Warframe: Empyrean got a brand new live 30 minute demo courtesy of TennoCon 2019, as well as tons of other new updates and expansions.
During TennoCon 2019, studio Digital Extremes revealed tons of new gameplay and content for Warframe: Empyrean. Empyrean is Warframe‘s space combat expansion that includes new larger-scale cooperative gameplay with ship-to-ship combat, the new multiplayer Squad Link system, and customizable battleship options.
You can check out the 30 minute demonstration of that update just below, which was demoed live by the devs during their presentation:
The devs also released tons of other new videos, showcasing even more content updates. Upcoming additions and expansions include the New War Trailer, which shows off the fouth cinematic quest as well as the new open world expansion The Duviri Paradox.
There’s also two new updates available now for players on all consoles. The first, Nightwave Series 2, is a free, rotating seasonal system that allows you to meet the mysterious emissary and earn Warframe rewards. Each series unfolds over several weeks and tells a brand new story. By completing daily and weekly challenges, players can unlock limited-time rewards (gear, cosmetics, and more) while experiencing the story as they play. In Series 2: The Emissary players will meet a strange mute child named Arlo who emerges unharmed from the Infestation and brings with him the miraculous ability to heal the sick.
The second is Wukong Prime Access, which grants said access to the the primal trickster storyline and includes rewards such as the Zhuge Prime crossbow, the Ninkondi Prime nunchaku and more.
There’s also a brand contest, with a new promotional video. Those who already play Warframe and any new players are both eligible to win $250,000 towards a trip to space by signing up. You can read the full rules and regulations for the contest here.
Nightwave: Series 1 — The Wolf of Saturn Six went live on all Warframe platforms back in February, which introduced a new reward tier system and Wolf Cred. Warframe also released for Nintendo Switch late last year and has reached over 1 million downloads since then.