Tenno will now be able to take part in Warframe battles from the comfort of their couch thanks to the addition of Steam controller support that goes together nicely with the launch of the first generation of Steam Machines. In addition, players can take part in Steam Workshop, with user-generated content also supported by the game.
On separate but related and equally exciting news, Warframe Steam players will enjoy the first round of user-made content aptly named, TennoGen to be released in the Steam Workshop later this month. Steam Workshop allows content creators to earn money from their in-game creations for their favorite games. Digital Extremes began taking submissions in late October from its incredibly talented player pool for a variety of in-game skins and cosmetics. The first round of submissions have been reviewed and Digital Extremes has decided on the first content to be released. Digital Extremes is excited to continue reviewing submissions for many more rounds of content to be considered. Revenue share for creators in Steam Workshop is typically 25% but Warframe is setting the bar higher for its creators at 30%. First round picks can be seen here.
Find out more on the Warframe Steam site.