In the fall of 2015, the loot shooter Warframe added the playable Earth elemental Atlus. Of this guy, Digital Extremes said “Atlas uses his titan-like size and strength, and an arsenal of powers fueled by rock and stone, to grind his opposition into dust.” But even this wasn’t apparently enough for him, as three years later, he’s become the variant Atlas Prime — the 26th Prime in the game.
As of today, you can compose music in Warframe — which is not something we expected to ever say about a loot shooter game. But in the Saint of Altra update, the Shawzin instrument has been added to the Marketplace. It gives Tenno the ability to compose their own songs, record them, play them back, and share them with others. Log on and create some jammin’ tunes!
As free-to-play loot shooters go, Warframe doesn’t have quite as many fans as some of the bigger boys, but its fanbase is a devoted and rabid one. This weekend Tennocon, the London conference for Warframe fans, was held — and its developer/publisher Digital Extremes took the opportunity to reveal some radical changes coming to the game. Here’s what to expect from the Empyrean expansion:
Independent Canadian developer and publisher Digital Extremes is issuing in spring today with Beasts of the Sanctuary, available today for PlayStation®4 and Xbox One. Highlighted by the multifaceted Khora, the first new Warframe of 2018, and Sanctuary Onslaught, a totally new team-based, survival-style mode,Beasts of the Sanctuary challenges players to find the perfect balance of speed, shooting and style, all for free. Jump into the fray now to participate in the time-limited Plague Star Event, starting Wednesday, May 9 and ending Monday, May 21.
It’s time to dance this mess around! Independent developer and publisher Digital Extremes, creators of the free-to-play cooperative online action game Warframe, bring the first record-breaking PC update of 2017, Octavia’s Anthem, to PlayStation4 and Xbox One today. Marching to the beat of its own drum, Octavia’s Anthem treads a musical theme with Octavia, a dancing, beat-busting Warframe unlike any before it, along with a new quest, and two powerful creative tools sure to get players tapping their feet and posing like Frame-istas.
Independent developer and publisher, Digital Extremes, dropped one last gift under the Christmas tree this year for Warframe players with the free PC update. The Glast Gambit, released today, features the Infested powers of the newest Warframe, Nidus, along with a new Quest, Weapons, Customizations, Mods, and more. The Glast Gambit is free and ready to dive into for all players who have completed this year’s biggest cinematic quest, The War Within, released in November.
Digital Extremes has launched The War Within, its biggest, most comprehensive Warframe update of 2016, on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The War Within contains a highly-anticipated cinematic quest as a continuation of The Second Dream – the free-to-play action game’s most played release to date – and drives players on a chilling journey through new missions, planets, and stunning lore-filled cinematics. In celebration of this monumental update, Digital Extremes launched a massive Warframe Prime Gaming Giveaway as a thank you to its community.
Digital Extremes have released its newest update, The War Within, for the PC version of its Free-to-Play action hit Warframe. The War Within update contains the highly-anticipated cinematic quest continuing last December’s The Second Dream – the game’s most played update to date – and drives players to embark on a chilling journey featuring multiple new missions, planets, and stunning story-driven cinematics.
Independent developer and publisher Digital Extremes has announced that The War Within update will hit PC in mid-November for its Free-to-Play action hit, Warframe and its Community of over 26 million registered players. Among many features, this update contains the highly anticipated quest continuing last December’s The Second Dream in which players learned the long kept secret – Who are the Tenno? It has since become Warframe‘s most talked about and played update to date, with anticipation for The War Within nearing a feverish level as the saga is about to continue.
“There is an enormous amount of talent within our Warframe Community. Working alongside Steam, we launched our user-generated content program, TennoGen, nearly a year ago and it has been a huge success in highlighting the role and talent of our Community Creators, while also providing them a viable revenue stream for their work.”
On Saturday, July 9, 2016, over 1,100 Warframe players and fans from around the world gathered at the London Convention Centre for TennoCon 2016, the first ever convention devoted exclusively to Warframe, the Free-to-Play hit from independent developer and publisher Digital Extremes. This first-of-its-kind event for the company offered Warframe players, better known as Tenno, a day full of fun activities, panels, tournaments, and the opportunity for the title’s dedicated community to meet each other and connect with developers.
Warframe, the Free-to-Play hit from independent developer and publisher Digital Extremes. Specters of the Rail brings a significant overhaul to the Star Chart system, new Archwing space combat modes, the introduction of space cat companions, and more! Specters of the Rail is the second of a major three-part update cycle occurring this summer for Warframe and stands as a testament to Digital Extremes’ commitment to continue improving the Warframe experience for its growing community of over 26 million players worldwide.