How to Get Voruna Warframe

If you want to know how to get the new Voruna Warframe, you’ve come to the right place. In this guide, we are going to show you the several ways in which you can get your hands on the new Warframe in Lua’s Prey and all the other stuff connected to it. So, without further ado, let’s dive into it.

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how to get voruna warframe
How to Get Voruna Warframe

How to Get Voruna New Warframe

Technically speaking, there are two ways to get the new Voruna Warframe in Lua’s Prey. The first one is to simply purchase the Pack’s Heart Bundle. It includes the new Warfrane, plus all her signature customizations and weapons. Aside from the Voruna, it also includes the Sarofang Heavy Blade, the Perigale Sniper, the Voruna Anukas Helmet, the Okuri Tails Ephemera, and the Voruna Voidshell Skin (and Material Structure), according to the official announcement. But that’s not what we’re here, is it? You want to know how to earn Voruna the proper way, by farming for and earning the component blueprints. Well, the short answer to that is: you have to play the new Conjunction Survival missions.

It seems that the best place to farm for the Voruna Warframe component blueprints are the Conjuction Survival quests on Circulus, in rotation C. The odds of the blueprints dropping are fairly low, mind you, so you’ll have to do quite a bit of farming. You can also go and complete Conjunction Survival missions on Yuvarium, but it appears that the odds are lower there. Either way, though, you’re not going to avoid the grind. Keep in mind that these missions also drop Lua Thrax Plasm. You can use this currency to purchase blueprints from Archimedean Yonta. Only problem is; it takes a total of 350 Lua Thrax Plasm to compelte the set. The main blueprint is 125 Plasm, and the other components cost 75 each.

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