Warframe’s Devstream 166 will discuss the upcoming Lua’s Prey update, along with the new wolf-inspired Warframe, and a new gaming mode.
In this adventurous video game, Warframe, gamers can enjoy futuristic role-playing elements. It takes place in a fictitious world in which you can assume the role of Tenno, who comes from a race of ancient warriors.
The Tenno have recently awoken from a century-long cryosleep, but they now find themselves at war with multiple factions. You can acquire and battle with different Warframes, who are essentially the heroes of the game.
The game’s developer, Digital Extremes, occasionally introduces new features and content to the game. Before Digital Extremes releases the content, they will host streams on various platforms to reveal what players can expect in the future.
Warframe’s developer also recently announced that they will be discussing the upcoming Lua’s Prey update in Devstream 166.
What is a Devstream?
A Devstream is a livestream that is hosted by Digital Extremes. During a stream, they usually discuss what they plan to implement in the game in the following updates. By watching a Devstream, you can discover what content you will be able to enjoy once the updates of the game are released.
Devstreams allegedly take place every 2 weeks on the day when the Void Trader arrives in the game. Digital Extremes usually hosts the livestream on Twitch, as it is considered one of the most popular livestream platforms.
If you missed a Devstream, do not fret, as the video will be available to watch on Warframe’s official Twitch account once the livestream concludes.
Warframe: Devstream 166
Warframe announced on Wednesday, 23 November 2022 that players can join them for Devstream 166, which will take place on Monday, 28 November 2022.
During this livestream, you can get an in-depth look at the new Conjunction Survival Mission type and everything else that you can expect from the upcoming Lua’s Prey update.
The team will also announce the last Prime Warframe of the year, and you will be able to claim an Umbra Forma if you watch the stream.
In order to watch this stream, you have to go to Warframe’s official Twitch page at 14:00 Eastern Time (ET). It is vital that you link your Warframe account to your Twitch account, otherwise, you will not be able to earn Twitch Drops.
In order to do this, you have to open the official Warframe website and log into your Warframe account. Next, you have to click on your login name in the top right corner and select the “Account Management” tab.
You can link your Twitch account to your Warframe account by following the given instructions. Once you have linked your accounts, you can claim Twitch drops during Devstream 166.
It is advisable that you check what time the Devstream takes place in your country, otherwise, you may miss important announcements.
It is unknown how long the stream will be, however, you can expect it to be quite long, since the developer will discuss everything that they wish to implement in the game with the following update.
One of the topics that the developers will discuss in the Devstream is Lua’s Prey, which is expected to launch on all platforms on 30 November 2022.
The official description explains that a deadly hunter stalks deserted Orokin halls on Lua, Tenno, howling with uncontrollable rage.
The Worm Queen has sent her forces to investigate and trap the predator for good. Players can discover the secrets that are residing on Lua with the new Conjunction Survival Missions, a new Warframe, and new Weapons, among other things.
Voruna: The Wolf-inspired Warframe
During Tennocon 2022, Digital Extremes announced a wolf-inspired Warframe called Voruna. It is likely that the developers will discuss more about her during Devstream 166, but it is known that she is a skilled hunter and the undeniable heart of the pack.
Voruna uses a combination of her own ferocity and technological supremacy as she picks those apart who trespass in her temples.
Players can obtain Voruna’s Component Blueprints in the new Conjunction Survival Missions. Once you have procured enough blueprints, you can craft her in your Foundry.
If you do not one want to farm for blueprints, you can add Voruna to your Arsenal, along with her Weapons and Customisations, by purchasing The Pack’s Heart Bundle.
Conjunction Survival missions
Once Lua has been released in Warframe, you can take on the challenge of Conjunction Survival. In this mode, Thrax enemies will periodically spawn, which causes your Survival meter to drop 50 percent faster.
Players will receive vital resources for crafting Voruna and her signature Weapons by defeating the enemies in Conjunction Survival. In order to access the new mode, you have to complete The War Within.