Warframe is one hell of a space shooting game if you’re looking for a compelling role-playing title that you can play with your friends online. Furthermore, the game is free-to-play, and that doesn’t stop the developer and publisher Digital Extremes to improve it even more.
The next-generation consoles PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X are only a few days until the official release, and Digital Extremes made the big announcement of adding related enhancements for Warframe.
The enhancements are coming later this year
Perhaps the main highlight is that Warframe’s next-generation update will provide 4K resolution and 60fps on the PS5 and the Xbox Series X/S consoles. As it was expected, the in-game loading times will be drastically improved as well.
Digital Extremes made the following statements:
“From the neon underbelly of Fortuna, to our newest landscape on the Infested moon of Deimos,
“there’s no better place to see the stunning differences. The light from the sun now casts long shadows through the trees, foliage creates dynamic shadows as you stalk through it, and the reflections of the dense Cetus market can be seen across your Warframe as you stroll through.”
But the good news is far from over, as the developer and publisher of Warframe also revealed that the Adaptive Triggers support would be available as well along with the new update of the game. Therefore, more involved haptic feedback will be at the player’s disposal.
In Warframe, players are in control of members of the Tenno, which is a race of ancient warriors who get awoken after being captive for centuries in Earth’s future. The Tenno use Warframes along with many weapons and abilities to get their dirty work done.
Except for the upcoming availability for the next-generation consoles PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, Warframe is also playable for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Windows PC.
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