TennoCon 2019 was held this weekend. The sold-out fourth annual Warframe conference was not only great fun but also a fantastic place for Digital Extremes to present upcoming content for the game. That included not one, but two updates to Warframe; Nightwave Series 2 and Wukong Prime Access. Both of which were made available immediately on all platforms. Check out the trailers for both of those below.
But, that wasn’t all that TennoCon had to offer Warframe fanatics. Here are just a few of the other things that were shown off during TennoCon 2019.
Squad Link – Connect with the community to take part in multi-objective missions in which you can help lower enemy shields, steal valuable data, and much more. Squad Link allows you to reach out for multiplayer support to help with these objectives.
Enemy Ship Infiltration – Players can now infiltrate enemy ships using Archwings and command them in a variety of missions. Yes, this means you can become a space pirate.
Drydock – Customize your Railjack with equipment, new systems, reinforcements, and of course cosmetics. You’ll have a wide variety of customization options available to you that allow you to make your Railjack look cool and have a great name.
Kingpin System – Enemies have begun adapting, resulting in new reactive enemies. This new system is rolling out with the Kuva Lich and Emra Rok first in an epic boss fight on the capital ship.
This was really just the beginning of everything that was shown at TennoCon, to go into it all we’d need several articles or to recommend you watch the full stream. Other things that were highlighted include updated graphics, a new introduction, and the opportunity to win $250,000 towards a trip to space.
One of the most baffling things I’ve ever encountered in Warframe is working out where to get materials to build a new Warframe. I mean, sure, the starter guys aren’t bad, but they’re no Primes, that’s for sure. So if you’ve had your eye on the Ash Prime Warframe but missed getting him before he went into the Vault, then getting him is really as simple as tuning in to a stream.
For those who are maybe unfamiliar, TennoLive is the finale event of TennoCon, the convention that happens on Saturday, July 7th. The TennoLive portion of the event will be happening that Saturday at 3pm PST/6pm EST.
For those who are interested in snagging themselves a free Prime Warframe, all you have to do is link your Warframe account to Twitch at this website and then watch the broadcast on Twitch for at least 30 minutes while signed in to their linked Twitch account.
Fans of Warframe are likely to learn something exciting coming to Warframe during TennoLive, as the TennoCon event was the venue that the popular Plains of Eidolon update was first announced, so why not get yourself a free robo suit in the process?
As for Warframe itself, console players of the action MMO can now get in on The Sacrifice update as of today, which features the new Umbra Warframe, UI adjustments, and new Tenno customizations.
Seriously, though, progressing through Warframe is just the most baffling thing. Or maybe I’m just daft. Anyway, the point is that getting a really neat Warframe for sitting around and watching a broadcast for 30 minutes is a pretty sweet deal compared to the hoops one normally would need to jump through to get a new Frame.