(XB1)CannyJack

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  1. Interestingly, the mission is about a million times easier on PC than it is on console. Noob archwing on PC and I got it in pass #2; I never managed to beat it on the Xbox, even with a souped up archwing. I think you might even start with an extra minute on the PC version.
  2. I have to say that was why I found it weird -- I assumed the vast majority of great Tennogen was on the PC version, but since I didn't make the Steam connection, I was super confused.
  3. Oh, don't get me wrong. I'm not raging at all -- I just didn't realize how it worked. I'll re-download through Steam at some point in the future (when I have time) and get things set up to access the Tennogen that way.
  4. Aha! I had no idea. Thank you all for the info.
  5. No, just a straight download.
  6. Is Warframe becoming Destiny 2?

    Warfame is almost, but not quite entirely, unlike Destiny 2.
  7. Apologies for what may be a dumb question: I'm a long-time Xbox One player, but a relatively new PC player with Warframe. I landed myself one of those 75% discounts, bought a bootyload of platinum, and figured I'd buy up some cosmetics since I had the plat. But a number of the things that were available on console are missing from the PC, and overall the cosmetic options seem to be much thinner. Now, I realize that the offerings across platforms will be different, but I was surprised by the apparent lack of options (for instance, lots of skins aren't available, lots of helmets, quite a few of the Syandanas, etc) -- are they just not there, or is there some threshold I have to cross before being able to access them?
  8. How do we want Warframe to end?

    If it can't be the best ongoing game, by god it'll be the ONGOINGEST ongoing game.
  9. Warframe 2018

    And vanishes on melee attacks (or more often, both target AND 'wing vanish, leaving you with the noise of a metallic chopping followed by an explosion). Personally, I'd rather have arch-melee attacks actually be grabbing on to enemy ships and punching holes in them / attaching explosives / just firing weapons into exposed circuitry (more like Rodeo-ing a Titan in Titanfall than swinging around a big sword).
  10. Lotus snarkiness necessary?

    Document, document, document. As long as you have the proper documentation, you might be able to take your case to Space HR.
  11. How do we want Warframe to end?

    By being transformed into enlightened beings of pure energy, free from our earthly grind. Failing that, Warframe 2: Electric Boogaloo will be fine.
  12. Next rank in Arbiters?

    There's no way around it - you have to grind for, or trade for, the part you need.
  13. It's just the way they've set it up: the blueprint for a part, and the built part, are different things. So when you're looking at the void relic rewards, it will only tell you if you have an unbuilt blueprint. It would be nice, however, if it would indicate either the built part OR the blueprint.
  14. Keeping weapons.

    It's really up to you. Deleting them will give you open inventory slots, and in the case of Mk-1 weapons, there really is no reason to keep them if you have either their better, regular counterparts or primed versions. My general approach is keep things unless a) I'm hurting for inventory slots, or b) I just really didn't like the weapon. Most weapons are viable for a reasonably long time in starchart missions (assuming you keep modding and improving them). For a lot of things, though, you can always re-buy their blueprints if you want to have the weapon again.