Where to find Fortnite bounty boards and get targets

Fortnite Bounty Boards
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Fortnite bounty boards are your gateway to becoming a gun for hire, as you use them to collect assassination assignments. The Fortnite bounties they initiate when you interact with them give you another player in the battle royale as a target, who you must then hunt down against the clock as their general position is gradually revealed in greater detail. There are now many of these displays around the island, which is handy as for one of the Fortnite quests you need to accept a bounty from a bounty board within 30 seconds of landing, so it pays to know how to find one quickly.

Fortnite bounty boards are useful in a number of ways. Not only can they help you track down nearby opponents or complete quests, but successfully completing Fortnite bounties will also earn you Fortnite gold bars, which can then be invested in new weapons and upgrades, useful items, or even contributing to the ongoing war effort. If you're ready to take on the challenge, then these are all of the Fortnite bounty board locations.

Fortnite Bounty Boards locations

Fortnite bounty boards locations map

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There are currently 29 Fortnite bounty boards scattered around the island. We've marked them all on the map above, which translates to these named locations and landmarks: 

  • Washout Wharf (north of Logjam Lumberyard)
  • Seven Outpost II (northwest of Logjam Lumberyard)
  • Logjam Lumberyard
  • Seven Outpost V (north of Camp Cuddle)
  • Camp Cuddle
  • Broadcast Bunker (southeast of Camp Cuddle)
  • Happy Camper (south of The Fortress)
  • Floaties Boats (south of Shifty Shafts)
  • Shifty Shafts
  • Sleepy Sound
  • The Daily Bugle
  • The Temple (northeast of The Daily Bugle)
  • Seven Outpost III (northeast of The Daily Bugle)
  • Coney Crossroads
  • Sanctuary
  • Mighty Monument (east of Sanctuary)
  • Launchpad (east of Sanctuary)
  • Seven Outpost VII (east of Sanctuary)
  • Greasy Grove
  • Seven Outpost I (southwest of Greasy Grove)
  • Turbine (south of Greasy Grove)
  • Synapse Station
  • Butter Barn (southwest of Rocky Reels)
  • Rocky Reels
  • Impossible Rock (southeast of Rocky Reels)
  • Chonker's Speedway
  • Condo Canyon
  • Seven Outpost IV (south of Condo Canyon)
  • The Joneses

How to complete Fortnite Bounties

Fortnite Bounties how to complete

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Once you accept one of the Fortnite bounties, you'll get a notification on your screen with the name of the enemy player you need to eliminate, along with a picture of their character so you know who to look for. A yellow circle will appear on your map, giving you a rough idea of where your target is, and although it only updates every few seconds you can still use it to roughly track their direction of movement. When you find the target, take them out and you'll receive a Bounty Complete notification along with your reward for completing your Fortnite bounty.

If another player eliminates the enemy player before you do, you'll get a Bounty Poached notification instead, though interestingly you'll still receive a smaller gold bars reward and for the purpose of quests it counts as one of your complete Fortnite bounties. If you're working through a quest that requires a number of bounties to be completed, it's worth accepting them wherever you can as other players may end up doing the work for you.

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