Posted September 24, 2018 03:07:56Warframe is getting a lot of love on social media and forums, and it seems to be gaining a lot more traction than expected.
The game’s been receiving praise from gamers in the past few months for its free-form gameplay, competitive PvP, and community-driven community.
Now, Warframe developer Epic Games is bringing the game to a new platform, with the launch of a free beta that includes two different types of players: free-of-charge members and paid subscribers.
In addition to free-trial players, players will also be able to opt into a beta test for the game’s first year.
Warframe, which launched in 2017 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, was released on PC and Xbox 360 last year.
A beta of Warframe was available to the public at the start of August and was available until September 1.
The beta also included the beta version of the game.
Warframe’s free-and-play trial was a big success, according to Epic Games, with more than 15 million players logging in.
That’s a huge boost from the previous free-play period in August, which had around 11 million users.
The beta was a success, and the company is now looking to bring it to all the platforms it has a free subscription for.
“Warframe will be available for all platforms starting with PC and on consoles on September 1,” Epic Games wrote on the Warframe website.
“If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our support team at [email protected]”
Warframe isn’t the only free-for-all title that has found success on PC.
In February, Blizzard’s Overwatch brought in more than 8 million players on PC, and developer Blizzard Entertainment plans to expand its free game offerings with Warframe.