Apex Legends Mirage Heirloom Guide: How To Get It And What Does It Look Like?

Surprisingly Mirage's Heirloom is not a porkchop.

Mirage, probably one of the most self-loving characters in any game.

It's no surprise his Heirloom weapon is a trophy of himself.

What is an Heirloom weapon you ask?

Well keep reading and you'll find out!

Mirage Heirloom Guide

What Are Heirlooms And Heirloom Shards?

Heirloom Shards are a form of currency that can only be used to unlock Heirloom sets.

Heirlooms are probably the rarest cosmetic items you can get in Apex Legends.

They include melee weapons, each designed to represent the legend using them.

All have special animations that can be seen when idle or inspecting.

The sets also include a Banner Pose and an Intro Quip.

How To Get Heirloom Shards

Heirlooms Shards can be found through Apex Packs.

Technically you can buy shards, and by that we mean you can but the packs that may contain them.

Meaning it can be a bit of a gamble when buying packs with the sole purpose of getting Heirloom Shards.

You have a 1 in 500 chance of getting them.

So, if you're on your 499th Apex Pack, the next will contain Heirloom Shards!

You can then use the shards to unlock whichever legend's Heirloom set you want!

Mirage Heirloom Set

Below you can see a screenshot of what you'll see when unlocking Mirage's Heirloom set.

His Heirloom weapon is the Too Much Witt.

"A golden trophy of himself for "Best Competitor in a Battle Royale - Based on skill, but mostly looks."

The set also includes the "You Really Love Me" Banner Pose and "Excited to see you all in the ring. Don’t worry, there’s plenty of ‘mes’ to go around" Intro Quip.

You can see what Mirage's Heirloom weapon looks like in-game through the video below.

Jump to 12:07 for Mirage.

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