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Where to find no swimming signs in Fortnite

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If you're looking for a Fortnite no swimming sign, we're ready to report you to the authorities. While we wait for the Fortnite Chapter 2 season 2 release date (opens in new tab), the overtime challenges are here to keep us going in the meantime. As part of your latest batch of objectives, it's up to you to find these special signposts, and just absolutely ignore them.

That said, you only need to find two Fortnite no swimming sign spots and swim near them, so hopefully you can get in and out before the in-game fuzz turn up to give you a good ticking off. Below we'll show you more than than just the two you need, because we're good like that, so you can just pop by the sign closest to where your current location.

Fortnite no swimming sign locations

So, to help you get this challenge done and dusted as quickly as possible, the Fortnite no swimming sign locations are:

  • On west side of Sweaty Sands, on the beach
  • At the top of the large waterfall - known as Gorgeous Gorge - north west of Lazy Lake
  • On the north side of the Hydro 16 dam, northwest of Misty Meadows

Once you've found each sign, hope into the nearest body of water you can find on two occasions to complete the challenge. It's nice and simple, so long as you don't get caught: you never know who's watching.

If you're looking for battle royale goodness, take a look at everything confirmed to come to the game next week in the Fortnite patch notes 11.40 (opens in new tab). The headline feature is known as sidegrading, which let's you change weapon types in return for resources, such as an AR to Heavy AR. Perfect for when you haven't found exactly the right weapons you need. 

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