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Fortnite‘s latest crossover event is now underway. This time, the Caped Crusader Batman has invaded Epic’s popular battle royale shooter, bringing new Batman-themed skins, gadgets, and more to the game, not to mention a set of limited-time Batman challenges. You’ll have until October 1 to clear these and unlock other Batman-inspired cosmetics, including a special Catwing Glider.
Thankfully, most of the challenges are straightforward, so you shouldn’t have much trouble completing them. However, one task that’ll require you to do a bit of searching is to light different Bat Signals outside of Gotham City. If you’re not sure where those are, don’t worry–we show you exactly where you need to go below.
Where Are The Bat Signal Locations?
As the challenge states, you’ll need to light Bat Signals outside of Gotham City–the new Rift Zone that appeared where Titled Town was previously located. There are several signals scattered around the island, most of which are located in the northwestern portion of the map, but you only need to light three of them to complete this challenge. We’ve marked down all the locations of the Bat Signals we’ve found below.
How To Complete The Challenge
Fortunately, once you know where to look, this challenge is simply a matter of making your way to a Bat Signal and interacting with it to light it. The Bat Signals can be lit by multiple players, so don’t worry if you see someone else activate one before you; it will turn off shortly afterward, allowing you to light it as well. Once you’ve lit three signals, you’ll complete the challenge and take home 10 Battle Stars for your efforts.
As previously mentioned, the Fortnite Batman challenges will be available until October 1, so you have until then to complete them and unlock their corresponding rewards. Epic is also selling a Batman Caped Crusader Pack from Fortnite’s in-game store until October 6, which includes two different Batman outfits, a Batwing-styled glider, and a Batman-themed harvesting tool. October 6 is the same day Season 10 of Fortnite is scheduled to end, according to Epic’s website, so if you need help finishing up any remaining challenges before then, be sure to check out our Fortnite Season 10 challenges hub.