Warframe's March Madness: Unveiling Dante, TennoGen's Return, and More in 'Dante Unbound' Update

The first Devstream of 2024 by Warframe's development team, Digital Extremes, brought exciting news with the announcement of the upcoming "Dante Unbound" update scheduled for March. This anticipated update introduces the 56th Warframe, Dante, along with various quality-of-life enhancements and a fresh batch of collaborative cosmetics through the returning TennoGen program. The much-requested Cross Platform Save feature has already garnered over 250,000 users.

Key highlights from the Devstream include:

  • Unveiling Dante, the 56th Warframe of 2024, who embodies the role of a master of reality's pages. Styled after classic-MMO caster classes, Dante wields his Exalted Weapon named Noctua. This new weapon, the Dante-bound Grimoire, unleashes its power by showering enemies with spectral pages, inflicting countless cursed paper cuts. Additionally, the long-awaited rework for Warframe Inaros, the living sandstorm, is set to accompany this update in March, with further details to be revealed soon.
  • The TennoGen collaborative program makes a triumphant return, featuring newly approved submissions from the previous year. This program facilitates collaboration between community artists and Digital Extremes developers, bringing fresh cosmetic items into Warframe and sharing revenue with the respective artists. For more insights into the positive impact TennoGen has had on Warframe-inspired creatives, refer to the provided PR contacts.

  • Digital Extremes has updated the official TennoGen style guide, and the program is now open to submissions inspired by the iconic Entrati style from the recently released Whispers in the Walls. Additionally, original interpretations of the Dagath and Qorvex Warframes are welcomed. Submissions can encompass various cosmetic types, including Warframe Skins, Weapon Skins, Operator accessories, Landing Craft Skins, among others.
  • The "Dante Unbound" update will feature new dev-made cosmetics, such as the Warframe Styanax's Deluxe Skin, teased with concept art during the Devstream. Moreover, due to the overwhelmingly positive response to the Gauss Prime launch trailer, the original music track titled "Gauss: Redline" used in the cinematic is now freely available for streaming on YouTube and Bandcamp.

For detailed information and upcoming patch notes regarding the "Dante Unbound" update in March 2024, stay tuned to the official news pages of Warframe.


About Digital Extremes
Founded in 1993 by James Schmalz, Digital Extremes ranks as one of the world's top independent video game development studios. Originating with the co-creation of Epic Games' multi-million unit selling Unreal® franchise, including Unreal and Unreal Tournament, Digital Extremes went on to develop Dark Sector®, BioShock® for the PlayStation®3, the BioShock 2 multiplayer campaign, and The Darkness® II. The studio reached critical and commercial success with the free-to-play action game, Warframe®, supporting a global community of 75+ million registered players across all major core gaming platforms. For more information about Digital Extremes, visit www.digitalextremes.com.