Yesterday, the long-anticipated Echoes of Duviri was added to Warframe. This update brings with it some small quality-of-life changes. As well as some new augments, a new Drifter melee weapon for use in The Duviri Paradox. Right alongside Wisp Prime access. Here is everything you need to know about this new update!
Quick Breakdown of Echoes of Duviri in Warframe
Echoes of Duviri is a free quality-of-life update for Warframe. However, it focuses on some new additions to The Duviri Paradox. Such as the new Argo & Vel Drifter melee weapon. You will need to defeat six normal orowyrms to earn it for use in Duviri and the ability to craft it for use outside of it. It also brought with it two new Circuit/Undercroft arenas. As well as a new three-phased Jackal fight.
This update also brings with it four new augments for warframes like Styanax and Voruna. New Duviri dojo rooms to build, and a new batch of incarnon adapters that will arrive this Sunday. When these adapters arrive, they will enable the ability to purchase them outright, with no set price until Sunday. But one of the stars of the update for Warframe was the arrival of Wisp Prime Access. This includes:
- Wisp Prime.
- Fulmin Prime.
- Gunsen Prime.
These can be bought with heavily discounted platinum like every prime access, and a set of prime accessories that includes an incredible Drifter/Operator outfit.
There was also a change to damage numbers as well. They pop out more but for players who do not like them, you can go to your user interface settings and change it back to legacy damage numbers. But this is all that has arrived in Echoes of Duviri for Warframe. This will be the last known update until Tennocon 2023 rolls around next month and shows what is coming in the future for the game.