Enlist with the Tenno to safeguard a continuously expanding universe



  • Dynamic Sci-Fi Combat
  • Extensive Warframes Arsenal
  • Free-to-Play Model
  • Player Community Engagement


  • Complex Learning Curve
  • Slow resource accumulation
  • Limited PvP

Specifications for Warframe

  • Android Version Requirement: Android 6.0 or later.
  • iOS Version Requirement: iOS 11.0 or later.
  • RAM: 2GB RAM is recommended for smooth gameplay.
  • Internet Connection: A stable internet connection is required..
  • Recommended Processor: The game requires at least a quad-core processor with speeds of 2.0 GHz or higher.
  • Graphics Compatibility: Warframe is compatible with devices supporting OpenGL ES 3.0 or higher.
  • Developer: Digital Extremes.

Gameplay Overview

Warframe is an action-packed, cooperative online game that takes players to a futuristic universe. In the game, you become a powerful space ninja known as a "Warframe." Your mission is to explore various planets, complete missions, and battle against different factions. The gameplay is fast-paced and offers a mix of shooting, melee combat, and unique Warframe abilities, allowing for diverse playstyles. The game is known for its emphasis on teamwork, as players can team up with friends or join squads online to tackle challenging missions and defeat formidable enemies. With a vast array of Warframes and weapons to choose from, Warframe provides an exciting and ever-evolving gaming experience with regular updates introducing new content.

Pricing and Platforms

Warframe follows a free-to-play model and is available on multiple platforms, including PC, PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch. The game is free to download and play, offering a substantial amount of content without any upfront cost. The in-game currency, Platinum, can be purchased with real money and is used for buying cosmetic items, Warframes, weapons, and other convenience items. However, almost all items in the game can be earned through gameplay without spending money. The Platinum market allows players to trade items, providing a player-driven economy. The variety of ways to earn in-game items and the option to trade make Warframe a player-friendly free-to-play game, giving both paying and non-paying players a chance to enjoy the full breadth of content.

Warframe offers various Platinum packs for purchase, ranging from small to large bundles. The pricing depends on the platform and region, with discounts often available during promotional events. Purchasing Platinum not only supports the developers but also provides players with a quicker route to cosmetic items, Warframes, and weapons. However, the game ensures that all gameplay content, including new Warframes and weapons, can be obtained through in-game efforts. This approach makes Warframe a well-balanced free-to-play title, offering a fair system for players to choose their level of investment in the game.

Gifts and bonuses

Rewards in missions are divided into two pools: rotation and accumulated. For instance, in Defense missions, the accumulated pool gets rewards from Rotation A at Waves 5, and 10, and Rotation B at Wave 15. Completing wave 20 adds a Rotation C reward. The pattern repeats at waves 25 and 30 for Rotation A, wave 35 for Rotation B, and wave 40 for Rotation C. The accumulated pool is awarded at the mission end for success and forfeited otherwise.

Certain missions like Defense, Infested Salvage, Interception, and The Index let players decide to stay or leave at the end of each rotation. Leaving grants accumulated pool rewards, while those staying continue. In The Index, a random AI Warframe specter replaces departing players. In Defection, Excavation, and Survival, any squad member can leave at the extraction point after the first rotation. Sanctuary Onslaught has no extraction point, ending individually for players who fail to enter the next portal or collectively if killing efficiency hits zero, with accumulated pool payouts at that time. Players past zone 2 are guaranteed the payout if they continue willingly.