Warframe’s horrifying new Chains of Harrow Update has officially gone live for console players today, bringing a variety of haunting new content to Tenno on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The Chains of Harrow update includes a new Warframe, ghastly new lore-based story quests, horrific enemies, and a couple fun new weapons.
The Chains of Harrow update’s creepy theme seems to take a page straight out of a horror movie. The highlight of the Warframe Chains of Harrow update is Lotus’ wicked new Harrow Warframe, which comes with four unique abilities. Here’s what the Harrow Warframe has to offer, according to the official website:
- Condemn – Cast a wave of energy that chains them where they stand. Each enemy held reinforces Harrow's shields.
- Penance – Sacrifice shields to boost reload, and fire rate while converting damage inflicted on enemies into health for Harrow and nearby allies.
- Thurible – Channel Harrow's energy into the Thurible to generate a buff. The more energy channeled, the longer the buff will last. Once finished, kill enemies to bestow nearby allies with bursts of energy. Headshots produce extra energy.
- Covenant – Protect nearby allies with an energy force that absorbs all damage and converts it to a Critical Chance bonus for all those under the Covenant. Headshots are amplified even further.
Along with the new Warframe, players can try out two new weapons: the Knell pistol, which gains increased critical chance for each headshot, as well as the and the Scourge spear, which damages targets with corrosive plasma. Players can also now dual-wield throwable melee weapons and single-handed secondary weapons, as you can see in the clip below:
The Chains of Harrow update also adds a new quest to the Codex for players who have completed The War Within and unlocked Mot in the Void. If you’ve completed these requirements, then check your Codex to start the quest and investigate an eerie transmission from an abandoned vessel outside of Earth.
Speaking of Earth, Warframe players can also look forward to a completely new environmental appearance on Earth. With the Chains of Harrow update, Earth has been remastered to make Earth look more visually stunning. The remaster also helped remove some old game assets, which has resulted in more disc space and improved loading times for everyone.
PC players got a head start with the Chains of Harrow update, and reception seems positive so far. For more details on this chilling update, head over to the official Warframe Chains of Harrow page.Load Comments