Where are the Sky Platforms in Fortnite? Season 9 has landed and it’s all change when it comes to Epic Games’ battle royale arena of death. The Unvaulting event let us bring back the Drum Gun from the dead, the volcano smashed Tilted Towers and Retail Row with molten rock, and now – which we know from the Fortnite season 9 patch notes, that the Fortnite season 9 map now features the refreshed spots of Mega Mall and Neo Tilted.
But, instead, we’re interested in where you can visit the Fortnite Sky Platforms. These areas seems to be the refreshed version of the Pirate Camps that cropped up across the map last season, but you’re going to need to make sure you don’t suffer from vertigo this time.
In better news, this is a free Fortnite challenge, so that means you don’t need to buy the new Battle Pass and spend your hard-earned Fortnite V-Bucks to get the reward for it. But, then again, you would miss out on these cool Fortnite season 9 skins. Whether you decide the go for the Battle Pass or not, here’s where you can visit Sky Platforms in Fortnite.
Fortnite Sky Platforms locations
The Sky Platforms are stages suspended in the air by the new slipstream tubes. That means you can easily get up to them if you haven’t dived to them straight away from the beginning. These tubes are everywhere on this new futuristic map, so it shouldn’t be too taxing for you to get around.
You need to visit all seven to complete this week 1 task, so, here are all Fortnite Sky Platforms locations:
- South-east of the volcano (Pressure Plant)
- South-west of Lazy Lagoon
- South of Salty Springs
- East of Neo Tilted
- West of Shifty Shafts
- South-west of Pleasant Park
- North of Paradise Palms
And there you go, that’s where you can visit all Sky Platforms in Fortnite. When you’re done here, take a look at our Fortnite Fortbytes locations guide to find the first pieces of the puzzle which will tell us all about the mysterious story surrounding this ninth season. For now, just make sure you don’t look down.