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Warframe is offering a free special armor set for its 7th anniversary

Warframe is now formally seven years outdated (though that quantity may be larger relying on the way you’re counting), and as a part of the celebration, you possibly can earn a particular armor set by taking part in all through March. Every weekend gives particular rewards as a part of the anniversary party, and you may earn rewards from earlier celebrations as effectively.

The new Dex Raksaka armour is out there to gamers who log in and play throughout the celebration. Each weekend all through the month, Warframe is providing further rewards within the type of equipment and weapons tied to the Dex Raksaka set. This weekend, Anniversary Alert 1 awards the Dex Furis twin pistols, the Dex Nouchali Syandana, and a weapon slot. You can log in and play to earn the rewards till March 9 at 14:00 EDT / 16:00 BST.

From March 13-16, play Anniversary Alert 2 to earn the Dex Dakra sword, the Excalibur Dex pores and skin, and one other weapon slot. Anniversary Alert three is out there March 20-23, and gives up the Dex Sybaris rifle, an Excalibur Dex noggle, and one other weapon slot. The fourth Anniversary Alert would be the final weekend of the month, March 27-30, throughout which you’ll be capable to choose up the Excalibur Dex in Action glyph and the Liset Dex pores and skin.

The anniversary video exhibits off the Dex Raksaka in motion, and offers a whirlwind of highlights from the previous seven years of Warframe.

Warframe is offering a free special armor set for its 7th anniversary

If you haven’t dropped into Warframe for some time, you would possibly need to get caught up on what’s occurred with the newest patch, which simply launched this week. Warframe Revised makes a ton of high quality of life adjustments – together with a serious discount in value for Railjack building.

You additionally could also be to know what Digital Extremes has deliberate for Warframe within the coming yr. There’s loads extra content material on the way in which, plus the annual TennoCon celebration.

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