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Ten Tips for Getting Started in Warframe

Thursday, August 10, 2017 11:09:59 PM America/Los_Angeles

Warframe has gone out of a barebones alpha to a full fledged contender to Destiny from the few years that it's been out, so if you never tried it before, there's probably no better time than today to take a peek at it. I've compiled a few tips from my two decades of playing which should help you kickstart your way into one of Playstation 4's and Steam's most popular F2P games.

Before we begin, if you don't know much about Warframe, here's a quick video of a few of those ancient game gameplay around the PS4:

 

 

Mastery of the Frame

The game has a very in-depth tutorial, but it will not touch you the specifics of every warframe. At the beginning you can select one of three warframes, but there are many more available. Knowing how to play each particular warframe is crucial to beating the challenges that Warframe throws at you. Some frames are designed for heavy melee battle while others are designed for ranged gunplay. For instance, Excalibur focuses more on melee compared to Volt, which concentrates on ranged "magic" play.

Stealth Can Be Rewarding

If you stealth kill an enemy, then it does not really matter how much health it's - it has gone. Some enemies, like Wardens, have substantial health pools which can take a good deal of melee and gunplay to take down. Stealthing is mad easy, just crouch and creep up, enemies frequently patrol in rather simple routines, so wait until their back is turned and take them out.

Stealth can do the job for gunplay. In a room, especially heavily fortified rooms, search for the strongest enemy in the room (heavy > medium > light) like a Grineer Naplam or Comannder and then unleash hell with your gun on them. Heavies don't take cover as well as the most powerful out of the way, the rest become a lot easier to take care of.

Secret Caches & Tiles

A few matters about stealth - there are control panels anyplace that'll stop an awake, this is good or bad, depending upon the assignment since you may clear out other rooms in a single room with the alert. They can be turned off very quickly. Stealth attacks do crazy damage, as a percentage of your weapon damage (1200% to 2400%) and for high level assignments will not 1 hit kill enemies. Stealth gameplay is known as MUCH harder to do on a full map, but taking out only enemies is often recommended.

Secret Caches & Tiles

Warframe maps are randomly generated with numerous tiles glued together with entrances / exits connecting one tile set with another. You will run across the same tiles over and over again since you play Warframe, but the exits and entrances will usually be different. In addition to the random tile sets, often there are secret rooms / pockets with loot inside of these.

These rooms often won't appear on the map and may contain special lockers with uncommon loot inside, but more often than not you will find 3 or 4 crates with loot, credits, health, and energy inside.

Tileset Confusion - Follow the Marker

When playing online you'll definitely see a person run in the wrong direction for no reason (no loot, no enemies) and get lost often. The matter with random tilesets is that they're glued together randomly, so you have to follow the mark on the mini-map to understand where you ought to go. Don't forget that you can have a room that's absolutely huge with all kinds of doors, but the only place you will need to go is where the mark is.

Leave Enemy's Behind

Enemies will rarely transfer between chambers unless an alarm was sounded and even after that, they need to be within range of an alerted enemy / doodad in order to come running. Frequently you can just jump over battle by choosing a zipline or stealthing into the next section. Combat is significant to farm adventure, but it also may bring risk - should you die, you don't receive all of the rewards in the assignment and a quest will fail (meaning that you need to restart the map).

This only works in solo play, when together with different players the right thing to do is work together, if everybody wants to kill every thing, it's a lot easier to help, along with the XP is good also. Sometimes though, running is much more strategic, especially if there's a timer in your escape.

Don't Let the Store Intimidate You

For new players, you will immediately see the things available for platinum the premium money, but most everything in the game could be crafted and the entire fun of the game is finishing random assignments in which the maps are somewhat different each time to farm parts, mods, resources, and patterns to create really cool items.

You make use of the premium money to rush up things, such as getting into the warframe you want really badly, but otherwise I would not even examine the store. There is ways to save platinum too, some players purchase parts stacks out of the store for platinum to help get them too their new warframe faster.

Remember - the fun of Warframe is after you've finished the 12 planets, it is all about farming new gear for the battle worlds (obtained via keys and events). Adopt the grind.

Starting Weapons Suck

After your starting weapon is level 30, sell it off and then replace it with whatever, or if you're able to afford too sooner on, buy something else to replace it. Bear in mind that everything anticipate some decorative items could be redeemed / crafted, so after the initial tutorial, begin planning on crafting a new weapon on your own. The game becomes so much easier after that new weapon. Starting weapons are just for the beginning, there's a lot more comfortable and more amazing weapons out there.

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