New Warframe Update Available for Consoles – Beasts of the Sanctuary

New Warframe Update Available for Consoles – Beasts of the Sanctuary

Digital Extremes continues to add content to Warframe a free-to-play third person shooter and the latest update is for console players called Beasts of the Sanctuary, a free update available on PS4 and Xbox One. This is the same update that PC players got back in April.

New Warframe Update – Beasts of the Sanctuary

Beasts of the Sanctuary brings a new Warframe, Khora who can use both offensive and defensive strategies to her advantage. Armed with a metallic whip and can summon a metal kavat companion at will which cycles between attack, protect and heal postures.

The update also brings the new Sanctuary Onslaught, a wave-based survival mode playable solo or in a team. So now you can gather your squad and take on the hordes of enemies while journeying through timed portals.

Warframe is available free-to-play on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and has over 38 million players.

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5 comments on “New Warframe Update Available for Consoles – Beasts of the Sanctuary”

  1. Avatar Lich180 says:

    Sanctuary Onslaught is quite fun, but can be a bit buggy at times with some disconnection issues. I haven’t experienced any myself, and I’ve been in it off and on all day.

    Also returning to consoles is the Plague Star event, where the Tenno must protect Cetus (the open world area) from a massive Infestation boil. Some really good and rare gear is obtainable, as well as some hard to aquire crafting materials.

  2. Avatar Yuria says:

    I watched some streamer play this, looks a lot of fun.

  3. Avatar Lich180 says:

    It is. It’s very dense, with a lot of different gameplay systems and mechanics in use. You get used to it after a while, but at first it can feel a little overwhelming.

    Everything in game can be earned totally free, without spending a cent. The premium currency can be traded between players, so you aren’t forced to buy it at all. I’ve spent maybe 60$ on some stuff, because I’ve probably put 300 hours into Warframe since November.

    The gameplay is great, fast paced and frenetic. Warframes are varied and diverse, with a ton of different gameplay options and strategies.

    I’d say try it out, give it a few weeks to get into it. The beginning is not newbie friendly, in the sense that there’s just so much stuff to learn and get used to. But after you get over the learning curve it’s amazing.

  4. Avatar skarekrow13 says:

    I was an early adopter for PS4 and this was out early (and free). I was completely blown away by it. I don’t mesh well with other people in this type of game and eventually the time to progress solo was too much to really advance. All in all though, there’s a reason it’s still going strong after all this time. This game is special

  5. Avatar Fallenangel700 says:

    I got into Warframe a few years ago when it was first starting out, and again around November when the Plains came out. It definitely falls into the category of "I can’t believe this is free." Around the 300 hour mark, I did pay money simply to support the devs. (the sweet cosmetics didn’t hurt ether) Not only is the gameplay fun, but it has some amazing, if somewhat sparse, storytelling. Especially the Second Dream and Chains of Harrow quests. I highly recommend this game.

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