Warframe's next big game expansion – Duviri Paradox – finally drops next month.
Courtesy of a recent dev livestream (opens in new tab), developer Digital Extremes announced that the all-new content - which was originally due to release at the end of last year - will now be available sometime in April 2023.
"Duviri isn’t just another open world - it’s an entirely new way to experience Warframe," the studio recently teased, before confirming that another "full official cinematic" trailer will drop later this month "ahead of an April 2023" release.
"Whether you’re a veteran of the Origin System or a brand new Tenno taking the first steps on your journey, the mind-bending unreality of the Duviri Paradox is unlike anything you’ve seen before."
Whilst the team stopped short of revealing a precise release date, we're hoping we'll find out more details when the upcoming cinematic becomes available. As always, we'll keep you posted.
And don't forget, 2023's TennoCon has already been revealed, so expect a huge celebration of all things Warframe at a livestreamed and in-person event in London, Ontario, Canada, on August 26, 2023 (thanks, TheGamer (opens in new tab)).
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