All These Changes and I Still Dislike Arbitrations

The concept of Arbitrations was originally really bloody cool. Enemies that are much tougher than normal, longer missions and better rewards, but you only have one life and if you die, it’s game over, you’d be unable to continue and you wouldn’t be able to try again. This was end-game level content, somewhere where veteran Warframe players could stretch their legs and use all their OP builds. But no, that’s not what happens. That’s not what happens at all in Arbitrations. Either everyone dies, a few rounds are struggled through until someone gets oneshot by an invisible grenade or everything… [Continue Reading]

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Arbitrations – Easily Forgotten End-Game Content

Arbitrations are missions in Warframe that I would consider as end-game content. To unlock them, you have to finish every single mission on the star chart, many of which are locked behind quests or missions. Sure, you can unlock every node somewhat quickly but you need good gear to do so, or at least someone to carry you. But unlike other end-game content, like Eidolon hunts on Earth and fighting the Orb Mothers on Venus, or even trying to do marathon survival missions, Arbitrations kinda feel… forgotten and not really wanted. The concept of an Arbitration is simple. You have… [Continue Reading]

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