Warframe’s Fortuna expansion widens the open world this November

    
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We’ve finally got a launch window for the Fortuna update that Warframe’s Digital Extremes first revealed at TennoCon this past summer: It’s coming next month, at least on PC.

“Canadian developer and publisher Digital Extremes is headed to the stars with its newest update: The Warframe┬áteam announced today it will release the open-world expansion Fortuna, for free, this November on Steam PC. Built on an imaginative science fiction terrain, Fortuna’s Venusian landscape is four to five times bigger than Plains of Eidolon (last year’s popular open-world update), and brings a different Orokin-infused look, feel and experience to Warframe’s growing universe. Tenno (players’ name in-game) will follow the Solaris United faction’s struggle against their Corpus overlords by picking up bounties and missions underground in the internment camp of Fortuna, and, using the new K-Drive hoverboard, will get wicked across exotic new terrain peppered with Orokin structures, towering mushroom stands, and oceanic flora.”

DE does note that the PS4 and Xbox One versions will lag a bit behind (“this winter”), plus we’re all still expecting the Switch edition on November 20th.

Source: Press release
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