The free-to-play third-person action game Warframe has been around for a good number of years now, launching on PC in March 2013. It then came to PS4 as a launch title, later that year, and came to Xbox One in September of the following year. The game has yet to come to Nintendo’s current platform, the Switch, however, Digital Extremes has recently told Express that “we’re looking at and examining possibilities, but we have no current plans to put anything on the Switch.”
It seems that there are members of the company who are big fans of the system. When asked about the Switch, the COO at Digital Extremes, Sheldon Carter, commented “oh, man, personally I love my Switch! I have collected so many Korok Seeds in Zelda, it’s a little embarrassing. In the studio, we are playing all sorts of games on it.
“Recently Steve was playing and loving Doom. That’s a great conversion. But as for putting Warframe on Switch, that’s a tougher question.”
So while there isn’t any current plans to bring Warframe to the Switch, it is something that Digital Extremes hasn’t completely ruled out.
In terms of the current version of Warframe, Express asked Digital Extremes how the company has kept Warframe players happy throughout the years. Carter explained that he thinks it comes down to the “constant schedule of updating,” “semi regular revisits of old systems,” and an “emphasis on bringing fresh gameplay.”
Warframe is available to download for free on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.