Warframe is a third person sci-fi shooter, where the warframes are alien armour that now come in 35 different varieties.
That range would represent a big increase from the Switch's current baseline of about 10 games released per week, on average, over the previous year (a number that includes indie titles as well as games from major publishers).
Warframe initially released on PC in 2013, and shortly after on PS4 and Xbox One. The game is played entirely in third person and has players using the Warframe armour as the enigmatic Tenno, descendants of an ancient and mystical civilisation, who are awakened from centuries of cyro sleep to help restore peace throughout the solar system. The game also gives players the ability to join clans, tame animals, upgrade armour and explore a huge open world - what's not to like?
Nintendo's Switch console continues to be successful in attracting a wide range of indie games and big-name titles from other platforms, and now it's landed another port of the latter. Digital Extremes and Panic Button have been quiet regarding the details of the port, but we can at least expect it to resemble the console variants to a fair degree.
"The game will not be available on Nintendo Switch", stated 2K Sports.