If you played Warframe, you know how hard it can be to find items or other players. The good news is our Warframe Hack allows you to see every player and every item in the game. We make the game more fun and easier for you to win every single round. Check out the image I posted below showing the Warframe hack in action, see how the players and items look on screen? That’s exactly how the hack will work for you when you play.
Does the Cheat Include a Warframe Aimbot?
The cheat does come with a fully functioning aimbot, this allows you to press one key (that you setup in the cheat menu) lock onto the enemy and kill them. So if you need a little help aiming or killing people faster the aimbots for you! If you aren’t the type who enjoys using the aimbot simply set it to off in the cheat menu.
How Can I Sign Up and Get the Warframe Hack?
Signing up takes about five minutes, once you get VIP access you can start using the Warframe Hack immediately. Follow the steps below for full access.
That’s all you have to do; it’s that simple!
Can I Get Banned Using the Warframe Hacks?
No, you can’t, we have special code in our Warframe Hacks loader to keep you undetected by the Warframe anti-cheat. That means you can play without having to worry about getting caught. 99% of our cheats at IWantCheats stay undetected all year long, so hack away my friend and never worry (said in a manly voice) lol.
Developed by Digital Extremes, Warframe is an offshoot of a 2008 video game Dark Sector which was set in a futuristic sci-fi environment in a “galaxy far, far away”. Dark Sector players don mechanical suits with a range of super powers.
Fortunately for the Warframe game, the project was ditched, and a lot of elements from Dark Sector made their way down to Warframe including characters (many Dark Sector names make an appearance in Warframe).
Warframe is primarily for PC, but is also available on Steam, Raptr and Playstation as well as “plus” users and Xbox Live Gold members for free. We also have a new Warframe Trainer up for you in our trainer section.
Meet the Tenno – an ancient race of fierce warriors woken up from a deep cryogenic induced sleep to find them smacked in the middle of a war. Warframe players take on the role of a Tenno warrior and are guided by the mysterious “Lotus” during missions. The enemy factions are:
- The Grineer: legions of human clones created for the purpose of fighting
- The Corpus: the requisite evil corporation with advanced robotics and laser technology
- The Infested: the zombie-like victims of the Technocyte infection who have left them disfigured, though not unable to fight
- The Sentients: a race of machines – remnants of the Old War and chief enemies of Orokin
The Tenno were on the brink of extinction having been slaves of the Grineer for centuries. Players enter the plot at the time when the Grineer’s victory over the Tenno is almost sure.
But then, the Tenno discover warframes. A Warframe is an ancient exoskeletal suit which only the Tenno can operate and come with a whole set of special effects. Players get to hunt for dormant and undiscovered warframes (amongst other missions) to get access to more and more advanced special abilities.
The Fun Begins
It says a lot for the mysterious Tenno that they are expected to take on endless numbers of all of the above and emerge victoriously but that’s where the fun lies in Warframe! The missions are pretty straightforward: no matter where you find yourself in the solar system you are going to be facing swarms of enemy soldiers, and you get to smash, swipe, shoot or kill them in any manner you find suitable (depending of course on the arsenal at your disposal). Warframe makes it fun to slice through enemy lines, killing them and watching them die.
Warframe is a third-person shooter game – the camera is positioned over the shoulder. Your character’s maneuverability includes jumping, sprinting, sliding and rolling. When you get used to the key sequences, you can do some pretty nifty combos to avoid enemy shots or make your way through obstacles. You can use the Warframe cheat engine code to help you out, but it’s not as good as our full-featured hacks.
The combination of the modern and the archaic in weapon choice is another fun element of Warframe allowing for a lot of creativity in combat. After all, if all you have to do is kill then you might as well have lots of ways of doing it. There is an almost limitless combination of unique abilities of the armor with the relatively fixed range of guns and swords at your disposal.
The graphics are good enough for you to enjoy the smoothness of the player’s movements and all the shooting you get to do while playing.
Enemy death animations are a hoot, which is why you never get tired of the (let’s face it) repetitive missions. You get lots of guns to choose from, and there’s even a super bow that pins enemies to walls. Even the swordplay is comically satisfying as you will find out when you slice enemies in half!
It’s a coop game, so you don’t get to have all the fun alone. In trial missions, you work with up to eight players. Once you pass the newbie stage, you will work in teams of four for missions. You can choose to let the game find other online people for you to play with or form a clan. Clans have the distinct advantage of becoming familiar with your fellow players, which makes for a lean-mean-killing-machine team.
However, with or without a clan, Warframe is an enjoyable experience. There is no complicated storyline, meaning you are not at a disadvantage if you are playing with strangers every time you log in. The uncomplicated plot for every mission negates the absolute necessity of teammates you have played with before. Any strategic moves involved are very short term. Most of your brain power will be spent in combat, figuring out the ideal combination of warframe (bodysuits), mods and arsenal.
Your virtual life as a re-awaken Tenno warrior takes you across various planets of the solar systems. Here are some of the destinations you will come across in your missions:
- The moons Phobos and Europa
- Dwarf planets Pluto, Ceres, Eris and Sedna
- Also, to the above, players also get to fight the battle in a pocket dimension called “The Orokin Void” or “The Orokin Derelict.”
You are not alone on your killing spree. Apart from the four team members with you on a mission, you can also be accompanied by Companions that float around your head. On certain quests, you can even earn the honor of having a Kubrow – a hound-like animal with a pointed nose.
Armor and Weapons
Yes, you are a mysterious and powerful warrior with super reflexes and apparently highly skilled, but you still do not go out there without protection. Players wear battlesuits called Warframes, each of which has its set of unique superpowers. Newbies should probably opt for Excalibur – it’s the perfect suit to get used to the capabilities of the battlesuits.
Here are some of the unique abilities to give you an idea of what you’re in for:
– Banshee: Named after the horrendous shrieking apparitions of legend, wearing this armor offers the ability for sonic attacks and detecting enemies at a distance. Pretty good for a stealth attack!
– Ember: Ashes to ashes… Ember can emit heat and barbecue enemies. A very useful ability to have when surrounded by enemy soldiers with no help in sight.
– Frost: Not much of a description needed. Controlling moisture and vapor in the environment give you some very viable defense options.
– Mag: Magnetic abilities are a definite plus when you’re dealing with giant metallic contraptions and robots.
– Mirage: The ability to create fantastic illusions can be used in practically every situation – again, highly useful for stealth attacks.
The best part is most of these super abilities get unlocked pretty quick, so you don’t have to wait for endless level-ups to experience the best Warframe has to offer.
Battlesuits come with three weapons:
- A primary weapon (rifle, bow or shotgun)
- A secondary weapon (usually a pistol but sometimes you get a blade)
- A melee weapon (sword, axe or hammer)
How to Play
Experience points in Warframe are called Affinity, and you score for killing enemies or finishing challenges and missions. You can use Affinity to level up your armor, weapons and companions. The other way to accomplish this is by collecting “mods” gathered from the enemy. Think of a mod as a temporary boost to your weapon or armor. Mods can be used before and after missions. The Affinity rank of your equipment determines the number of “mods” it can accommodate. You can find great info and help for gameplay on the Warframe forums.
The usage of mods adds a certain element of strategy to combat in the sense that mods can be tuned up to a particular symbol. If your mod and slot have the same “tuning”, the mod will take up less space meaning you can collect and carry more mods for an individual weapon. The mod space can also be doubled up by using an Orokin Catalyst or Reactor.
Warframe is not expensive
Some of the items available in the store include pets with special abilities to stun and shoot an enemy in close range, daily revives and extra slots for mods. Your ability to enjoy the game because the other in-game currency is earned as you play. If you’re playing for fun, you do not need to use platinum at all. You may have to work harder to earn credits, but hey, is the other killing spree going to hurt?
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I use the Warframe hack and run around rage killing everyone, it's great. The hack has never been detected so it's fun to simply put the aimbot on headshots and wipe out everyone. I do think everyone gets a little upset because they always say they will report me, but I'm still not banned lol!