Fortnite Stop Sign Locations Guide - Where To Destroy Signs With Catalyst Outfit For Spray & Pray Challenge

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Season X of Fortnite: Battle Royale is underway on all platforms, and a lot has changed in this season. Not only are there new areas of the map to explore and new mech vehicles to pilot, but there's a new Battle Pass, which grants holders access to an assortment of challenges and rewards. While these challenges work a little differently than they did in past seasons, you ultimately still need to complete various objectives to earn Battle Stars, such as one asking you to destroy stop signs with the Catalyst outfit. If you need help finding them, we've put together this guide showing you where the stop signs are located and how to complete the challenge.

As previously mentioned, challenges have been revamped in Season X. In past season, Epic offered new missions to complete on a weekly basis, some of which were available to everyone, even if they didn't own a Battle Pass. Season X does away with these free missions. Now, most of the challenges are gated behind the pass, so you'll need to pick one up if you're hoping to get the most out of the new season.

The challenges are also now grouped into different themed sets. Three tasks are available from the outset, with additional ones unlocking as you complete them. The first themed set is called Road Trip, and it features a couple of tasks that may give you some trouble if you're not too familiar with the island, including this stop sign challenge. You can see more Fortnite Season X challenges and guides in our roundup.

Where Are The Stop Sign Locations?

The stop signs that you need to destroy are scattered all around the island. You need to vandalize a total of 10 in order to complete this challenge. Fortunately, you don't need to destroy all 10 within a single match, so you can jump into a game, visit an area where a few of the signs are bunched together, then get eliminated and repeat the process until you've completed the challenge.

The most stop signs can be found in Pleasant Park, which is home to 10 of them, so you can potentially clear this challenge in one go if you land there--although it will surely be a hotbed, as other players will be looking to complete this challenge as well. If you'd prefer to avoid the crowd, you can find three stop signs scattered around Salty Springs, and another two by Mega Mall. We've also found at least two stop signs around Paradise Palms, so you have plenty of options to choose from. You can see some locations in the map below.

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How To Complete The Challenge

As the challenge name states, it isn't enough to simply destroy the stop signs; you need to be doing so while wearing the Catalyst skin, which is unlocked at the first tier of the Season X Battle Pass. Equip the skin, then located some signs and destroy them using either your Harvesting Tool or any weapons you're able to pick up during the round. Once you finally manage to break all 10 stop signs, you'll complete the challenge and earn 10 Battle Stars.

Season X has only just begun, and much has changed in the game. Be sure to check out our Fortnite Season X hub, where you can find more details about what's new this season, from all of the new unlockable skins and cosmetics to the Season 10 patch notes.

Fortnite Season X Challenges

Road Trip

  • Visit Drift-painted Durr Burger Head, a Dinosaur, and a Stone Head Statue (3)
  • Deal damage to opponents while riding in a vehicle (200)
  • Destroy stop signs with the Catalyst outfit (10)
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