Developer Digital Extremes released Warframe in the spring of 2014. Despite facing a sluggish launch period, the free-to-play MMO action RPG grew to boast almost 50 million players by 2019.
Warframe now celebrates its eighth anniversary. To commemorate this milestone, Digital Extremes is offering unique in-game rewards between April 19th and May 17th. It also debuted a new trailer showing off the rare gear players can get their hands on just for logging in.
Players already have access to the Rhino Dex Skin by logging in between now and May 17th. Other rewards are on their way soon. This week, players can get their hands on the Dex Sybaris burst-fire rifle and Excalibur Dex Skin. Next week, it’s the Dex Dakra swords and Dex Nouchali Syandana cosmetic garment. The week of May 3rd brings the Dex Furis pistols and a Dex skin for Warframe’s Liset landing craft. The anniversary event concludes with the Dex Raksaka Armor and an Excalibur Dex Noggle and Action Glyph on the week of May 10th.
Digital Extremes also announced the “Call of the Tempestarii” side quest is now live on all platforms. Players need the Railjack spacecraft and at least a Level 4 Mastery rank before beginning the solo-only mission. Completing it grants players the new Sevagoth Warframe.
In addition to in-game content, Digital Extremes is also holding the Squad Take-Down contest until May 6th. Players can join their squads and screenshot themselves taking down their favorite Warframe bosses. Players who submit their screenshot before 1 PM Eastern on May 6th have a chance to win free access to the Octavia Prime Warframe for the whole squad.
Warframe has always offered a unique experience with a special atmosphere. That special atmosphere is part of why it retains such a dedicated fanbase despite an otherwise small profile. The eighth-anniversary event provides an ideal opportunity to join or return to the sci-fi MMO’s universe.
Warframe has been one of the best free-to-play games for years. One of the biggest reasons for this is the large number of characters (A.K.A. Warframes) that players can choose from. Each of these Frames has multiple ways that they can be built to wreak havoc across the galaxy. Over time, these Warframes have become more difficult to play.
While earlier Frames can be thrown together with little knowledge of how they work, newer Frames can be extremely difficult to figure out. This is partially due to the way their abilities work together.
Rhino is one of the early Warframes that players can pick up in the game by simply farming the Frame's pieces from Jackal. This boss can be found on Venus in the mission Fossa. Rhino is one of the earlier Warframes that was released but he still holds up as one of the best. Rhino is the basic tank Frame that can handle the harsh battles that others can't. His Iron Skin ability protects the player from getting damaged. His other abilities allow the player to plow through enemies and buff allies.
Harrow is one of the more difficult Warframes to get and one of the more difficult to learn. Each one of this character's pieces comes from killing void fissure enemies, completing a spy mission on Pago, and completing rotation C spy missions. His abilities are mainly focused on giving buffs to allies. This sounds easy, but it can be very hard to go from hard-hitting characters like Rhino to a character that requires the player to read ally health and shields. Knowing when to cast each of Harrow's abilities is the hardest part of learning the character.
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