Players may acquire new Warframes and weaponry to use during missions in Warframe. Each item you may equip has its unique set of attributes and characteristics, which is why a Hek shotgun and Soma rifle function so differently. However, if players wish to make a piece of equipment more powerful so that they can face more difficult opponents and stages, they must update their mods.
Archwings, companions, and Warframe accessories like Khora’s Venari may all be modified if they can be equipped. Mods may be found as random drops from opponents, as rewards after missions, or bought from faction vendors.
You don’t have to worry about performing high-level customization and min-maxing since you should constantly download and update mods. Selecting mods that increase fundamental stats like damage, shields, and health is a solid approach that will get you through the first several planets.
Mods are used to improve a weapon’s/warframe’s abilities. The Arsenal, which is situated on the ship’s rear side, may be used to equip these unique cards. Archwings, Power, Warframes, Weapons, Kubrows, Sentinels, and other items may be equipped using these cards.
The best way to farm core mods such as the Warframe rare mods (streamline, intensify, continuity), Crit (vital sense), 90% elementals (cryo rounds), multishot (split chamber), and weapon damage (serration) is to advance through the game until you reach Neptune’s ukko void acquisition and farm the void vessels.
If you remain for a minimum of four rotations, interception missions, excavation, defensive, and spy missions are your best bet until you get there. Most experienced players have several copies of these essential mods and will offer them to you at no cost or for a very low price (like 1-5 plat).
Please keep in mind that during the early stages, all you need to reach Neptune is to rank up a damage mod such as serration to 6 and then 1 or 2 90 percent elementals like cryo rounds to rank 4.
How To Quickly Farm Mods?
For most players, the optimal technique for farming mods in Warframe will be determined by their abilities. The simpler of the two ways is considerably faster, but it needs a very strong build and a large bank of Credits to take on consistently. Everyone can use the longer method; it just requires more RNG luck.
1. Orokin Void Treasure
To begin, we’ll look at the Orokin Void Treasure Rooms. A drop table is connected with each Void tier’s chambers. All of the finest staple rare mods in Warframe may be found in the upper T2, and T3 Void runs. Orokin Void Treasure Rooms appear randomly on every map, and you must know what to search for. A large number of tilesets makes this difficult to list, so you’ll have to figure it out on your own. One piece of advice I can offer you is to avoid inspecting every single point on the map. Examine the ones that go into longer and narrower passageways with your overlay map to determine whether the flow of the space you’re in continues.
However, with so many distinct Void quests, you’re likely to come across a variety of Treasure Rooms. The parkour challenge rooms are where you’ll get the greatest mod drops from breaking containers. These are the unique wings of an Orokin Void task in which you must walk on a plate and traverse a trap-filled area to the exit before the door shuts.
Not only are these Treasure Rooms a fantastic place to find rare Warframe mods, but they also often include Ayatan Treasures. Therefore, it’s great for Endo farming.
Also, if you fail, don’t worry; the mission may always be repeated. In the T2 and T3 versions of Orokin Void missions, Treasure Rooms are very difficult. It just takes time to understand the layouts and become proficient at operating them.
2. The Index
On Venus, the Index is a Corpus mission that is essentially a deadly game show. Players will bring their Tenno to the nodes and participate in a unique event in which they will be required to defeat high-level monsters and gather the shards they drop. Placing shards in the opposing goal earns you points. When the round is over, the team with the most points wins.
Index-specific mods have a high probability of falling from dead opponents, and such mods are all Rare. To avoid taking damage and pick up fallen mods, stay mobile.
You can also farm Credits at the Index. The mode asks the user to bet a specific number of Credits, and if they finish that run, they will get a bonus payout in addition to their original bet. The smallest bet is 45,000 Credits, which will pay out 105,000 Credits to the winner.