Other platforms will have to wait
It’s been nearly eight years since Warframe first arrived on the scene and the game just continues to grow. Not only has developer Digital Extremes added a plethora of new content over the years, but it’s also started to go back and revamp old content. We’ve seen this already with remasters of old tilesets that improve the look of some of the original areas of the game, but today’s update is reworking old content in a different way.
The “Corpus Proxima & The New Railjack” update, now available on PC, is reimagining how space battles in the looter shooter work. The Railjack was first added to Warframe in 2019 and has been going through changes since. With today’s update, many of the roadblocks keeping players from having a Railjack have been removed. For starters, players will no longer need a Drydock or Dojo to own a Railjack. According to Digital Extremes COO Sheldon Carter, the change came about because of player feedback, saying, “You told us straight up, ‘give us more control and streamline the experience’ and this update is built with that input in every aspect.”
Railjack mission will now also be integrated with Warframe‘s core gameplay and reward loops, meaning there will be less grind separating you from owning your own ship. If you enjoyed blasting yourself into an enemy ship with your Archwing, you’ll still be able to do that in this new update.
All of these changes are in preparation for the launch of “Call of the Tempestarii,” the next major Warframe update that will release this spring on all platforms and introduce the game’s next ‘frame: Sevagoth.
For more information about the changes coming to the Railjack system, check out this video below. “Corpus Proximo & The New Railjack” is now available on PC and will launch on consoles in the coming weeks.