Warframe: How to Get the Game Awards Twitch Drops

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Warframe will be making an appearance at the annual Game Awards for 2023, and with that, they’ll be giving out a particular Twitch drop. Here’s how to get the Game Awards Twitch drops in Warframe.

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How to Get the Sevagoth Twitch Drop in Warframe

The Sevagoth Twitch drop for Warframe will be available when The Game Awards occurs on December 7 at 7:30 PM ET. To get it, you’ll need to head to the official Game Awards Twitch channel and watch the stream for 30 minutes. You’ll need to have your Warframe account linked to your Twitch account, which can be done through the official Warframe account linking site.

Once you’ve watched the stream for at least 30 minutes, you should get a notification in Twitch that you’re eligible to claim a Twitch drop for Warframe and should be able to head to the Drops and Rewards page to claim the drop for yourself. This year, you’re able to get the Sevagoth frame, which is normally particularly difficult to get.

How Can I Get Sevagoth if I Miss the Twitch Drop?

If you or a friend miss the Sevagoth Twitch drop, then it’s still possible to get him in Warframe. I won’t be going too in-depth here since we’d be here a while otherwise, but you’ll first want to ensure you’ve built a Railjack through the Rising Tide quest. From there, you’ll be able to get his main blueprint from completing the Call of the Tempestarii quest, and the component blueprints from completing Void Storm missions across the Pluto, Neptune, and Veil Proximas. Given how long this can take though, that Twitch drop is a massive time saver.

If you’re looking for more help with getting gear in the game, check out our guide on how to get the Proboscis Cernos in Warframe.

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