Expanding the ever-evolving Warframe universe once again, the new update – Tubemen of Regor – offers PC players a wealth of new gameplay, weapons, customizations and more. Additions to PvP Conclaves include new game modes, mods and maps. Three new weapons also add further diversity and power to the Tenno arsenal and Nightmare Trials pit players against extra challenging new enemies with gameplay tweaks and traps.
Tubemen of Regor includes:
- New Tileset: Explore the Sealab, hidden away in Uranus’ vast ocean of helium, methane and ammonia.
- New Weapons:
Boltace – An intimidating Tonfa set designed to match the design of the Boltor.
Daikyu – It takes great strength to draw back, but provides added power and range.
Atomos – This particle cannon generates condensed beams of super-heated plasma designed to melt rock to ore, and enemies to molten slag.
- Conclaves Expansion:
New Game Modes: Players can work with fellow Tenno to shut down the enemy team in Team Annihilation, capturing Oro dropped from each player kill to earn points toward victory, or work against seven other Tenno in a deathmatch free-for-all in Annihilation.
New Mods: New PvP Augment Mods are available for Valkyr Hysteria, Ember Fireblast and Oberon Reckoning.
New Maps: Canyon Settlement, Freight Line, Navigation Array and Docking Bay have been added to the Conclave Map rotation.
- New Trials: Nightmare Trials are challenging encounters designed for experienced groups of Tenno looking for a new challenge. Harder hitting enemies, new traps and tweaks to each of the existing encounters in the Trials of Vay Hek push a squad’s coordination to the limit.
- New Customizations:
Caggro Sugatra – Expressing the martial finesse and skill of its master, the Strekk Sugatra is based on a Grineer design.
Adventus Arrow Skin Collection – A collection of unique arrow skins compatible with any bow. Includes the Cattaril, Sylus and Meer Arrow Skins. Each Skin is also available separately for purchase.
Currently this Warframe update is only available for PC, but will be made available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in the coming weeks. This isn’t the first time that Warframe on PC has gotten content before the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One; it’s last update – Sanctuary – also received a release on PC first, as The Nerd Stash has previously covered.
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