Fortnite: Where to Find Graffiti Covered Billboards

fortnite graffiti covered billboards locations

Week 2 of Fortnite Season 10 has arrived, and with it have come an array of exciting Spray and Pray challenges to complete. As implied by the overarching name of these challenges, the Spray and Pray Challenges are primarily focused on spray paint and graffiti, and players are now out there searching for lost spray cans in Fortnite, hunting for gas stations to spray, and more. Additionally, one of the Fortnite Season 10 Week 2 challenges is tasking players with visiting graffiti covered billboards, and this article covers exactly how to do that.

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For those that are looking to visit graffiti covered billboards in a single match of Fortnite, this task is quite straightforward indeed. As the description suggests, players must simply locate two graffiti covered billboards in one Fortnite match to complete this Spray and Pray challenge. Thus, the question for most players will become where to find graffiti covered billboards in Fortnite, and the locations of two such billboards can be seen in this map.

fortnite graffiti covered billboards locations

As players that view this map will see, there are two Fortnite graffiti covered billboards in very close proximity to one another, with one located at Shifty Shafts and the other to the southwest of Salty Springs. Certainly, it is not extremely difficult to make it to both of these locations in a single match, and the challenge is made even easier by the fact that the graffiti covered billboards in Fortnite are very clearly marked with yellow smiley faces.

Once players have located these graffiti covered billboards, it may be time to move on to another challenge that asks players to spray a fountain, junkyard crane, and vending machine in Fortnite. Unlike the billboards in the challenge outlined here, these locations are spread out across the map, which makes this Fortnite Season 10 Week 2 challenge slightly more difficult than finding graffiti covered billboards.

All of this said, Fortnite Season 10 is not only about completing challenges, as a powerful new vehicle, the B.R.U.T.E. mech, is now wreaking havoc on the battle royale sensation. While some may be wondering if Epic Games should vault or nerf the BRUTE mech in Fortnite, there is no question that the vehicle has brought something unique to the game.

Fortnite is out now in early access for Android, iOS, PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One.

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Source: IGN

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