Warframe’s bold The Duviri Paradox growth has been delayed into 2023 – however there’re nonetheless a few treats heading to the free-to-play sci-fi shooter earlier than the top of the yr, together with a mini prequel going by the title of Lua’s Prey.
The Duviri Paradox is Warframe’s newest open-world growth – following the likes of Plains of Eidolon and Coronary heart of Deimos – and plunges gamers into the extraordinarily bizarre world of Duviri, a fantasy-western-themed kingdom current contained in the thoughts of recent large dangerous Dominus Thrax. Extra placing, although – and there is a number of eye-catching stuff, from its stark black and white aesthetic to its skeletal horse steed – is its new rewind-on-death mechanic that sees developer Digital Extremes “flirting with rogue-like components”.
It is intriguing stuff then, however whereas The Duviri Paradox was initially as a result of launch a while in “winter 2022”, Digital Extremes has now confirmed it is pushing the growth’s launch again into 2023. The studio did not supply a lot on the explanation behind the delay, solely saying it was “to ship the most effective expertise potential.”
Whereas Warframe followers might want to wait a little bit bit longer for The Duviri Paradox, Digital Extremes is filling the newly created void on the finish of 2022 with a few newly introduced additions, together with the Lua’s Prey mini growth, which arrives on all platforms “this winter”.
Serving as a “mild prequel” to The Duviri Paradox, Lua’s Prey sees gamers venturing right into a destroyed piece of the Earth’s moon to analyze a sinister entity. It provides two new survival missions with Necramech parts, plus new cosmetics together with Void Shell and Deluxe skins. It’s going to additionally introduce the brand new wolf-inspired Warframe, Voruna, designed in collaboration with comedian e book artist and recreation developer Joe Madureira.
However first, there’s the Echoes of Veilbreaker replace, bringing varied overhauls, additions, and high quality of life tweaks to September’s Veilbreaker replace. Arriving subsequent week, it consists of reworks for Void Sabotage bosses Venk’ra and Sprag – introducing new combat mechanics in Kahl’s weekly missions alongside an aesthetic replace – in addition to a brand new Skaut touchdown craft. There’s additionally a brand new Ostron Cowl room for Dojos, and 200 Ostron-themed decorations.
Warframe’s Echoes of the Veilbreaker arrives on all platforms subsequent Wednesday, 2nd December.