Set in the far reaches of outer space during a new Dark Age, WarFrame introduces the Tenno, a race on the brink of extinction after being enslaved by the Grineer for centuries. Players enter WarFrame on the cusp of the Grineer’s victory over the Tenno until they begin to arm themselves with WarFrames – an ancient exo-skeletal technology only they can operate. Hidden within the Orokin Derelicts of a lost civilization, new WarFrames lie dormant and undiscovered. These artifacts are the Tenno’s only hope for survival.
WarFrame is a free-to-play fast-action PvE shooter set in an evolving sci-fi world. Some would call it MMO-Lite as squads of four players band together to advance their characters and battle the oppression of the genocidal Grineer. Throughout their combat missions, players will continually increase the power and abilities of their WarFrame and weapons. Players will raid new areas of space searching for exotic and powerful weapons and WarFrame augmentations to customize their arsenal. With WarFrame’s Automatic Mission Generator, the game will offer endless replay as levels are procedurally configured for a unique raid — every time.
Digital Extremes invites Warframe players and community members to its fourth and final Devstream of the quarter, hosted by Rebecca Ford (Director of Community and Live Operations, Voice of Warframe’s The Lotus) and Megan Everett (Senior Community Manager), as the developer and publisher takes viewers on a tour of upcoming improvements and gameplay enhancements launching with Echoes of the Zariman, an update to the recently released Angels of the Zariman expansion coming soon.
Devstream viewers can expect a substantial update on what’s launching with Echoes of the Zariman, including a first look at new cosmetics, weapons, and overall improvements to the Angels of the Zariman gameplay experience that addresses player and community feedback.
With Digital Extremes’ annual TennoCon Warframe celebration on the horizon, taking place digitally across multiple streaming platforms on July 16, Devstream 162 viewers will also receive a small update on what to expect from the digital event and will even get a sneak peek at some of TennoCon’s digital offerings to players. Viewers will also be treated to Twitch Drops and other giveaways and can earn a Veiled Riven Cipher by linking their account and tuning in.
Tune in Friday, May 27, 2022 (2 p.m. ET) on Twitch or on YouTube, as well as on Nintendo Switch ‘s free YouTube App.
Warframe’s monthly Devstreams will resume later this year, following the conclusion of its annual Warframe celebration TennoCon in July.
Warframe is available on PS4, PS5, PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Nintendo Switch.
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