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How is it that I lost access to certain planets when the game changed?


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Hello Warframe community!

I've paused Warframe for a while and when I logged back in to play the other day I've noticed that the planets menu(?) changed when you're about to pick a new mission.

Now my question is how is it that I lost access to certain planets that I could access before the update (I remember I could access Saturn and Venus) but now all the missions are locked on both of them.

I'm sorry if this is a noob questions I just wasn't playing for a while and a lot of things changed.

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9 hours ago, Tropicalkuee said:

Hello Warframe community!

I've paused Warframe for a while and when I logged back in to play the other day I've noticed that the planets menu(?) changed when you're about to pick a new mission.

Now my question is how is it that I lost access to certain planets that I could access before the update (I remember I could access Saturn and Venus) but now all the missions are locked on both of them.

I'm sorry if this is a noob questions I just wasn't playing for a while and a lot of things changed.

The starchart was revamped with update 18, into what is typically referred to as "Starchart 3.0". This isn't the first time this has happened if you've been playing long enough to have been around for the previous changes. With the new junction system, you kept progress for a planet only in some circumstances (typically had to have it completely unlocked). Some of the nodes were altered in subsequent patches, and they can now block your progress because they will count as incomplete. 

You'll need to examine each planet and look for the junctions to the next set of planet(s), complete the requirements, then enter the junction and complete the encounter. The only prior progress that counts for junctions is fully completed quests. All of the other tasks have to be done after that update (Specters of the Rail) to count.

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