Warframe Sevagoth Parts - Void Storm Farm

Sevagoth is a new armor in Warframe. It was added in update 30, and it’s part of the Call of Tempestarii quest line. In order to craft it, you’ll need to get the blueprint, as well as the parts. This includes the system, chassis and neurotics. Getting all of them will allow you to create the armor, but you’ll have to farm a fair bit before you’re there. If you’re wondering where you should look, our Warframe Sevagoth parts – void storm farm guide will show you.

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Warframe Sevagoth Parts – Void Storm Farm

How to Get Sevagoth Parts in Warframe

Before you can start farming Sevagoth parts, you’ll need the blueprint. You can get that by completing the Warframe Call of the Temperstarii quest. Once you’ve got the blueprint, it’s time to look for parts.

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You can get parts from void storm missions on Neptune, Veil and Pluto. Look for void fissures, and go on missions there. So if you’re wondering where to farm Sevagoth parts, just head to one of the three mentioned planets and look for void storm missions there. There drop rates aren’t phenomenal, though, so it might take some time – don’t get discouraged.

Sevagoth drop tables

One thing to keep in mind is that if you’re maxed out on void traces, you’ll always get another reward instead of them. Since they have a relatively high chance of dropping (25%), it’s a pretty good way to increase your chances of getting the blueprints and parts you want. Here are the drop rates for each of the blueprints across the three planets:

Part nameDrop chance
Neptune Void Storm
Sevagoth Chassis Blueprint10%
Sevagoth Neuroptics Blueprint10%
Sevagoth Systems Blueprint10%
Pluto Void Storm
Sevagoth Chassis Blueprint10%
Sevagoth Neuroptics Blueprint10%
Sevagoth Systems Blueprint10%
Veil Proxima Void Storm
Sevagoth Chassis Blueprint10%
Sevagoth Neuroptics Blueprint10%
Sevagoth Systems Blueprint10%
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