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Warframe: Xbox Series X version coming in April

During Digital Extremes' latest devstream, Creative Director Steve Sinclair revealed the upcoming changes coming to the Next-Gen version of Warframe. Starting with the "bombshell" news: the arrival of the TPS Free-to-Play on Xbox Series X / S ...
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Warframe will arrive on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X with cross-gen play and cross-save

In the past few hours Digital Extremes has officially announced the arrival of Warframe also on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, with all the improvements that the next-gen will allow to bring to one of the most free-to-play ...
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How video games develop during the pandemic

The following article is the translation of an interview with some developers written for PC Gamer by Wes Fenlon. “I thought I was an introvert before this all happened,” says Kirk Williford, developer of Guild Wars 2 ....
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Warframe celebrates seven years with a design contest

The launch of Warframe has gone more unnoticed than you might think, and many thought that the title had no bright future. Yet here we are, celebrating seven ...
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Warframe, the Empyrean expansion is online

Warframe is one of those games that has undergone a wonderful evolution over the years. Now battles between spaceships have also been added to the title. If you are a Warframe fan, then ...
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Warframe, a special announcement will be made at the Game Awards

Yesterday, Geoff Keighley announced that "about ten new titles" will be revealed at next week's The Game Awards. Among these, a very special one should arrive. Indeed, Digital Extremes - the creator ...

Warframe, revealed the release date on the Nintendo Switch

In the latest Nintendo Direct it was revealed that the Nintendo Switch version of the free-to-play third-person shooter Warframe will be released on November 20, 2018. The game is developed by Digital Extremes and was originally released ...

Solasta: Crown of the Magister and Conan Exiles arrive on Xbox ...

Fifteen games will arrive in the Xbox Game Pass catalog by the end of May, including Solasta: Crown of the Magister and Conan ...

Pokémon Presents, new event in early June?

A new Pokémon Presents could arrive in early June. What can we expect from this pre E3 event? After the announcement of the new Pokémon titles for Nintendo ...

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