The current Warframe Prime Vault is set to close on January 29 – and the next one will open on the same day. While back-to-back Vaults are a new development, this works just like it has in the past, as a set of previously vaulted items become available once again. This time the headliners are the Ember Prime and Frost Prime, which are available as part of a top tier dual pack.
Warframe developer Digital Extremes has lifted the veil on the next couple of frames coming to the game – first up are Hildren and Wisp. The team also ran down plenty of details about what’s coming in the new year with a flexible roadmap of what’s coming in 2019. That includes the Gas City rework, an expanded version of Railjack, and a hint of what the big autumn update will look like.
Valve has published a list of the top 100 selling games of 2018 on its digital sales platform Steam, and the highest-grossing games of the year include a mix of indie hits and triple-A games that represent both traditional sales models and free-to-play.
Warframe’s Fortuna update launched last month, and developer Digital Extremes is already back with another massive update: The Profit Taker. Earlier billed as Fortuna Part II, this is a massive update that brings us a new frame and a host of missions, weapons, and plushies to collect. The free update is out on Steam today.
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.