Warframe has recently marked its sixth year on the market, and Digital Extremes have weaved their magic to ensure each one is more special than the next. Say hi to the remastered edition of Plains of Eidolon, with new things to see and do.
As usual, the remastered version of Plains of Eidolon is already available on PC, but console players will have to wait a bit more. It shouldn't be long though, as the delay between Warframe's PC and console updates has been much shorter lately.
Warframe's open-world region is getting updated terrain textures, dynamic lighting, detailed trees and foliage and a more nuanced day and night cycle. All of which runs even better too, thanks to technical improvements.
Animal conservation is obviously proving to be quite popular and Warframe will let you track an trap animals across the Plains. "Master Teasonai will be your source for Echo-Lures as you work to get these animals Echo-Lures are not required as these animals continually roam the Plains, but calling them will bring them running (or flying!)", the dev wrote.
Warframe has received a new avian "of ridiculous appearance", found in coastal regions. Apparently, they "circle and squawk" at the sight of predators, which can come in handy, so it's bad luck to kill one. DE added new Kuaka and Condroc variants too.
As for the new baddie, they belong to the Tusk Thumper family and come in three sizes and difficulties - Tusk Thumper, Tusk Thumper Bull and the Tusk Thumper Doma.
Tusk Thumpers have no vulnerabilities so Warframe players will have to work quickly to expose their weak spots, otherwise, they run the risk of reinforcement drones fixing the damage.
There's a bunch of new Floofs, conservation and Thumper alike, and last but not the least, the newest Grineer Sparring Weapon - Korrudo.
DE wrote that these powerful pneumatic grips and toecaps amplify blows so Warframe players are getting "four ways to deal twice the pain".