Posted on August 18, 2014 AT 08:49am
Digital Extremes has announced that its free-to-play shooter Warframe will be heading to Xbox One on September 2.
The developer made the announcement during an hour-long Tenno livestream at Gamescom this weekend. You can check out the full video above, or you can just skip to the 7:30 mark to see the actual announcement.
On Xbox One the game will be released via ID@Xbox, and features SmartGlass functionality with an app called ”Warframe Nexus,” which will offer missions alerts and other information during gameplay.
“Bringing Warframe to Xbox One is a no-brainer,” Digital Extremes creative director Steve Sinclair said at E3 in June. “Our players have been asking for Warframe since the debut of the console and with the ID@Xbox Program, now we can make it happen. Having the freedom to develop and publish Warframe on our own terms is the true definition of independence to us. Warframe is a passion project for our team and building it alongside our players is a reality now with digital distribution.”
The developer also announced during the stream that Warframe now has 10 million registered users, and you can expect this number to increase come September.
Warframe is currently available on PC and PlayStation 4.
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