February 7, 2014
Digital Extremes has been around for long time. The Canadian developer released their first game, Solar Winds, in 1992, and they’ve been going strong ever since. As the years have gone by, the studio has become associated with high profile projects such as Bioshock 2, and Homefront, but they didn’t become truly well-known until they were charged with developing The Darkness 2. Since then, however, Digital Extremes seems to have decided that a mafia boss possessed by shadow demons just wasn’t good enough. No, the gaming world needed something different, which brings us to Warframe, a Free to Play title that features futuristic space ninjas called Tenno. Unfortunately, last gen consoles put significant restrictions on Free to Play games, meaning that glorious space ninja action was confined to PC. But things change, as they always do, and the release of the PS4 means that, for the first time, console gamers will be able to satisfy all of their space ninjaing needs. Fans of the PC version will feel right at home in the PS4 version of Warframe, as it’s nearly identical. After a brief tutorial sequence that sets your newly-awakened Tenno at odds with the villainous Grineer, a race of rather silly-looking, space marine-esque baddies that are invading the galaxy, you’ll find yourself at Warframe’s star map. From there, you’ll be able to select missions relative to your level, upgrade your Warframe, and customize and upgrade your weapons and abilities.
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