I don't know that Warframe really has the framework or the resources behind it to really pull it off successfully. Like sort of the thing with an open world setup is that it takes a tremendous amount of work to make it really effective. It's really easy to make a huge map, and then fill it with not nearly enough to do. The problem that the open worlds run into in their current state is a combination of a) the aforementioned problem and b) the things that we do have to do are really repetitive. Even having one open world that's sufficiently dynamic and engaging and has enough exploration, missions, and radiant events to do is a massive undertaking. Warframe already has two, with one more eventually on the way, and the two we have are pretty thin on content. I don't want to sound cynical, but I don't think it would work out great given what we know about 2020 Warframe.
So I haven't played this game in a month or so. I saw some good changes and wanted to come back, only to find that I'm having some bizarre problems with the launcher. If I try to boot it, Steam says that the game is running, but the launcher never appears. If the launcher even shows up in the task manager (which it doesn't always do), then it will either be running, but taking up zero memory, or it will say it's suspended. I'm not sure what happened. I didn't tamper with the files at all in my time away from the game. I've tried rebooting my PC, rebooting Steam, and reinstalling Warframe, but so far, none of them have worked. How should I go about solving this problem?