Warframe for Nintendo Switch Announced at TennoCon 2018

Warframe for Nintendo Switch Announced at TennoCon 2018

There is no timeframe for the move to Switch, but it's big news nonetheless!

Warframe is a phoenix rising from the ashes and it doesn't look like they're going to slow down anytime soon.

If you play Hand of Fate 2 on other consoles and you've been looking to bring the game with you wherever you go then you're in luck.

The Switch version of the game is being developed by Panic Button, a specialised port developer which also worked on Nintendo Switch ports for Doom and Wolfenstein. Since the game is free, you could always try it for yourself before the Switch launch if you want to get a feel for it. Warframe is now available on Windows PC via Steam, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Additionally, it's known for having thousands of customization options, hundreds of weapons to choose from, and a flexible mods system. Similar to the gathering bazaars of Cetus in Plains of Eidolon, Fortuna is an underground hub city that serves as a factory to clean coolant rivers and doubles as a trading hub for the region. Should definitely make for an exciting set of encounters, but these aren't the only large-scale battles in game; a new feature called Strongholds will add Corpus Bases that you can liberate. A new teaser trailer shows off the setting, along with some of the enemies players will face.

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Warframe has gone from strength to strength in recent years.

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The game is now available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One and features hundreds of of weapons and over 35 Warframes, and thousands of customisation options. Every member of the ship's crew is assigned a combat station. Take out their core reactors, eliminate their crew, and emerge victorious!

Warframe now has more than 38 million registered players worldwide, and if you're not familiar with the title, here's a bit more detail.

Free to play and with over 38 million players, the game's budget is derived from optional purchases that provide cosmetic makeovers or speed up the acquisition of equipment and weaponry for players' nimble, armor-clad space ninjas.

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