Finding Sky Platforms is one of Fortnite's many Weekly Challenges.
Completing all Sky Platform locations gives you additional XP to help go towards your many Season 9 rewards.
If you're just getting started, our Fortnite Battle Royale tips and tricks can provide some helpful hints.
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Fortnite Sky Platform locations map
As with last season's Pirate Camp locations, you need to visit every single Sky Platform location on the map for the opening week's set of challenges.
There are seven Fortnite Sky Platform locations in total to find:
Here's all 7 Fortnite Sky Platform locations at a glance:
- South-west of Pleasant Park
- Lazy Lagoon
- Pressure Plant
- South-west of Dusty Divot
- West of Shifty Shafts
- Between Fatal Fields and Salty Springs
- North of Paradise Palms
Fortnite Sky Platform locations in detail
In closer detail, the Fortnite Sky Platform locations are:
South-west of Pleasant Park, high above the middle of the three mountains:
Lazy Lagoon, just to the west:
Pressure Plant, just to the east:
South-west of Dusty Divot, not far from the tree-filled divot:
West of Shifty Shafts:
Between Fatal Fields and Salty Springs:
North of Paradise Palms, next to the large mountain:
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How to complete all 7 Fortnite Sky Platform locations
For the Week 1 Challenges, you are tasked with the following:
- Visit all Sky Platforms (7 total, 5 Battle Stars)
Across the map are Sky Platforms. These are floating structures introduced to Fortnite Season 8, tying into the season's new futuristic theme.
These are hovering high above the map, some near notable named locations - such as Lazy Lagoon and Shifty Shafts - and others a little further adrift.
They are easily visible from the Battle Bus, so it shouldn't be hard to spot one from afar.
If you are flying in, remember to land it on proper - clipping it might not register your arrival, and thus, won't count towards your challenge total.
You can also visit them from the ground, too, thanks to the cyclones that can help you fly up to the platform itself.
In order to complete the Sky Platform locations, you need to visit all seven. As with other challenges, you must do these as you play matches (you cannot enter the map without other players) so you'll have to do your best to avoid opponents as you attempt to find each location.
Remember there are chests and other items to find on Sky Platforms, so visiting them in future matches is a good idea to help you gear up for the battle ahead.
When you are done, there are plenty of other Challenges to take on this week - so keep playing!