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Fortnite Wind Turbine locations explained

Where to visit all Wind Turbine locations in a single match in Fortnite.

Finding Wind Turbine locations is one of many Fortnite Challenges to complete.

It tasks you with visiting them all in a single match, and though they are close proximity to one another, it's not as easy as it first appears.


Note this particular challenge is no longer able to be completed. What's new? Chapter 3 Season 2 has arrived! New additions include red and blue lines on the Fortnite map and Rebuilding quests, including finding and destroying a IO Build Jammer. You can also learn how to get XP fast in Fortnite.


Fortnite Wind Turbine locations

Where to find Wind Turbines in Fortnite is thankfully fairly simple, as they all appear around one location - the north-west of the map.

Not only that, there are two more than you need to complete the challenge:

Fortnite Wind Turbine locations map

Specifically, the Fortnite Wind Turbine locations are around Pleasant Park, and east of Snobby Shores, all on mountain tops.

They are visible from the air and from afar, too, so even if you forget where they are exactly, a quick glance around you should help you out.

How to visit five Wind Turbine locations in a single match in Fortnite

Though the Wind Turbine locations are in close proximity to one another, and there's two more than you need with seven total on the map, reaching five - and surviving - is easier said than done.

There are two difficulties at play - how to get to them, and doing so safely. For the Wind Turbine location to count, you have to stand on the viewing platform at the top. You can get to these via zip wires that lead to them, but they are often up on top of mountains - not the easiest places to reach on foot. If you can, getting into the Baller makes this process much easier.

The other question is one of survival. Though you can do this in regular competitive matches, it might be easier to do so after the week the challenge has debuted, since everyone else will be doing the same.

The easiest and most stress-free way is to play on an LTM - or Limited Time Mode, such as Team Rumble - where you are up against fewer competitors, especially if respawns are enabled, such as Team Rumble. That way, you can spend as long as you like - circle permitting - to reach the five you need.

Plus, these modes tend to have better mobility options, such as the Grappler, which have yet to be vaulted.

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


Chapter 3 Season 2 has arrived! New additions include the Prowler skin, along with the return of jetpacks and Choppas. As we enter Season 2's final month, it's a good idea to know how to get XP fast in Fortnite. You can also complete Resistance challenges, including collecting signal jammers and finding an energy fluctuation. Don't forget about the Seasonal challenges, which include planting saplings and call an Air Strike on a tank. Meanwhile Victory Crowns and the character collection have returned, along with a new Victory Umbrella to earn.


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