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Fortnite Stop Sign locations explained

The quickest way to find Stop Sign locations in Fortnite.

Finding Stop Sign locations are one of many Fortnite Challenges to complete.

It tasks you with destroying 10 signs with the Catalyst outfit - available when you purchase the Battle Pass - a task that's thankfully easier than it looks.


Note this particular challenge is no longer able to be completed. What's new? Chapter 3 Season 3 has arrived! New additions include Reality Seeds and Saplings and riding animals, along with the new Battle Pass, characters collection and map changes. It's a good idea to know how to get XP fast in Fortnite.


Fortnite Stop Sign locations at a glance

Here are Stop Sign locations we've found so far:

Fortnite Stop Sign locations

Essentially, certain named locations have multiple Stop Sign locations. Between them, you'll find more than the 10 you need to complete the challenge.

These include:

  • Pleasant Park
  • Mega Mall
  • Salty Springs
  • A lone Stop Sign in the middle of the frozen lake

Visit any of the above named locations with the Catalyst outfit - available when you purchase the Battle Pass - to get started.

How Fortnite Stop Signs work

The good news with Fortnite Stop Sign locations is there are many more on the map than what you need - and they all cluster in residential areas, such as Pleasant Park, Salty Springs west side of Mega Mall.

A Stop Sign is a red sign by the pavement, where the road meets another or a pedestrian crossing (hence why they are there - to tell vehicles to stop!). Smash it with your axe and it'll add one to your challenge total.

Now continue exploring the named locations mentioned above until you get as many as you need.

You can find multiple Stop Signs in a variety of named locations - plus one on the frozen lake!

If Stop Signs aren't there, remember that once they are destroyed, they are removed from the map for other players to see. As such, we recommend acting quickly, getting to those locations as fast as you can, or using a mode such as Team Rumble where the competition might be a little less fierce.

Remember, if the challenge isn't activating, make sure you have equipped the Catalyst outfit - available when you purchase the Battle Pass - first!

All done? There are more Fortnite Challenges to complete.


Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 4 is here and with it comes a new Battle Pass! This season has introduced EvoChrome weapons, Chrome Splash locations and the ability to phase through walls. There are also new vault locations and map changes. The Paradise quests are this season's storyline challenges, including destorying Chrome objects to collect Chrome anomalies. Make sure to check out the upcoming The Herald skin too! Meanwhile, learn how to get XP fast, earn the Victory Umbrella and Victory Crowns.


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