Family Portrait

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The hunt for an antique battery forces Lifeline, Gibraltar, Octane and Pathfinder to confront their pasts, as families are reunited, secrets are uncovered, and their loved ones are taken hostage! But who's the real villain in this story? You only think you know...
Family Portrait tab overview.

Family Portrait was a quest in Season 7.svg Season 7.

Treasure Pack Rewards[edit | edit source]

Playing Duos, Trios, or Ranked Leagues, players can find Treasure Pack.svg Treasure Packs in-game, once per day (players can also purchase all the available Treasure Packs for Apex Coins 25).

Every seven Treasure Packs collected unlocks Challenge Stars 1, Crafting Metals 15, Challenge Stars 1, an Apex Pack Icon.png Apex Pack, Challenge Stars 1, Crafting Metals 15, and a new Story Page along with an Epic CosmeticIcon Charms.png Charm, respectively.

There were seven Story Pages, one released per week, needing a total of 57 Treasure Packs to unlock - Page 1 was unlocked after the first Treasure Pack is collected.

After all Story Pages were collected and read, the player would’ve gotten three rewards: the Redeye Hemlok Burst AR Skin, an Apex Pack Icon.png Apex Pack, and the Life Lineage CosmeticIcon Charms.png Charm.

Story Progress[edit | edit source]

This quest's story is told through a comic divided into seven parts. The narrator is Octane.

"Requiem for a Smiley Face"[edit | edit source]

"Party Crashers"[edit | edit source]

"Mother Knows Best"[edit | edit source]

"The Blame Game"[edit | edit source]

"The Happy Ending"[edit | edit source]

"A Legendary Comeback"[edit | edit source]

"Home"[edit | edit source]

Quest Rewards[edit | edit source]

Weapon Skins
Weapon Charms

Continuation[edit | edit source]

Respawn reached out to a community artist to draw the epilogue of the quest. The following comics were released on Twitter.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Pathfinder's SRVN MRVN skin makes an appearance in the comic, making it canonical. When it was pointed out that Pathfinder changed his entire body just to go to a party, writer Tom Casiello stated the inclusion of the skin was debated internally. Ultimately, "it's just fun" won over logic and Tom asked people not to dwell on it or overthink it.[3]

References[edit | edit source]