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New Warframe Public Cluster Test This Weekend Gives Sneak Peak of Arcanes

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Warframe is hosting a public test cluster this upcoming weekend where you’ll get a chance to sneak peak the new Arcane.

The details were outlined in a forum post earlier. Remember you’ll receive Steam keys and notices of acceptance on November 13 if you have been selected. You check out the finer details here. The team will release new Deimos Arcanes: Residuals and Theorems. The Residuals (Infested Kitgun Arcanes) include the following:

  • RESIDUAL BOILS - 20% chance to grow cysts on the corpse for 12s that explode for 80 Heat Damage in 10m and applying Heat Damage type to Theorem Arcanes.
  • RESIDUAL MALODOR - 20% chance to create a frigid mist for 12s, dealing 40 Cold Damage/s and applying Cold Damage to Theorem Arcanes.
  • RESIDUAL SHOCK - 20% chance to electrify the corpse for 12s, dealing 200 Electricity Damage to enemies within 10m and applying Electricity Damage to Theorem Arcanes.
  • RESIDUAL VIREMIA - 20% chance to create a pool of toxic blood for 12s, dealing 40 Toxin Damage/s and applying Toxin Damage to Theorem Arcanes.

Theorems (Warframe Arcances) include:

  • THEOREM INFECTION - Standing in a zone created by a Residual Arcane increases damage of companions and summoned allies within 60m by 4%/s stacking up to 15x. Effect persists for 5s upon leaving the zone.
  • THEOREM CONTAGION - Standing in a zone created by a Residual Arcane creates a globe that orbits the player every 2s. The globes will strike the nearest enemy within 5m dealing 100 damage and applying a Status Effect. Globes will persist for 8s upon leaving the zone.
  • THEOREM DEMULCENT - Standing in a zone created by a Residual Arcane increases weapon damage by 4%/s stacking up to 15x. Effect persists for 5s upon leaving the zone.


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Poorna Shankar

A highly opinionated avid PC gamer, Poorna blindly panics with his friends in various multiplayer games, much to the detriment of his team. Constantly questioning industry practices and a passion for technological progress drive his love for the video game industry. He pulls no punches and tells it like he sees it. He runs a podcast, Gaming The Industry, with fellow writer, Joseph Bradford, discussing industry practices and their effects on consumers.