If you’re one of the many Warframe players that don’t play on PC, you probably are a little sad to see updates for the free-to-play game coming to your platform a couple weeks after the fact. This has been going on ever since the PlayStation 4 launched, mainly because of the process of bringing updates and content piecemeal to a close platform.
The biggest update Warframe has ever seen is in the form of their first ever expansion, Plains of Eidolon, bringing a giant open area with a day and night cycle. This has changed the game dramatically, potentially for the better, moving away from the closed areas that the game is known for.
Well it looks like PlayStation 4 and Xbox One users will be able to finally get their hands on it. Digital Extremes has announced that the Plains of Eidolon update will be coming to console on November 14, giving players access to the 34th Warframe, Gara, alongside new weapons, reinforcements, and updated Focus system, next skins, the new open area filled with activities such as fishing and building your own weapons, and so much more.