Warframe PS5 and Xbox Series X Enhancements Revealed, Looks Stunning In Latest Trailer

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Warframe, Digital Extremes' loot-shooter action title is coming to the next console generation.

The free-to-play title will make the jump to PS5 and Xbox Series X, with a wealth of new graphical upgrades.

Update: Digital Extremes has confirmed that the game will launch on PS5 on November 26.

Warframe Next-Gen Details Revealed

Check out the next-gen trailer below:


The game will run at up to 4K resolution and 60 frames-per-second on next-gen hardware, with drastically improved loading times to create a seamless experience.


According to a Digital Extremes press release, an "all-new Enhanced Renderer ups the ante on dynamic lighting."

"From the neon underbelly of Fortuna, to our newest landscape on the Infested moon of Deimos... there’s no better place to see the stunning differences."

"The light from the sun now casts long shadows through the trees, foliage creates dynamic shadows as you stalk through it, and the reflections of the dense Cetus market can be seen across your Warframe as you stroll through."

The game will also see a texture remaster across the entire game, with new detail and colour, as well as a reduced install size.

PlayStation 4 players will be able to play with those on PS5, with more details on Xbox One and Xbox Series S/X cross-generation play in the future.

On PlayStation 5, Warframe will take advantage of the system's card-based UI, with players able to hop straight into a Sanctuary Onslaught Challenge, as well as track progress towards trophies.

It'll also support the console's Adaptive Triggers, so "players will experience the impact of every shot fired with each trigger pull." The team is working to expand the use of the Dualsense haptics to allow for players to feel different environments beneath their character's feet.

Finally, PlayStation Plus users can get a bundle worth $30 for free right now, inspired by the Dualsense controller. Check it out below.


PS Plus subscribers can grab this bundle free