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When Does the Duviri Paradox Release in Warframe? Answered

It's coming.

by Jesse Vitelli

The Duviri Paradox is the next major expansion for Warframe. Fans have been waiting for the release of the next chapter of Warframe for a while now. So when does the Duviri Paradox expansion for Warframe release? We have the answer for you below.

When Does the Duviri Paradox Release in Warframe? Answered

The Duviri Paradox releases in April of 2023. There isn’t a hard date yet, but we now know the Duviri Paradox will release in April.

The Duviri Paradox will also act as a fresh start for new players to hop in. You can play the Duviri Paradox when booting up the game for the first time.

You can check out the teaser trailer below, which shows a ton of new stuff in Warframe coming with the expansion.

Here’s the official YouTube description for the Duviri Paradox teaser trailer.

“Duviri isn’t just another open world – it’s an entirely new way to experience Warframe. Whether you’re a veteran of the Origin System or a brand new Tenno taking the first steps on your journey, the mind-bending unreality of the Duviri Paradox is unlike anything you’ve seen before.”

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This is a perfect time for new and returning players to join in the fight for the new war. Warframe can often feel impenetrable to new players, but the Duviri Paradox seems like an excellent starting point for new players.

The release date was revealed during the Warframe Developer Stream 168. The team also unveiled the next Warframe Hildryn Prime, which will release on March 15, 2023, to all platforms, and other fun announcements.

For more information on Warframe and other live-service games, be sure to stay connected with Prima Games. Veilbreaker was released back in September of 2022, but there’s plenty to dig into there.

Jesse Vitelli

Jesse loves most games, but he really loves games that he can play together with friends and family. This usually means late nights in Destiny 2 or FFXIV. You can also find him chipping away at his ever-expanding backlog of JRPGS or staring at his massive Amiibo collection.