Although some earlier Warframe updates took a while to arrive on consoles, Digital Extremes shifted Fortuna into overdrive and delivered it for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One just in time for the holidays, along with a bunch of goodies.
To celebrate the occasion, Digital Extremes are rerunning their Fortuna Twitch Drops campaign. Additionally, PS Plus users are getting a free booster pack containing 100 Platinum, 100,000 credits, Quanta, Quanta Obsidian Skin, 7-day affinity booster and 7-day credit booster.
Fortuna weighs in at about 8GB but Digital Extremes explained that it's partly due to "a fix [they] included that touched on audio in the game (mostly under the hood)". We're looking at the first batch of Fortuna content, more of which is coming throughout 2019.
As for the current additions, Fortuna expands the Venusian landscape by adding Orb Vallis, a vast expanse terraformed from a scorching wasteland to a more hospitable state. Beneath it is Fortuna, an underground city that's home to a body-augmented society of Solaris.
Once a proud and free nation, Solaris have abandoned any notions of rebellion, slaving away as a Corpus debt-internment colony. As you'd expect, nudging things in a more revolutionary direction will require some Tenno assistance, which is what the Vox Solaris quest is about.
Completing Vox Solaris unlocks various vendors across Fortuna, which of course gives you even more stuff to do. You're probably well aware by now that Fortuna brings K-Drives, hoverboards that make traversing Venus a breeze, no pun intended.
Modular secondary weapons, Moa companions as well as fishing and conservation, Warframe: Fortuna packs plenty of noteworthy changes. Digital Extremes even took violence out of hunting, so Tenno will be putting animals to sleep and shipping them off for conservation.
The update also brings Garuda, Warframe number 37, which Digital Extremes call "death's crimson maiden". She can use own claws if no melee weapon is equipped and she packs quite the punch.