If you tuned in during the last Tennocon, you might remember Digital Extremes mentioned it wanted to bring cross-platform save to Warframe. Today, during the latest devstream, we finally got more details regarding this long-awaited function. This update will launch completely before the year ends but will be coming gradually for all players. This is a great call, as it requires some testing due to the huge number of players this MMO has. While the start date is uncertain, everyone should get ready to enjoy this new feature.
Warframe’s Cross-Platform Save Feature Will Launch Gradually for Players
In an attempt to make the cross-saving process smoother, Digital Extremes will roll out this feature gradually. A few players will be chosen in phases as a part of a stress test, with everyone having this feature ready by the end of 2023. According to the devstream, the team is adamant about being transparent regarding the information of this update. It’s uncertain how players will get picked, so we hope we’ll get more details about it. However, the developers have promised we’ll all get the update before 2023 ends, so that means we won’t have to wait long for it.
This piece of news is huge and is accompanied by all the game’s plans for the next decade. The new Cinematic Quest brings many features, including a new narrative arc, mission types, and the game’s 55th Warframe. If you haven’t played this game for a while, now’s the perfect chance. There are many things to do, and there’ll be more to do in the coming years. And if you’re not a big fan of the game’s style, the developers unveiled Soulframe during Tennocon, the team’s next big project.
It has a great setting, engaging combat, and many features that Warframe fans and newcomers will equally like. So, remember to follow Warframe for more information and tune in on December 7 for The Game Awards, which is when we’ll see more details about Digital Extremes’ long-standing MMO.