Season 7 of Fortnite has been arguably one of the best since Chapter 2 was released all the way back in 2019, as it has implemented an ample amount of content for players to check out over the Summer months.
Weekly challenges are back once again and the best way for players to quickly level up their seasonal battle pass, as it offers an ample amount of XP for players to earn.
If you are looking for an easy way to complete this challenge, we are going to break it all down for you below!
Fortnite Season 7 CB Radio locations
In total, there is around 11 radios that are scattered all around the Fortnite map that players will have the chance to find, but the challenge only requires you to interact with one.
Finding the radios is very easy, as there are so many around the island, it will be hard to miss some of them. With this said, there are only two locations that they’ll spawn, Believer Beach and Retail Row.
Here are all the locations of the CB Radios.
Once you are within these locations circled on the map, you are going to be looking for a table with a very small radio on top of it. This is the CB Radio and you will have to go up to it and use your interact key, and you will be one step closer to completing this challenge.
Dexerto says “This is one of the easier Legendary challenges to complete for week five of Season 7’s challenges, as noted above, there are 11 CB Radios around the map, and you will only need to collect one. While some of the tricky challenges will include finding and using one of the new Alien Nanites, as they are super rare within chests, so this will take some additional time to complete.”
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