Fortnite Clock locations explained: Where to visit different clocks in Fortnite

Where to visit Clock locations in Fortnite.

Finding Clock locations is one of many Fortnite Challenges to complete.

It tasks you with visiting three different Clocks across the map - which are featured in several named locations.


Note this particular challenge is no longer able to be completed. So what's changed since? Check out the Fortnite Season 8 Battle Pass skins, the new Fortnite map changes and the Victory Umbrella.


Fortnite Clock locations at a glance

Clock locations are in named locations throughout the map, with clock towers being the primary source for the challenge.

Here are the Fortnite Clock locations at a glance:

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Fortnite Clock locations map

The challenge is visit each one. Specifically, the Fortnite Clock locations are:

  • South-west in Neo Tilted
  • South-west in Junk Junction
  • Middle of Sunny Steps

Whether intentionally or due to a bug, the clock tower in Happy Hamlet does not count towards this challenge - so you'll have to opt for one of the others for now.

Fortnite Clock locations in detail

Here's a closer look at the specific Clock locations in Fortnite:

South-west in Neo Tilted, where you'll find a digital clocktower. Float through the ticker at the top:

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South-west in Junk Junction you'll find Tilted Tower's old clock tower. You need to visit the clock face that's on the floor next to it.

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Middle of Sunny Steps is a sundial - which yes, counts as a clock!

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All done? There are more Fortnite Challenges and Fortbyte locations to complete.


Season 8 and The Sideways have arrived in Fortnite. You can now start collecting the Season 8 Battle Pass skins, using the Sideways weapons, partaking in Sideways encounters, investigate the map changes and obtain the new Victory Umbrella! Make a start on the Season 8 questlines, with the IO Heist and finding IO guards and mending locations for Baba Yaga. You can also start collecting colour bottles for Tonna Fish and completing the new character collection.


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