Warframe Announced for Nintendo Switch


2K Sports brought WWE 2K18 to Nintendo Switch past year, but it suffered from a number of problems like framerate issues and more.

Mention of a Nintendo Switch release for WWE 2K19 has been largely absent from press materials since the annual wrestling game was formally announced in June, and for good reason.

After the success of Warframe on the Xbox One and PlayStation platforms, game developer Digital Extremes is ready to port the game over to the Nintendo Switch as well.

Warframe was already one of the most successful free-to-play games on the market, and after that preview, I suspect it will find even more fans.

In many ways, Warframe feels like a scaled-down Destiny.

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The game will be played in co-op and allows players to team up and fight factions, and will also be featuring a competitive game mode.

Ever wished you could play Warframe on the bus, in bed, or on the toilet? The plot is centered around members of the Tenno, a race of ancient warriors who were kept in a deep cryogenic slumber for centuries. The game also gives players the ability to join clans, tame animals, upgrade armour and explore a huge open world - what's not to like? The game is now without a release date or even window, but when we know, you will know.

"WWE 2K19 will not be available on Nintendo Switch".

The game is now available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One and features hundreds of of weapons and over 35 Warframes, and thousands of customisation options. Reviewer Chris Watters wrote: "Some problematic menus pale in comparison to Warframe's real problem: a pervasive tendency toward repetition".