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Warframe is getting ready for a major update with ‘Whispers in the Walls’

Warframe, the acclaimed free-to-play action RPG, is gearing up for a major update with ‘Whispers in the Walls’, set to enhance the gaming experience for both new and veteran players. Digital Extremes, the developer behind Warframe, announced this significant update during their latest Devstream, revealing exciting features and a more inclusive approach for newcomers.

A key change in ‘Whispers in the Walls’ is the removal of Mastery Rank requirements for new players. Mastery Ranks, previously a hurdle for accessing cinematic quests and leveling up through various in-game elements, are being restructured.

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This shift aims to help new players catch up with veterans more smoothly, allowing them to dive into quests like ‘Whispers in The Walls’ without the constraints of earlier game mechanics.

However, the update maintains the Mastery Rank system for using specific weapons and other game aspects, ensuring that the core mechanics of Warframe continue to reward long-term players. Additionally, a new Story Skip pack is being introduced as a Level Skip pack, offering players a quick boost to engage in more challenging content.

‘Whispers in the Walls’ also introduces a host of new content, including the new Warframe Qorvex, a player hub called The Sanctum, and a fresh cinematic quest.

Players will explore the role of Albrecht Entrati, a pivotal character in the game’s lore who first accessed the Void. The update brings new Murmur enemies and a unique weapon, the Grimoire, which can be strengthened through Alchemy and Netracells missions.

Set to go live in December, ‘Whispers in the Walls’ promises an immersive experience with its blend of narrative depth and gameplay enhancements. Warframe fans can also expect a sneak peek of the update at The Game Awards on December 7th. As the Warframe community anticipates this release, it’s clear that Digital Extremes is committed to evolving the game while maintaining the elements that have captivated its audience for years.

Bilgesu Erdem
Bilgesu Erdem
Bilgesu graduated from Ankara University, Faculty of Communication, Department of Radio, Television and Cinema. After working as a reporter for various television channels and a newspaper, Bilgesu is currently working as a content editor at Newslinker. She loves technology and animals.

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