Warframe Omega Isotope

Warframe Omega Isotope is a special ingredient, or resource, that you need in order to craft the Fomorian Disruptor and complete the Balor Fomorian event. Without the Disruptor, you can’t get the shields of the ship to drop, and therefore can’t access and destroy its core. That being the case, we’ve put together our Warframe Omega Isotope guide, in which we’ll show you how to get Omega Isotopes, as well as how to craft the Balor Fomorian Disruptor.

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Warframe Omega Isotope

How to Get Omega Isotope Warframe

To get the Omega Isotope Warframe resource, you have to complete missions on the planet that’s closest to the Balor Fomorian during the event. Now, the problem with that is that the ship moves around every so often. So, what you need to do is open the map screen and follow the alerts in the top right. If you mouse over the Balor Fomorian event, it’ll tell you where it is. So, just figure out where it is and grind missions on the planet that is the closest to the giant ship. See, in the game’s universe, Omega Isotopes are a kind of residue left from the engines of the Balor Fomorian, and that’s why they’re found in its vicinity.

Now, keep in mind, you need to have at least four Omega Isotopes to craft the Fomorian Disruptor. On top of that, you’ll need to get 3500 Nano Spores, 300 Cryotic, and 1250 credits. Out of the bunch, the Warframe Omega Isotope is the ingredient that’s the hardest to get. Nano Spores drop all over the place, especially on Saturn, Neptune, Eris, and Deimos. As for Cryotic, you can get them in excavation missions on Pluto, Europa, Earth, etc. Once you have all the ingredients, make the Fomorian Disruptor in the Foundry, then go into your Arsenal and place the item into your Gear Wheel. Keep in mind that the mission uses up the Disruptor, meaning that you need to craft another every time you want to repeat the mission.

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