Digital Extremes announced that Fortuna, the open world expansion to Warframe that was announced early this year’s, will be launching in November 2018 initially for PC, while the console editions are to follow soon after.
“Built on an imaginative science fiction terrain, Fortuna‘s Venusian landscape is four to five times bigger than Plains of Eidolon (last year’s popular open-world update), and brings a different Orokin-infused look, feel and experience to Warframe‘s growing universe.
Tenno (players’ name in-game) will follow the Solaris United faction’s struggle against their Corpus overlords by picking up bounties and missions underground in the internment camp of Fortuna, and, using the new K-Drive hoverboard, will get wicked across exotic new terrain peppered with Orokin structures, towering mushroom stands, and oceanic flora.” via wccftech
Warframe Fortuna takes place in Orb Vallis, an open world Venusian region that hides the underground city of Fortuna. The region’s native population are Solaris, mechanically augmented people who are toiling away to buy their freedom. Orb Vallis is a hostile landscape filled, courtesy of Orokin terraformation devices and Venusian atmosphere. It houses many Corpus outposts and colonies, with Fortuna being one of the later.
The game will run at 30 frames per second and is being developed by Panic Button, the Texas-based studio that handled the excellent Doom and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Nintendo Switch ports. In order to visit the underground city of Fortuna and the Orb Vallis above, you must first complete the Venus Junction on Earth.
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