This is our guide compiling the Fortnite stop sign locations, detailing how to destroy stop signs with the Catalyst outfit.

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The new seasonal event for Fortnite Battle Royale is now live, and there"s a brand new task to "destroy stop signs with the Catalyst oufit." In this Fortnite stop signs guide, we"ll be detailing all the various Fortnite stop sign locations, so you know where to head on the map to destroy all 10 signs as quickly as possible.

Fortnite Stop Sign Locations

Just below, you can see our complete map of all the Fortnite stop sign locations. You can find multiple stop signs in Pleasant Park, Paradise Palms, and Salty Springs, and you"ll need to destroy multiple signs at each location in order to complete this challenge.

Our map to the stop sign locations. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Epic Games

Fortnite Catalyst Outfit

To begin completing the Fortnite stop sign challenge, you"re firstly going to need to equip the new Catalyst skin. If you"re not familiar with this skin, it was the very first one you unlocked when you purchased the new Season 10 Battle Pass, so don"t worry about having to unlock it through grinding out Battle Pass reward tiers.

Note however that you don"t need to find all 10 stop sign locations in the same Fortnite Battle Royale match. Instead, you can take however many matches of Battle Royale you need to track down one stop sign after the other.

How to Destroy the Fortnite Stop Signs

When you"ve found any of the stop sign locations that we"ve detailed above, you"ll simply need to destroy the sign. This can be done really easily, by either hammering away at it with your harvesting tool, or destroying it with weapons or explosives.

One of the many stop signs. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Epic Games

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