Warframe, like Wordle, is a game that really engages all your senses. With 2022 just having begun, it is a whole new year for fans and developers to join hands and rejuvenate the gameplay experience even more.
We are sure that there are a lot of good mods that might be coming out this year. But, for now, let us take a look at the best ones.
Our best pick for this list is Gauss – one of the game’s best frames. Gauss has an extremely interactive playstyle. If you enjoy speedy kills, then Gauss is the right frame for you.
Speed is key and Gauss moves around at lightning speed, even flash-freezing enemies right in their tracks and dropping them dead. The more you move, the more it charges Gauss’s battery, enabling him to move at speeds undetectable and ripping through enemies.
Although the main Gauss blueprints are available at the market, Gauss’s blueprints drop from Tier C Disruption on Kappa with a 7.8 percent drop chance for each component.
You can get blueprints for Gauss from the market.
At number 2, we have another Aura Mod –. Corrosive Projection is exceptional since it tends to reduce all enemies’ armor ratings during missions.
When several teammates use this patch, it accumulates additively, decreasing opponent armor rating by up to 72 percent for any four-player squad. The aura’s armor decrease reaches as much as 80 percent.
This may be accomplished by equipping this aura on all squad members, with three squad members also donning Coaction Drift simultaneously. You can get your hands at this for just 20 Nightwave Credits at the Nightwave Credit Offerings Store.
You can get this mod for 20 Nightwave Credits at the Nightwave Credit Offerings Store.
With this mod, you gain access to the Wisp as a playable character. The ethereal enchantress Wisp haunts the spatial crossroads between dimensional portals, summoning apparitions from the other ends of the breach.
Take her soul to evade death, steal her vision from the enemy, and vaporize everything before the celestial light. The primary and component blueprints for Wisp are obtained by defeating the Ropalolyst on Jupiter’s Ropalolyst.
The blueprints for Wisp are automatically obtained after defeating the Ropalolyst.
An Aura mod, Steel Charge is a highly useful mod that boosts melee weapons’ damage output. This mod’s melee damage stacks with other melee modifications, such as Pressure Point, making it a good compliment to each other.
It, along with the Power Donation mod, is one of the most effective auras for fueling a Warframe, since it may possibly supply a total of 18 points, compared to most auras’ 14.
It is generally available on a rotational basis for 20 Nightwave Credits at the Nightwave Credit Offerings store.
This mod is available for 20 Nightwave credits at the Nightwave Credit Offerings Store.
Primed Continuity is likely the greatest of all the Primed Warframe Mods presently available. s This Mod enhances the duration of your abilities by 55% which is the foremost increase of all the Ability Duration Mods out there.
Primed Continuity’s actual benefit is that it allows you to employ Fleeting Expertise or Transient Fortitude with little effect on your build, freeing up Mod space for other stats. If you can only afford one Baro Primed Mod, make it this one.
Unranked, you can get this mod from Baro Ki’Teer for a hundred thousand credits or 350 Ducats which is a pretty sweet deal.
This mod can also be purchased from Baro Ki’Teer for 100,000 credits.
Next up, we have Nova Prime. Nova Prime uses explosive antimatter to wreak havoc on her foes. Mod polarities have been changed for further customization which gives players a lot of freedom to bring about their preferred changes.
Nova is a Warframe that is super high-tech and has an antimatter motif. She’s a little frail, with no strong defensive talents, a low shield capacity, and middling health.
But do not let that overwhelm you, she has incredibly powerful offensive skills that can wipe out whole waves of adversaries. To get Nova’s main blueprint, simply head down to the market to purchase it.
The blueprints for Nova’s components, however, may be obtained by defeating the Raptors on Naamah. You can get the mod by getting the blueprint from the market.
As understandable, this mod unlocks a new playable character called Baruuk. The pacifist monk Baruuk, inspired by his noble discipline, uses sacred runes to avoid confrontation and bring peaceful serenity to ceaseless turmoil.
For opponents to seek eternal repose amid the storm unleashed, reach beyond the limit of Baruuk’s patience. Little Duck has the blueprints for this mod and they can be bought with Vox Solaris standing to get Baruuk’s blueprints.
Agent rank is required for the main blueprint, whereas Hand rank is required for component blueprints. The cost of each blueprint is 5000 Standings, for a total of 20,000 Standings.
You can get the blueprint for Baruuk for 5000 standings after acquiring the agent rank.
Primed Pressure Point
The Primed version of the Mod Pressure Point mod is called Primed Pressure Point. This should have been a giveaway.
Pressure Point boosts melee weapon damage by 15 percent for every rank, up to rank 5 for a total of 165 percent. rPrimed Pressure Point raises the base damage of a melee weapon by 20 percent every rank, up to rank ten for a maximum of 200 percent.
This mod is fairly easy to get and may be purchased for 300,000 credits or 385 Prime Bucks from Baro Ki’Teer unranked. However, Baro Ki’Teer’s inventory fluctuates with each appearance, thus this item may not be accessible at all times.
You can purchase this mod for 300,000 credits bro Baro Ki’Teer.
Vacuum is the mod for you if you enjoy having reliable companions, Vacuum is a Sentinel mod that attracts Pickups, Ammo, and Mods from afar to the Warframe.
The gather-link range of a Sentinel is increased by leveling this mod, prompting it to fetch items for the player.
If you start with maximum ammunition and use up a magazine, a Sentinel will use Vacuum to help you reload since it only replenishes ammo for your entire ammo pool, not your magazine. To get this mod, all you have to do is check the in-game codex. If it is not there, you would probably have to do some transmuting, but it generally does not come to that.
You can get this mod free as you purchase your first sentinel.
Almost every Warframe build will have Vitality. It’s a health mod, and health means survival; in fact, it should be the first mod you put on whatever Warframe you’re using, especially as you level up.
There are two more survivability modifications that give shield and armor which you definitely should consider, namely Redirection and Steel Fiber.
Although they aren’t absolutely essential for most setups, they really compliment vitality so having the three as a combination will really enhance your experience.
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