Overview[edit | edit source]
A quest's story is divided into parts that get unlocked on a weekly basis. For "The Broken Ghost", the story is told through on-screen text with each part having a different narrator. For the later quests, the story is told through comics done by Dark Horse Comics. Completing the quest's story will reward the player with an Epic weapon skin and a Legendary Charm.
Missions[edit | edit source]
Quests sometimes come with PvE missions. So far, the only quest that has them is "The Broken Ghost".
Rewards[edit | edit source]
Quests also serve as a login bonus. Once per day, players can collect a Treasure Pack from a random supply bin.
Players can purchase any missed Treasure Packs for 25 each.
List of Quests[edit | edit source]
|Season||Quest||Description||PvE Enemies||PvE Map|
|"The Broken Ghost"||Loba Andrade hunts for nine pieces of a priceless relic, and compels the other Legends to help her assemble it. But the true price of success might be more than anyone is willing to pay.||Prowlers,
Kings Canyon After Dark
|"The First Ship"||Modder Ramya "Rampart" Parekh needs capital to rebuild her incinerated shop—and those treasure packs scattered around World's Edge and Kings Canyon are looking nice and valuable. Help her nick a few and she might let you skim off the top.||None||None|
|"Family Portrait"||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...|
|"Armageddon"||Mad Maggie, a Salvonian freedom fighter and Fuse's oldest friend, has unleashed mayhem upon the Apex Games! She makes only one demand: THE LEGENDS MUST BRING HER FUSE'S OTHER ARM AS A TROPHY! Fuse, Lifeline, and Bloodhound team up to take her down – but will tensions within the group destroy them before they get the chance?|
Community-drawn comics[edit | edit source]
Each of the current quests have continuations that are not found in the game; they are comics that are posted on the official Twitter account. Instead of Dark Horse Comics, these comics were done by artists from the community. The comics are still canon since they were officially commissioned.
According to the writer Tom Casiello, some of the reasons they do this include the following:
- It allow artists to be experimental and play with panel size/shape/layout. There are many restrictions placed on the in-game comics, such as limits to the number of panels or being limited to only rectangular panels. It also minimizes scrutiny on the artist.
- It prevents spoilers from dataminers, since the Twitter comics cannot be found in the game. This is Tom Casiello's personal favorite reason.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]