Fortnite Time Trials locations explained

Completing Time Trial and its many respected Time Trial locations is one of Fortnite’s many weekly challenges.

Completing it will give you additional XP to help you earn many Season 7 rewards. Please note that you will need to have a Battle Pass in order to take on this challenge.

Please note that this particular challenge can no longer be completed. What’s new? Chapter 4 Season 2 has arrived! New additions include Grind Rails and Kinetic Blades, along with the new Battle Pass, character collection, and Eren Jaeger skin. It’s a good idea to know how to get XP quickly in Fortnite.

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Fortnite Time Trial Locations

Everyone’s favorite (not really) challenge is back! Luckily, while you only need to complete a total of two time trials, there are a total of three time trial locations we’ve found so far in Fortnite, giving you some breathing room:

Fortnite Timed Trial Locations Map (Season 7)

This time they must be completed on an X-4 Stormwing aircraft, but as for the tests themselves specifically, they are:

Northwest of Lazy Links, at the edge of the map in quadrant E2:

South of Loneley Lodge, at the eastern end of the map, between J5 and J6:

South of Frosty Flights, in the southwest corner of the map, on the A9:

Do you find it difficult to complete them? The following section on how Time Trials work in Fortnite may be helpful.

Otherwise, once you’re done, there are plenty of other challenges to take on this week, so keep playing!

How time trials work in Fortnite

For the week 9 challenges, you have the following task:

  • Complete Timed Trials in a Stormwing X-4 (2 total, 10 Battle Stars)

Season 5 and 6 Battle Pass owners will recognize this challenge, and it’s pretty similar (and actually easier: you only need to complete two instead of three or five, and you also get 10 Battle Stars instead of five. . Get happy!).

So what does it entail? Firstly, you’ll need to find a plane – our Fortnite X-4 Stormwing plane locations page can help you!

Otherwise, various timed trials have appeared across the map, usually represented by a holographic-style stopwatch. This time, however, they’re much easier to find: they appear in the sky, in the form of a giant blue circle with a plane in the middle, because you have to complete them in an X-4 Stormwing plane.

To activate a time trial, you must find the symbol and fly through it.

This will immediately start a time trial. To complete it, you must fly through each of the blue markers that appear nearby. In our experience, it can be quite difficult, but it should be doable if you are a decent pilot.

Our advice is to activate the test first, then look where you need to fly, practice and, in the worst case, try again, now you know where to go.

Once it’s complete, make sure to finish the match, even if the in-game tracker says it’s counted, just to be completely sure it was correctly added to the challenge total.

Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 4 is here! To help you get started with this heist-themed season, we have guides on how to alert a security camera, protect data from Forecast Towers, and destroy weakened security walls or doors. There’s also a new Victory Umbrella! In the meantime, learn what the best weapons are, the current boosts, how to get XP quickly, how to use the best PC builds, and earn a crown of victory.

What were Fortnite time trials like before?

Fancy a little nostalgia? This is how the Fortnite time trials were in season 5:

As you can see, there is little crossover between the Season 6 challenges, and obviously there are also a lot fewer cursed areas to deal with. And of course Leaky Lake was still called Loot Lake. RIP.

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