2023 Release Window Confirmed for Warframe Cross-Platform Save Feature
Digital Extremes released a news alert confirming the 2023 timeline for introducing the cross-platform save feature for Warframe.
The long-awaited cross-platform save feature for Warframe will finally be ready by the end of 2023. The news was confirmed by the game developer Digital Extremes on their website and social media channels. According to the news, the feature will allow players to save, transfer, and synchronize their Warframe progression data across any platform, including Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, and PC. This feature is a major game-changer and could revolutionize how Warframe is played.
Digital Extremes also shared that the feature will be implemented in two stages. The first stage, which will be available by late 2021, will enable players to save and transfer their Warframe progression. The second stage, expected by the end of 2023, will let players synchronize their saved data across different platforms. This will allow them to pick up where they left off regardless of the platform.
The developer has also stated that they are currently working on optimizing Warframe’s architecture so that it can better support cross-platform play. They have also promised to add other features to the mix such as cross-platform multiplayer and matchmaking.
Players of Warframe can look forward to the new feature in the next few years. It is expected to make the game even more engaging and competitive as gamers from different consoles and platforms can now team up and play together. It will also make Warframe a much larger game, where players no longer have to worry about losing their progress when switching between platforms.