|Platforms||PC, PS4, Xbox One|
|Genre||Third Person Sci-fi Shooter|
|Model||Free To Play|
|Release Date||Closed Beta: October 25, 2012|
Open Beta: March 18, 2013
Steam: March 26, 2013
PS4: November 15, 2013
Xbox One: September 2, 2014
|ESRB Rating||Mature 17+ (Blood & Gore; Violence)|
WARFRAME is a co-operative, free-to-play, sci-fi shooter game developed by Digital Extremes, and is published primarily on PC. It is also available for distribution on Steam and the PlayStation 4. An Xbox One version is currently in development and is set for release on September 2, 2014 (An XBox Live Account of at least Gold tier will be required).
Warframe is set in a distant future where the solar system is torn between the Grineer, an empire race of militarized clones; the Corpus, a mega-corporation merchant cult with advanced robotics and laser technology; and the Infested, the victims fallen under the scourge of Technocyte Virus. The player takes the role of a Tenno, a member of a fourth faction with a mysterious and unclear nature, and is guided by an entity called the Lotus through missions. The players are always pitted against enemies in superior numbers.
To this end, players have at their disposal a varied arsenal of weapons both archaic and modern, and most notably, a special suit of armor--the titular Warframe, each of which has a particular set of abilities. Despite being primarily a shooter game, the gameplay has a definite focus on the synchronization of players' arsenal, allowing for limitless possibilities of creativity in combat.
Key Bindings information are available for PC and PS4.
Running Warframe with the MINIMUM system requirements.
- OS: Windows XP with Service Pack 3 or higher.
- CPU: Intel Core Duo E6400 or AMD Athlon 64 4000+
- RAM: 2 GB
- GPU: Nvidia Geforce 8600 or ATI Radeon HD 3600
- DirectX: 9.0c
- Hard Drive: 8 GB of hard drive space
Personal ship of a Tenno. Your starting point in the game.
Module cards for optimizing Warframes, Weapons and Companions, various attributes.
Items for assisting players in battle, unlocking their weapons to full potential, accessing secret locations and more.
Items dropped by enemies and containers and can be collected by players. Restores health, powers, ammunition and more.
Items dropped by enemies and containers. Crucial components for building items in the Foundry.
An alliance between players. A clan can establish a Clan Dojo to research special weapons and participate special missions.
Build items using blueprints and resources. Blueprints are acquired by completing specific missions.
Single player campaign that yields a special reward.
Consists of various types of objectives. Some missions have a higher chance to yield a certain reward.
Missions can be played solo, privately with friends or publicly with strangers.
Maps in the game are randomly generated from a set of tiles.
Enemies and allies. Different factions have different vulnerabilities, Languages etc.
Homeworlds of various factions with different resources and Tile Sets.
Doubling Mod capacity using either an Orokin Reactor or Orokin Catalyst.
Modifying Polarity of certain equipment using a Forma to gain more Mod capacity.
Damage stats of each weapon is determined from thirteen damage types, each having various Status Effect and dealing different amount of damage on different enemy types.
The heart of the game Warframe is the ability to perform advance free running maneuvers and Melee combat.
Obtained by killing enemies and completing missions. For ranking up Mastery.
A system that shows a player's relative skill and experience in the game.
Items that are only purchasable from the Market with Platinum may also be available as an end mission reward. Some are also exclusive to a specific mission.
Special missions with additional lore that occurs approximately once a month. Events are often used to introduce new characters, enemies or bosses.
Recruit new players and earn rewards.
Support the game to earn this title and exclusive items.
Grant early access to new Prime items.
WARFRAME Wiki is a completely player supported encyclopedia of the game Warframe. Our purpose is to create the most complete database about the game on everything ranging from lore, mechanics, to weapon statistics.
The Wiki is maintained by countless of active players and fans from around the world, and we welcome anyone to join our community, share your knowledge and make this Wiki a better place. As this Wiki is not managed by Digital Extremes, users are encouraged to post feedback, bug reports or suggestions to the official Warframe website.
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