Warframe Podcast Episode 86 – How would we evolve Warframe?

It’s March again, so you know what that means – yep, it’s another Warframe Anniversary!

With Warframe hitting 7 years of age, it’s starting to get long in the tooth – even as it innovates. But do we think DE would ever make Warframe 2? How would we evolve Warframe? The Cephalons discuss this and more in detail.


  • News: Warframe Revised out on PC, Double Affinity Weekend on PC, Warframe celebrates 7 years, community-created Warframe time!
  • Discussion: How would we evolve Warframe?
  • Beginner Topic: Anniversary Update for 2020
  • Advanced Topic: Proton Mod Set

Also – Cephalon Greg has launched a new podcast, focused on spooky tales of the Supernatural! Be sure to check it out by clicking the following link:

Chaos to the Fly

Warframe Podcast

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Greg Newbegin
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Gamer since the early '80s. Dad. May or may not be terrible at video games. Also a writer of fantasy, sci-fi, and horror - see what I'm working on at genewbegin.com!

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