For some time now we’ve been looking forward to Railjack, Warframe’s next ‘leap forward’, and we just got what’s hopefully our final tease at the PC gaming show at E3 2019. Rebecca Ford of developer Digital Extremes announced that the expansion, which is properly called Empyrean, will have its full reveal stream on July 6 at TennoCon 2019.
A new Warframe Railjack trailer has shown off fresh footage for the long-awaited Railjack expansion – but you’ll have to wait until July 6 for the full reveal. But, we can tell you one thing: it’s no longer called Project Railjack, its name is Empyrean.
One of the next major chapters coming to Warframe is the New War, a cinematic quest series which, if I have it right, involves your long-time guide the Lotus returning to the ominous Sentients to prepare to wage war on the Tenno. However the quest plays out, it will involve traveling to a Sentient-themed sector, and Digital Extremes has provided a peek at what that’s going to look like.
Warframe’s latest update is live now, bringing a suite of changes to the sci-fi shooter. The Jovian Concord is now available on PC, bringing a revamped map, as well as new modes, weapons, and even a new Frame.
Digital Extremes has been teasing the next big Warframe update – The Jovian Concord – for a while now, and now we finally know when to expect it. The free update launches on PC next week, and it will bring the Gas City rework, new missions, and a big new boss to the game alongside the 40th Warframe, Wisp.
Warframe players are eagerly anticipating the arrival of Railjack, an update that will add huge customizable warships to Warframe’s ecosystem. While developer Digital Extremes hasn’t divulged exactly when Railjack will arrive, it has given us a peek at what the ship customization interface is going to look like, and it’s very pretty.
Warframe: The Jovian Concord is the next big update for the game, and – on PC, at least – it’ll be available this month. The update brings us the long-awaited Gas City rework, a new Warframe with Wisp, a new horde-style mode called Disruption, and somewhere in the clouds of Jupiter’s moon, a big new boss to battle.
Until October 2017, Warframe was a largely linear dungeon crawler. That all changed with the introduction of the Plains of Eidolon, its first open area. But the game has changed a lot even in the year-and-a-half since the Plains arrived, and they’ve been in need of an overhaul. That overhaul has just gone live.
Warframe is currently celebrating its sixth anniversary, and like all good videogame birthday events that means players are getting presents. The proper promotion for the anniversary event began today, so all the giveaways are currently yours to claim, and several of them will be given out just for logging in.