Warframes are divided into a collection of diverse models, each of which personifies a great warrior spirit. Players may don the Excalibur Warframe to gain its prowess with bladed weapons, for instance. Each model of Warframe is moreover highly reconfigurable, meaning players can tailor their choice of Warframe to fit a multitude of playstyles. While certain Warframes excel in a particular situation, none are limited to a singular role and no role demands the use of a singular Warframe.
Players customize Warframes via the installation of mods which can upgrade their Warframe Attributes, endow them with additional utilities, and even alter their abilities. Further bonuses can be achieved by equipping add-ons, such as Helmets.
Each Warframe features four unique and extraordinary activatable powers that allow for a large degree of control over the surrounding environment. (Warframes also possess passive abilities – powers which activate on their own accord.) These powers allow a Tenno to cast virtually anything, with examples ranging from devastating waves of energy to bullet-nullifying barriers or even mass healing. Warframes greatly augment the physical abilities of a Tenno as well, affecting natural skills like swordsmanship, marksmanship and, most notably, acrobatics.
New players start the game by selecting their first Warframe, from the Excalibur, Mag, or Volt Warframes, and playing through the tutorial. As the player progresses, they may craft or buy other Warframes from the full list of offerings.
As of Plains of Eidolon, there are a total of 52 Warframes consisting of both original models and special variants. A select few of these special variants are exclusive to certain groups of players; Excalibur Prime is a Founders-exclusive and Excalibur Umbra Prime is exclusive to the Chinese build of Warframe.
Warframes are obtained by two general crafting them with in-game materials at the Foundry or purchasing them fully assembled from the Market. Additionally, obtaining a Warframe requires the use of a storage slot. Players possess a finite number of storage slots, which can be expanded by purchasing additional slots at the Market.
Warframes can also be purchased fully assembled in the Market with Platinum64 Platinum. When acquired in this manner, a Warframe comes pre-installed with an OrokinReactor64 Orokin Reactor and is provided with a complimentary Warframe storage slot.
Players begin the game with two (2) Warframe storage slots and can acquire additional slots from the Market for a nominal fee of 20 Platinum64 Platinum each (Players also gain a complimentary slot for any Warframe purchased directly from the Market). Note that a player can acquire Platinum64 Platinum without spending real world money by trading with other players.
Warframes require affinity, conventionally known in other games as experience points (XP), in order to attain higher ranks. Each Warframe levels up separately from other Warframes to a maximum of Rank 30. Note that each of the Warframe’s equipped weapons have affinity rankings as well which also increase separately from Warframes. During missions, players are awarded affinity through actions getting such as killing enemies, using abilities, completing objectives, reviving downed teammates or simply completing the mission. At the end of a mission, affinity is divided between the active Warframe and each of its equipped weapons. The fewer weapons a Warframe has equipped, the more affinity each item, including the Warframe, will gain from a mission.
With each successive rank, a Warframe gains mod capacity as well as increases to health, shields, and energy capacity. (The player also gains 200 mastery points.) Status boosts received from ranking up are calculated from the base value of the Warframe for each status, preventing modules from affecting the bonus.
Attributes are the stats and functionality of Warframes such as Health, Armor, Shields, Energy, and Movement Speed. Each Warframe is made unique with a different combination of these and their powers.
Every Warframe thus far can equip various kinds of alternative equipment or skins. These cosmetic items include Helmets, Idle Animations, and holographic Emblems.
Ash (Prime) • Atlas • Banshee (Prime) • Chroma • Ember (Prime) • Equinox • Excalibur (Prime, Umbra) •
Frost (Prime) • Gara • Harrow • Hydroid (Prime) • Inaros • Ivara • Limbo • Loki (Prime) • Mag (Prime) •
Mesa • Mirage • Nekros (Prime) • Nezha • Nidus • Nova (Prime) • Nyx (Prime) • Oberon (Prime) •
Octavia • Rhino (Prime) • Saryn (Prime) • Titania • Trinity (Prime) • Valkyr (Prime) • Vauban (Prime) •
Volt (Prime) • Wukong • Zephyr
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