Warframe, Digital Extremes’ free-to-play ninja MMO will be hitting Nintendo Switch November 20th. You can check out the trailer below.
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.
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.
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.
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, 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."
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.