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Where to visit different clocks in Fortnite for the season 9, week 8 challenge

They're not close to each other.

Fortnite: Battle Royale players have just received a new set of challenges to complete as part of season nine, week eight. One of them will ask players to travel around the island looking for three clocks.

You can progress through this challenge in any game mode you want, except Playground. Modes with respawning enabled or the special limited-time modes from the 14 Days of Summer event will count normally, and you might even have an easier time finishing it off in them.

Related: All daily unvaulted weapons in Fortnite’s 14 Days of Summer event.

You can visit these three clocks in any order and in as many matches as you want. There’s no need to rush it.

These clocks are all on the west part of the map, but they’re far away from each other. You might need more than a single match to complete this challenge and get a reward.

All clock locations

Neo Tilted

A digital clock is still a clock, which means the holographic one southwest of Neo Tilted is one of the three you must visit.

Screengrab via Epic Games

Junk Junction

The last clock was left on the ground at Junk Junction. It’s ready to be destroyed and become junk, but it still works for you to complete this challenge.

Screengrab via Epic Games

Between Paradise Palms and Fatal Fields

Another clock can be found southwest of Paradise Palms and southeast of Fatal Fields. It’s on a hill on the edge of the desert area of the map.

Screengrab via Epic Games

Once you visit all of these clocks, you’ll earn some Battle Stars and maybe level up your season nine Battle Pass.

Correction June 27 10am CT: This article previously said that one of the clocks for this challenge was in Happy Hamlet. There is a clock in Happy Hamlet, but visiting it doesn’t work for this challenge. It’s unclear if this is a bug or intended by Epic.