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Digital Extremes, a free action game developer warframe, announced that the annual game agreement, known as Tennocon, only digital event this year, due to concerns about coronavirus.
Traditionally, Tennocon is a celebration of a weekend of all things warframe, with panels, prices and a lot of cosplay. This year, July 11, Digital Extremes will rather organize a digital event. There are no details about what this will cover, but we assume that Digital Extremes will try to keep as many panels as possible and will make a live revelation of any new content they had planned to announce.
While the ticket tickets had not yet been on sale, the company advises anyone who booked his trip in advance to contact his travel provider as soon as possible.
We think the weekend would lead more details on The Duviri Paradox, an upcoming extension for the game that was originally revealed in Tennocon 2019. The trailer shows a single man traveling through a landscape strangely deserted at the top a horse that is better described as unusual.
It is difficult to talk about the relevance of revelation without going through the territory of the spoilers, so we will simply say that the clip above has made a lot of noise at the time. We do not know if more information about The Duviri Paradox will be part of Tennocon this year, but it seems logical that the work on the extension has progressed to the point where the presentation of more gameplay would be planned as part of Tennocon.