard - that's below the carts' top speed, thankfully - and you can make your life easier by making sure you approach from the side the sign is actually facing, so you can see your speed on the sign itself as you head towards it.

Of course, as always, you'll want to finish the match to make sure it actually completes. If you're all done, cycle back to our main Fortnite Challenges hub page for advice on how to complete many more.

Additional writing by Matthew Reynolds.

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