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.
After six months in open beta and primed to serve as one of the launch titles for the PlayStation 4, Warframe is celebrating its first half year on the market with a brand new update, offering new playable characters, missions and more.
It looks like a couple more games will be diving, kicking, shooting and stabbing their way onto the PlayStation 4 launch lineup as both Divekick and Warframe have been announced as day one offerings via PlayStation Network once the new console drops on Nov. 15.
Digital Extremes crafted an amazing free-to-play, third-person hybrid action-shooter in Warframe. Technically the game is just a more polished up version of their 2008 outing Dark Sector, but the “polish” has turned the game into something for the ages, making it one of the most badass free-to-play games on the market right now.
Slated as a launch title for the PlayStation 4, Warframe from Digital Extremes fits into the indie game category, despite being more polished, more fun and having better mechanics and visuals than a lot of AAA titles out there. With Microsoft having recently reversed their policies for indies to self-publish on the Xbox One, Digital Extremes says that Warframe could potentially arrive for the XB1.
One of the big launch titles for the PlayStation 4 is Digital Extremes' Warframe, a cybernetic space-ninja game that is uncontrollably addictive despite it's grindy nature. The title could have also been an Xbox One launch title, but Microsoft's policies regarding self-publishing from independent developers has made this somewhat impossible.
With E3 right around the corner Sony has been ramping up promotion for games that will only be appearing on the PS4 and no other console. One of those games is the free-to-play PC title, Warframe. The official story trailer has been released to give gamers an idea of what to expect from this glossy new co-op title.
The big concern over next-gen gaming is whether or not games will maintain 60 frames per second and will be available in 1080p. The game is currently free-to-play on Steam and other digital portals right now, but it will be part of the launch line-up for the PlayStation 4 this holiday season.