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How to Complete Fortnite Family Portrait Challenge

Fortnite family portrait challenge guide
Finding the family portraits on the Fortnite map is easy. (Credit: Epic Games)

Season 5, Week 12's challenges are here and we'll show you where on the Fortnite map you can find the exact location of the family portrait.

New challenges are released every week in Fortnite and this one is no exception. One of the challenges for Season 5, Week 12 of Fortnite is to find a family portrait by a shipwreck. This challenge is actually very easy and simple to complete as long as you know where exactly to look. We'll show you the exact location!

Fortnite family portrait challenge
The portraits are all relatively large and have a golden frame. (Credit: Epic Games)

Week 12 Challenge: Find Family Portrait by a Shipwreck

As mentioned earlier, this challenge is quite easy and you should have completed it at Speedy Gonzales pace.

There are a number of different portraits on the map that you can interact with. However, you only need to find one to complete the challenge. There are three different locations where you can find the portraits, but the best place to do this is Shipwreck Cove. Shipwreck Cove is a landmark and therefore not a named location on the map, so you should not encounter too many enemies there. The cove is located in the south-east of the map.

Fortnite family portrait challenge location
The images highlight shipwreck cove. (Credit: Epic Games)

One portrait is in an old bathtub, another next to a washed-up wooden crate and the third in front of a red and white rescue tire. If you still have problems finding the portraits, this video should help you:

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Original article by EarlyGame's Alisa Eiber.