Warframe Coming To Switch

Though no release date was given, Warframe will be coming to Switch as announced during this weekend's Tennocon event. You can check out the trailer below.

Warframe Update 'The Sacrifice' Out Now On Consoles

The latest update to Digital Extremes free to play MMO Warframe is now live on consoles. The update includes the 'The Sacrifice' quest-line, updates to the UI, cosmetics, and more. You can check out the full details here, plus a trailer and screenshots below.

Cuphead Wins Big At The Game Awards

As mentioned earlier in the week Cuphead was up for three nominations at The Game Awards, and took home three wins. They won:

  • Best Art Direction
  • Best Independent Game
  • Best Debut Indie Game

It was even recongnized by Canada's Prime Minister:

A big congratulations to all the nominations, and winners. While Warframe was nominated for Best Ongoing Game, last years Game of the Year Overwatch took home the prize for that.

Cuphead and Warframe Represent Southern Ontario In Game Awards

The Video Game Awards will be next week on December 7th, and a few local games are up for rewards - with Cuphead grabbing 10 nominations for the following:

Best Art Direction, Best Score/Music, Best Action Game, Best Independent Game, and Best Debut Indie Game

Warframe is also up for nomination for Best Ongoing and consider it just got the big Plains of Eidolon update, it has a decent change of winning. 

Good luck to all nominee's, and tune in December 7th to see the winners.

Warframe: Plains of Eidolon Available Now On Consoles

What came to PC last month is now available on consoles. Warframes latest patch, titled Plains of Eidolon, which includes an open-space landscape (called the Plains of Eidolon), new resources to collect and a day-night cycle.

"Welcome to the Plains of Eidolon. Sentients once fought on this battleground in an attempt to destroy a massive Orokin Tower that the Ostrons now call home. The Sentients' defeat is forever immortalized in the ancient graveyard that litters the Landscape.

Time in the Plains cycles the same for all Tenno. For every 100 minutes of beautiful sunshine, there are 50 minutes of haunted night"

You can download the free-to-play game on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

Digital Extremes Opening Up New Office In Toronto Next Month

Digital Extremes, the London based developer of Warframe, will be moving east next month, having announced they are opening up a second studio here in Toronto. The studio will be focused around the development side of their business.

"Toronto has become a hub of impressive game development over the past 7-8 years. Being only two hours down the road from our headquarters in London, expanding to Toronto is a logical choice to continue growth plans for Digital Extremes and keep up with the pace of our growing stable of games,” said Meredith Braun, Digital Extremes VP of publishing."

22 Minutes of Plains of Eidolon Gameplay - Warframe

Digital Extremes recently announced a huge expansion to their free-to-play game Warframe, and they recently shown 22 minutes of new gameplay from The Plains of Eidolon which you can check out below.

Digital Extreme's Warframe Launches New Harrow Warframe, Graphic Overhaul and More

London based developer Digital Extremes have released an update for their popular free-to-play sci-fi ninja shooter Warframe.  Chains of Harrow will provide players a new quest similar to a horror film.

"In response to a disturbing transmission from Palladino, the Red Veil Clan's spiritual medium, Tenno are compelled to investigate a dark, mysteriously abandoned Steel Meridian spacecraft found adrift. Inside the vessel, lights flicker and emergency lights strobe, revealing bodies of dead crew members. All is quiet except for whispers heard echoing throughout the lifeless craft. What does it all mean? Players must uncover the terrifying reality of what happened onboard, how the Red Veil might play a part in it, and more."

Check out below for the trailer, as well as the full Press Release. Warframe can be downloaded on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

NEW WARFRAME UPDATE EMERGES FROM THE DARKNESS WITH PRIEST-LIKE “HARROW”

A Brooding New Warframe with Quest, New Weapons, and Enemies

Set In New Gorgeous Graphic Overhaul “Earth Remastered”

LONDON, ON – June 28, 2017 – Materializing from the smoky darkness, Digital Extremes’ newest Warframe® update “Chains of Harrow” arrives on PC today introducing “Harrow,” a menacing new Warframe who wields priest-style powers and offers a terrifying new, lore-based quest.

With today’s update, the ever-evolving free-to-play action hit, sporting 30 million registered users and counting, also reveals the start of a planned graphical overhaul of the Solar System beginning with Earth. Dubbed “Earth Remastered,” the newly enhanced Earth — powered by Digital Extremes’ proprietary Evolution Engine — turns the formerly good-looking planet into a stunningly lush, beautifully lit, organically structured environment. According to PC Gamer: “The difference is stunning, with some scenes almost looking like an entirely different game.”

Download the new Chains of Harrow video, Earth Remastered video, Dual Wielding Video, plus screenshots, and key art here: digitalextremesltd.box.com/s/1x7odrb8sk9e4gc9kccfj2wato5wwpfi
Watch Harrow’s profile video on YouTube: www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2HXpeUh2QY&t=4s
With Chains of Harrow, Warframe players (AKA Tenno) will descend into a haunting new quest resembling a horror film. In response to a disturbing transmission from Palladino, the Red Veil Clan’s spiritual medium, Tenno are compelled to investigate a dark, mysteriously abandoned Steel Meridian spacecraft found adrift. Inside the vessel, lights flicker and emergency lights strobe, revealing bodies of dead crew members. All is quiet except for whispers heard echoing throughout the lifeless craft. What does it all mean? Players must uncover the terrifying reality of what happened onboard, how the Red Veil might play a part in it, and more.

Chains of Harrow is loaded with additional content — from new enemies and weapons to new cosmetics, Captura tiles, an Octavia Instrument Pack, and more:

Play as Harrow: Harness the power of the Void to bolster allies’ defenses and amplify their lethality with Lotus’ newest Warrior, Harrow, using four deadly abilities:
Condemn – Cast a wave of energy that chains them where they stand. Each enemy held reinforces Harrow’s shields.
Penance – Sacrifice shields to boost reload, and fire rate while converting damage inflicted on enemies into health for Harrow and nearby allies.
Thurible – Channel Harrow’s energy into the Thurible to generate a buff. The more energy channeled, the longer the buff will last. Once finished, kill enemies to bestow nearby allies with bursts of energy. Headshots produce extra energy.
Covenant – Protect nearby allies with an energy force that absorbs all damage and converts it to a Critical Chance bonus for all those under the Covenant. Headshots are amplified even further.
Take the Quest: A disturbing transmission from Red Veil’s spiritual medium leads to an abandoned Steel Meridian vessel adrift on the outskirts of Earth. Inside, strange whispers echo throughout the lifeless vessel. What force unleashed this evil and how can it be stopped? (The Chains of Harrow Quest will appear in the Codex for those who have completed The War Within and unlocked Mot in the Void.)
Earth Remastered: Experience Earth like never before with the beautifully remastered Earth environments. Clash with Grineer amidst luscious vegetation and envelope your Warframe in the naturalistic lighting and a remastered soundscape. Visit any of the Earth Terrain Missions to experience this stunning overhaul.
New Grineer Enemy: Nox is a new enemy that is part of the Elite Chem Strike Unit. Nox wields a toxin-filled heavy gun that shoots blobs of toxic goo that attach themselves to targets before exploding. Take out these gruesome enemies by shooting their glass helmets and exposing their deteriorating skin. Beware of their final moments, as they explode into a lethal cloud.
New Weapons:
Knell (pistol): Ring the death knell. Every headshot from this scoped pistol increases Critical Chance for a short period.
Scourge (spear): Blast targets with corrosive plasma projectiles, or toss the scepter to inflict nearby enemies with an energy field that amplifies their brain waves to attract bullets.
New Syandana: A “priestly” addition, the Nave Syandana completes Harrow’s iconic look.
And More: Check out the new Captura Tiles (Forest tiles), Octavia’s Anthem-related Instrument Pack (Corpus & Grineer Packs), Glaive and Melee Rework (all melee throwing weapons can be used concurrently with secondary weapons), Alt-Helm, new Riven Mods for Melee Weapons, and more.
Chains of Harrow comes just before the development team hosts Warframe fans from around the world at the second annual TennoCon on Saturday, July 8 in London, Ontario, Canada. Tickets are nearly sold out but still available at Warframe.com/tennocon and for those unable to attend, viewers can tune into twitch.tv/warframe to watch the biggest reveal of the year coming to Warframe during TennoLive starting at 3 pm PST/ 6 pm EST on Saturday, July 8.

Chains of Harrow releases today on PC and will come to console shortly after. Please visit the official Warframe website at www.warframe.com to join the community on PC, Xbox One or PS4 and download the game for free. To keep up with the latest updates from the development team, be sure to follow Warframe on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram.

ABOUT DIGITAL EXTREMES
Founded in 1993 by James Schmalz, Digital Extremes ranks as one of the world’s top independent video game development studios. Originating with the co-creation of Epic Games’ multi-million unit selling Unreal® franchise including Unreal, Unreal Tournament – and all its iterations – Digital Extremes went on to develop Dark Sector®, BioShock® for the PlayStation®3, the BioShock 2 multi-player campaign, and The Darkness® II. The studio has reached its greatest critical and commercial success with the free-to-play action game, Warframe®, boasting a global community of more than 30 million registered players on PC, PS4™ and Xbox One. For more information about Digital Extremes, visit www.digitalextremes.com. To sign up for Warframe, visit www.warframe.com.