Digital Extremes officially confirmed that the mobile version of Warframe will be coming to mobile soon with cross-play.
Digital Extremes holds a big event called TennoCon every year, announcing recent upcoming events. During this year’s TennoCon, Digital Extremes finally announced a brief update that the mobile version of WarFrame was ready for an internal cross-play test.
Ultimate players can add friends and play with them from any desired platform now. Being available on all platforms means that matchmaking will no longer be split between different platforms.
Warframe Mobile has updates on the upcoming internal cross-play test. Warframe was originally released in 2013 as a PC game. As the years passed, the game was also introduced on other consoles. Digital Extremes shared a very brief update on their recent upcoming cross-play test on Warframe this weekend.
Although the date of the interoperability testing phase has not been revealed yet, good news is expected soon. The team has already gone through indeterminate testing, and it will be expanded to community testing this year as the first step towards seamless play.
Whether the game will be a closed beta or a free for all open beta is unknown and has yet to be revealed. This means that players really need to wait and be patient to play this game on mobile devices, while some key information about the cross-play test is yet to be revealed.
The release date of the Warframe Mobile version has not been announced. For now, Digital Extremes has only shared a brief update that the team has been working on in cross-play testing, and we hope to have more information as the developers share it soon.
In a Twitter post, Digital Extremes attempted to assuage fans’ concerns about Warframe Mobile. After a year of silence, the developer spoke up to explain the long-awaited port.
In the tweet, it was revealed that the evolution of mobile conversion is still continuing. While some say the game is still in active development.