Fortnite Warning Sign Locations: Where to Place Warning Signs

This Fortnite warning sign locations guide will show you where to place warning signs around Dirty Docks, so you can complete the week 14 challenge in Chapter 2 Season 7.

You’ll need to place four of these signs in total around the island and you can find Fortnite warning signs in Pleasant Park, Misty Meadows and Dirty Docks. While you’re free to place these wherever you want, the easiest place to complete this challenge is Dirty Docks, as it’s the only location that has four warning sign locations.

Where to Place Warning Signs in Fortnite – Week 14 Challenge

We’ve marked the four Fortnite warning signs in Dirty Docks on the map below:

dirty docks warning sign locations

Each number on the map also corresponds to each of the following warning sign locations we’ve listed below, in case you need some additional guidance.

Warning Sign #1

where to place warning signs in fortnite

By the forklift next to the northwest corner of the building with the three slopes on its roof.

Fortnite Warning Sign Location #2

fortnite warning sign locations

Behind the warehouse in the very north of the named location. It has graffiti sprayed along the whole north wall, so it’s easy to know you’re in the right place.

Warning Sign #3

where to place warning signs in fortnite

By the wall in the parking lot right in the center of Dirty Docks, by the two barriers.

Fortnite Warning Sign Location #4

fortnite warning sign locations

The fourth and final Fortnite warning sign in Dirty Docks can be found at the bottom of the cranes, right by the water.

Once you’ve placed four of these signs, you’ll complete this legendary quest and earn yourself 30,000 XP to help you level up your Battle Pass.

There you have the Fortnite warning sign locations needed to complete the week 14 challenge. For more tips and tricks, head over to our wiki, or see more of our coverage on the game below.

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Chris Jecks has been covering the games industry for over eight years. He typically covers new releases, FIFA, Fortnite, any good shooters, and loves nothing more than a good Pro Clubs session with the lads. Chris has a History degree from the University of Central Lancashire. He spends his days eagerly awaiting the release of BioShock 4.