The next Warframe coming to Digital Extremes’ constantly-expanding game is Baruuk, who the developers have described as a “reluctant warrior” and even a “pacifist.” This week, the team gave a demonstration of all of his abilities in a live devstream, and Baruuk looks like he’ll be an interesting Warframe to play both solo and as part of a team.
The next part of Warframe’s Fortuna expansion, which focuses on a resistance movement on Venus, takes players to the surface to fight a massive spider walker, called The Prophet Taker.
During its Friday devstream, Digital Extremes unveiled the next Warframe coming to the game: Baruuk, who the team described as a “reluctant warrior” who is styled on nomadic African tribes’ traditional clothing.
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Xbox One officially gets its long-promised mouse and keyboard support in today’s big November update. Warframe and Fortnite are the first games to support the feature, and plenty more will follow both this month and in the months to come. That’s a great thing for console players who want a more precise input method for shooters and strategy games, but there are some long-term benefits for PC players, too.
November 9, 2018 Warframe’s concurrent player count record is now over 131k.
Warframe’s Fortuna expansion launches very soon, and fans have one simply request for the development team: please don’t crunch. A “gentle reminder” to Digital Extremes currently sits at the top of the game’s subreddit, asking the developers to put their health ahead of the game.
Warframe’s Fortuna expansion is set to launch this month, and Digital Extremes has stoked the fires of anticipation with Solaris United – an ARG that’s offering a roundabout path to fresh lore and new in-game items. The event is running principally through Discord, and helps to tell the story of the titular rebel group, which will be the main player-allied faction in Fortuna.
Garuda is one of the new Warframes revealed this year at TennoCon, and Friday we got to see her in action during Digital Extreme’s devstream. The developers say they’ve focused on making her a gory, elegant frame, and those attributes are instantly apparent when Garuda gets into combat.
Warframe gets an even bigger new open world locale on Venus, and developer Digital Extremes has finally confirmed when you’ll be able to get into the new Fortuna expansion. The free update launches in November, and as usual will debut first on PC via Steam. The devs say the new map will be at least four times bigger than the Plains of Eidolon, and that’s not the only big addition.