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  1. The biggest hurdle, which would suck up an enormous amount of time and resources, is the fact that the Switch is not an x86 processor based platform. The reason why porting Warframe to the XB1 and PS4 was easy was because these systems use x86 AMD processors, meaning that the instruction set (and by extension the developer tools) resulted in a far more similar environment to PCs. This is also the reason why Warframe won't be brought to the Wii U, PS3, Vita, Etc.
  2. When a weapon (or damage type exploit) is capable of 'instantly' killing level 100 enemies and trivializes the game's content, it being fixed should not come as a surprise.
  3. Unfortunately the Founders exclusive gear will not be made obtainable again. Excalibur, Skana and Lato Prime were special thank-you items given to users who helped provide Warframe with the initial funding it needed to flourish. Making them obtainable through trading or purchase would violate the promise DE made with regards to the items' exclusivity, and it would be a violation of many players' trust.
  4. If you encounter a bug, you should report it in the appropriate subforum. If it's a visual bug and doesn't allow you to cheat or exploit during normal gameplay, it isn't something that affords you an unfair advantage (and therefore it is extremely unlikely you'll be penalized for reproducing the bug). If it's something you (or anyone else) can capture in the Captura interface, then it's not violating any of the submission rules for the contest. Additionally, DE staff members likely receive dozens of private messages each day. If they spent the time answering every single question on the forums and in private messages, they'd have no time left over to actually develop the game. This is why it's important to use the appropriate subforums; because different staff members in DE handle different tasks--the staff member you PMed may not be one who's involved in identifying and patching visual bugs (and therefore prioritized other PMs which did fall under the umbrella of their duties with regards to the game's development). Posting to the appropriate subforum (and in a manner begging of the forum rules) increases the likelihood that the appropriate staff member will read (and possibly respond) to your post. Locking, as rants do not promote meaningful or civil discussion.
  5. Sorry to hear you decided to leave the game. I wish you good tidings in whatever game you decide to pick up next.
  6. If you can run Warframe, you already have DirectX installed. The game will not (and can not) run without it. Depending on what version of Windows you are running and what hardware you have in your PC, you may not be able to run the game in DirectX 11 or even DirectX 10 modes. You need to be running the appropriate version of Windows and have the appropriate hardware in order to run certain DirectX versions: Windows XP only supports DirectX 9.0 and below Windows Vista supports DirectX 10 and below Windows 7 & 8 supports DirectX 11 and below Windows 10 supports DirectX 12 and below In Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10, DirectX is included as part of the core operating system and does not need to be installed by the user. So, for example, if you have Windows 10 (which supports DirectX 12), but your Nvidia or AMD graphics processor only supports DirectX 10, then you can only use DirectX 10 or below when running games. Likewise, if you're running Windows Vista but have a graphics card that supports DirectX 12, you can only use DirectX 10 (as Windows Vista only supports up to DirectX 10).
  7. There isn't a separate download for different versions of DirectX. When you install DirectX, it installs any and all versions of the API which your operating system supports--for example if you have Windows 10, it installs the API for all versions of DirectX (including 12), even if your hardware does not support it (all this means is that if you try to run a game in a higher DirectX level than your hardware supports, you will receive a warning and the application won't run). If you're running Windows 8 or 7, DirectX 11 and below gets installed, so on and so forth. Long story short, you just have to run the DirectX Installer and that's it; it installs the latest version that your OS supports, and uses the version that both your hardware and the software you're trying to run supports. When you run the installer, it will automatically download the appropriate version for your system and install it.
  8. Yeah none of you have actually been verifying yourselves properly for the Warframe.Market site. You need to send a private message to the user @WarMarketMan, not post publicly on the forums. Here's a link to open up a private message to them: https://forums.warframe.com/messenger/compose/?to=1063789
  9. The man, the myth, the legend. The Crewman shall be remembered eternal!
  10. Locking as the thread has failed to remain civil. Attacking others for disagreeing with your opinions is not something we condone on these forums.
  11. Naming and shaming other users, regardless of couches, is a violation if the forum rules. Additionally the Trading Post subforum is only for selling/buying/trading threads. If your thread isn't for trading in-game goods, you shouldn't be posting it here. Names removed and thread locked.
  12. In the future, if users treat you in such a manner, please take screenshots and report them with a Support Ticket. Abusive behavior is not something that's tolerated within the community, and the best way to get rid of it is to report those who use it so that they can be punished and/or removed from the community.
  13. Bans (be it trade bans or full game bans) are something that you can only resolve by contacting support. And using alternate accounts to bypass in game restrictions is a violation of the game's Terms of Use Agreement (which you agreed to follow when you signed up for the game). Bans are not issued without reason, and being banned from the support desk only occurs if you do 1 of 2 things: spamming support with tickets, or acting in an abusive manner towards support representatives. In no circumstance should you be doing either of these things; spamming tickets does not get your issue resolved faster (instead you should be updating your existing ticket with a follow up comment or two) and being abusive towards DE staff who are there to help you is just plain unwise. Unfortunately there isn't much else we can do for you here on the forums @soshootso as we do not have the ability to see the full story. You may need to wait for your support ban to expire (assuming you only mildly spammed support) before you can contact them again. In the future you may want to avoid burning bridges.
  14. Console-to-PC never occurred. PC-to-Console, however, did. This was to allow PC players to migrate their progress to consoles, not the other way around. The direction of migration was opposite that what the thread starter is asking about.