Update 28, The Deadlock Protocol, brought a large amount of changes to Waframe. While the update was filled numerous changes and additions to the game, there were some changes that were not as great as Aaron hoped.
It has been almost two years since Digital Extremes announced Railjack, now Empyrean. Just last week, during Dev Stream #133, the developers announced they were going to drop the precursor patch to Empyrean, on PC shortly after the Dev stream concluded. Join Aaron has be breaks down the Rising Tide patch in Warframe!
On Halloween, The Old Blood update hit Warframe. Since then, Aaron has been putting in a good amount of time checking out the new content. Join him as he breaks down his impression of Warframe's latest update.
The day after TennoCon, the content creator ArgonSix was confronted by a less fortunate person in London, Canada. While he was walking back from getting breakfast, he met a person that lives on the street. (Ed. note: Header image courtesy of Redditor KevinGlint).
Because the combat system in Warframe is continuously evolving with parkour, flying, mod changes, new warframes with unique abilities, and plans, the changes to melee are going to be released in phases. Releasing in stages also ensures the changes do not break too much of the other aspects of the game all at once. Smaller bite-sized chunks of drastic changes give the developers a good foundation for feedback. So far the new melee changes feel like an upgrade to me, but I have noticed some weird results to the changes.
It is weird no matter how much you love a game; there are times you need to take a break from it. I have spent a half of a decade with an on and off relationship with Warframe. I truly love the game and want to play it for many more years to come, but there are times I can’t bring myself to play it. I know I am not the only one that feels the same about Warframe.
Frankly, I felt bad for all the other press members at TennoCon because they will never get the chance to feel as connected to a game as I am. It makes me sad real game journalist like Bill, are too busy to be able to sit down every night and enjoy the game they love like I do. What they do every night is to ensure you, the reader, have the most unbiased snapshot of a game.
It’s been over a week since the highly anticipated quest, Sacrifice came out for Warframe. Since the release of Warframe in China in 2015, fans have been waiting for the mysterious Umbra story to come to the west. For almost three years fans of Warframe have been waiting impatiently to get their hands on Excalibur Umbra and least year at TennoCon Digital Extremes announce Umbra would be coming with a price. What are you willing to sacrifice?
Welcome back to another column of Kinda, Sorta, Maybe a Space NInja! This week we'll be going over a few apps that you can download that can make the time you spend in game more efficient. Because sometimes it's a choice of time versus money and that is a different choice depending on each person.
Greeting Space NinjaZ! Welcome back to MMORPG.com's bi-weekly column on Warframe. We've got some juicy information coming to you courtesy of a Digital Extremes Devstream held on February 23rd. This Devstream marked the five-year anniversary of the stream and DE decided it was time to talk about what to look forward to this year. There's quite a few big things coming Tenno, let's get down to business.
Welcome back Space Ninjaz to another thrilling installment of Kinda, Sorta a Space Ninja. We're going to focus on the recent update that just hit Warframe. Shrine of the Eidolon beings not only new content to the game but also some changes and rebalancing to several Frames, weapons and powers. Oh, and there may be a time limited event going on for some spiffy Valentine's Day stuff in Heart of the Ordis. Let's dive in shall we?
The year just started so what better way to do new things for the year than to begin a bi-weekly column on Warframe. Everyone knows about Warframe right? No? Well than, let's start off with an introduction not only to Warframe. I'm Brandedwolf and this is your introduction to being a Space Ninja. Kinda. Sorta. Maybe.
Warframe is mainly a player verse environment (PvE) game that only helps your team in a mission if someone has paid for anything with real money. Naturally, everything can be obtained through time and luck. There is one thing about Warframe that has confused me for almost five years playing the game, what level am I? That question constantly pops up when I am running a mission, selecting mods, and trying to figure out what I can and should do next in the game.