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1518410cookie-checkWarframe Guide: Here’s How To Get The Revenant Frame

Warframe Guide: Here’s How To Get The Revenant Frame

Digital Extremes have released the new Revenant Warframe into the game. If you want to learn how to get him and complete his quest this guide aims to help you do that right now. The third-person looter shooter is out for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

Unlike some Warframes that call for you to unlock a node and fight the boss on a planet a number of times to get the necessary parts to build the Warframe you want, Revenant is much like Gara in terms of obtaining him.

This means you will need to strike up a quest with Nakak on Cetus. Firstly, you will need to reach Rank 2 with The Quills and purchase the Mask of the Lost One from Nakak. Equip the mask on the operator and enter the Plains of Eidolon at night to begin the mini-quest.

As for Revenant’s other blueprints, you will get them from Bounties from Konzu. After acquiring and building at least one component, entering the Plains of Eidolon at night with the mask once more will trigger the final stage of the mini-quest.

Revenant’s main blueprint will be awarded upon completing Nakak’s mini-quest.

If you want to see how to complete the quest from start to finish, and what you will need to do via a visual guide, YouTuber Gaming DauG has a video on the newly added Revenant frame:

If the above video seems helpful to you, but you want to know how much it will cost to build the Revenant frame, then you shouldn’t worry. Below you can see Revenant, his parts, Credits, and components.

Revenant Blueprint:

Credits – 25,000
Helmet – 1
Chassis – 1
Systems – 1
Orokin Cell – 5

Revenant Neuroptics:

Credits – 15,000
Neural Sensors – 3
Sentient Cores – 15
Polymer Bundle – 6,000
Rubedo – 2,200

Revenant Chassis:

Credits – 15,000
Morphics – 3
Sentient Cores – 10
Rubedo – 1
Iradite – 5

Revenant Systems:

Credits – 15,000
Control Module – 3
Cetus Wisp – 3
Salvage – 8,000
Polymer Bundle – 3,000

You can learn more about Revenant and his parts by hitting up Warframe’s official Wikia page.

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