Warframe Devstream 161 has just ended, bringing with it new information about the upcoming Angels of the Zariman update. This time around we have a solid patch release date of April 27th, as well as an in-depth look at the new Gyre Warframe along with a host of new features to come.
Angels of the Zariman, which takes us to the Zariman Ten Zero ship right after the events of The New War, brings with it a whole new hub for us to explore, as well as a story-critical quest that defines what the player does can expect in the future.
First there is the quest. As mentioned above, it will drop along with the rest of the update on April 27th, with the quest itself only available to players who have defeated The New War, acting as a bottleneck for all future content updates.
Gyre, the new Warframe that comes with Angels of the Zariman comes with Alternox Weapon and Triodic Syandana. The skills available to them are as follows:
- arc sphere: A destructive and paralyzing ability. Launch a Gyratory Sphere that deals high damage on impact and periodically electrocutes nearby enemies. Hitting at least 3 enemies on the first launch increases damage.
- coil horizon: Throw a spinning ball forward that implodes after 2 seconds or can be triggered manually.
- Cathode Grace: Gain a brief burst of increased Critical Chance and Energy Regeneration, with each kill increasing the duration of the Cathode Step. Casting has a cooldown.
- rotor shaft: Gyre’s mechanisms spin at incredible speed, creating an electric field that shocks nearby enemies. When Gyre scores a critical hit, a large electrical discharge will spread from the enemy hit to nearby enemies.
- Gyre passive abilities: Gyre’s abilities have a 10% chance to deal double damage when enemies are affected by the Electricity status. Each additional Electricity Status proc adds an additional 10% chance.
The Chrysalith is Warframe’s new social hub in Angels of the Zariman, allowing players to meet and interact with one another, as well as customize their own new abode! Not only that, but you can also blast off into new mission types alone or in a group with no loading screens.
These mission types include Void Flood, a previously announced mission that requires you to seal rifts, as well as the newly revealed Void Cascade, where players keep life support systems running by cleaning damaged exolizers. Finally, another mission type is coming – Void Armageddon – albeit without additional information for now.
sleeping zones / player apartments
Are you struggling to own a home in real life? Well, you can own one in Warframe soon, which is a good alternative right? Here you can customize your own living space with a variety of plants, furniture and more with unlockable rooms. For those who have stuffed your orbiter, this is another place to throw all your junk around. Yay!
Voidshell skins and evolving weapons
Voidshell skins and evolving weapons are new additions to Warframe coming with the Angels of the Zariman update. The skins allow you to customize your Warframe with unique textures, allowing for whole new levels of fashionframe competitiveness with those who are aesthetically interested. These textures can be both earned in-game and purchased from the store.
Evolving weapons that change based on what challenges you complete also come via a new NPC in the Angels of the Zariman update. You can purchase a variety of new weapons including daggers, pistols, rifles and more.
Angel of Zariman Reworks
Both Focus Schools and Eximus enemies will be reworked. The former will be changed so that each school offers a clearer identity from each other, offering more options for players who want powerful abilities as opposed to passive energy drains. Players will receive a refund of the points they have invested in their respective schools.
Eximus enemies, which have been a long-standing threat in Warframe for years, are being reworked to pose a greater threat, offer a greater reward, and be a bit more visually distinctive.
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