Warframe Heart of Deimos feature

Warframe Heart of Deimos Expansion will debut at TennoCon 2020 on August 1st

Digital Extremes has announced that Warframe Heart of Deimos will debut at its fifth annual TennoCon event on August 1st. The all-day digital conference celebrates the spirited Warframe community, who will have the chance to acquire the highly coveted Hydroid Prime Warframe and the limited-time, exclusive hand cannon, Athodai, for free.

Due to world events, TennoCon 2020 is an all-digital conference — streamed from our homes — that serves to join together the game’s community and the DE team to share their common love for Warframe. This year’s digital conference blends live and recorded events for a fully digital experience. Players can watch and participate in panels, contests, a community-created artwork showcase, and Warframe’s biggest content reveals, starting with the Infested-themed Heart of Deimos demo and the new community-created Warframe.

“Tenno” (players’ in-game name) will see the community-created Warframe (the “Broken Frame”) played live at TennoCon. They will witness the new, technology-enabled Arsenal Twitch Extensions, which gives streamers the power to share their decked-out, high-ranking (or any ranking) loadouts with their players. The Arsenal Twitch Extension soft launches pre-TennoCon, on Thursday, July 23 with a full launch on Saturday August 1. And, of course, they will be a part of the super-charged show highlight, TennoLive, where Heart of Deimos will come to life.

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