Warframe developer Digital Extremes has announced that the console edition of its free-to-play shooter will launch on PS4 first, and re-iterated that it’s a day-one release.
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Warframe developer Digital Extremes is bringing its free-to-play ninja shooter to PS4 at launch, and in an interview with VG247, has discussed the console’s technical power and PC-like architecture. The studio also championed the DualShock 4 controller as the best console pad they’ve ever held.
Digital Extremes creative director Steve Sinclair has said that while most mod-sized studios would rather play the safe card by developing a mobile title, to them, it’s just as risky as going free-to-play – like with Warframe.
Warframe is coming to PlayStation 4 as a launch title, with Digital Extremes describing the porting process and hardware as “awesome”. See how the worked-over co-op shooter looks with the new console’s grunt behind it in the debut trailer through the break.
Digital Extremes’ free-to-play sci-fi action effort Warframe is on the way to the PlayStation 4, which is a bit of a turn up for the books.
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