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What is power?
The Corpus’ ability to field destructive cutting edge technology to impose their will on their foes or perhaps is it the sheer amount of capital they possess to influence man, markets, and bureaucracy alike? How about the Grineer, whose sole purpose in life is their devotion to their queens and total domination of the universe. What they lack in technology and in capital, they more than make up in conviction and their endless numbers.
In Warframe, you represent power. The power to end conflicts with a swing of your sword. The power to tilt the balance of power between civilizations at will. The power to render technology obsolete because YOU, are a living weapon.
The run down.
- Customization at its finest. Everything can be recolored. Mods are available to further enhance yourself, weapons, and kubrow because wrecking one army isn’t enough. Everyone has to go
- Parkour. Prerequisite for ninja status
- Everything can be found without paying but patience is a must.
- Raids a step in the right direction
- Developers engage with community. Frequent updates
- F2P but pay for convenience. Nearly any weapon, mod, and warframe can be bought with money. The only limits being the size of your wallet and the amount of trades available per day (determined by rank)
- End game can be monotonous and certain frames consist of spamming one or two buttons to kill entire rooms of enemies. RNG is a big factor in drops
- PvP is a work in progress
- Experiences connection issues and bugs at times
You’ll feel powerful but perhaps, at least in this case, can too much power be a bad thing? End game becomes a cake walk once you have your warframe and weapons properly geared. Worth a shot if playing casually but towards end game when you’re literally a walking god, don’t expect much of a challenge