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Digital Extremes has been luring gamers along a path of mystery ever since Warframe originally launched back in 2013. The game is the spiritual successor to the third-person action shooter, Dark Sector. One of the game's biggest mysteries in Warframe – carried over from the 2008 shooter – has been what are the Tenno and what are the Warframes?
After gamers became incensed with them, Bungie dropped the price of the new Destiny content to a $20 upgrade pack. Well, Digital Extremes did one better by releasing brand new emotes in Warframe... for free.
The latest Warframe update is ready to roll for the PlayStation 4, bringing with it the usual assortment of new cosmetic items, a new playable Warframe, new game modes, as well as a new cooperative preparation/hunting space called the Sanctuary.
Get ready, ninjas, because the latest update for Warframe is now ready to roll. Gear up for some “Stolen Dreams,” complete with new missions, weapons and more.
Big changes are coming in the PlayStation 4 version of Warframe today, with the Archwing update adding loads of new content and freaking space battles to the free-to-play third-person action game’s already impressive resume.
There have been some strong rumors running around that Digital Extremes, the developers of the extremely popular free-to-play action title Warframe, was being eyed by Perfect World Entertainment and food company Sumpo Food Holdings.
Alright, ninjas, get ready for what is potentially the largest update to ever come to Warframe since it launched on the PlayStation 4 last year, as the team at Digital Extremes introduces Update 14: The Mad Cephalon.
Things may or may not go well for Digital Extremes and Perfect World Entertainment now that gamers are mobilizing to setup a “play strike”.
The PlayStation 4 version of Warframe is about to add yet another playable character to the mix, alongside a whole bunch of tweaks and additions to this third-person free-to-play action game.
Warframe on the PlayStation 4 is about to kick the ninja badassary up a notch or two as the team at Digital Extremes announces a handful of updates for the console port.
Xbox One gamers may have a new free-to-play game soon. The European ratings board PEGI is now listing the co-op action game Warframe for XB1.
You won't find games like that or Remember Me, which I forgot about – or the typical AAA titles on this list. I'm not going full hipster on you but given the crappy selection of 2013's offerings I settled for a bunch of games that never would have made it on a “Best of” list had this been any other year.
Now that Warframe is up and running on a new platform, namely the PlayStation 4, the folks over at Digital Extremes can go full steam ahead on kicking out the new content for their third-person action game. Over on the PC front, the latest expansion, Valkyr, has been unleashed.
Oh holy snaps this launch trailer is freaking awesome. Digital Extremes really knows how to get the crowd amped up. The best part about it is that despite the trailer using cinematic camera angles, EVERYTHING you see in the trailer is basically a direct showcase of the actual gameplay.
The free-to-play space-ninja game that took the gaming arena by storm last year on PC will be making its way to the PlayStation 4 next week on Friday. It will be one of the launch titles for the system and will still be completely free-to-play (you don't even need PS Plus to download and start playing). To help promote the game, Digital Extremes released a new story trailer called “The Prophet” for the PS4 version of the title.