Warframe is a free-to-play, fast-paced, 3rd-person-shooter online action game, with Player-vs-Environment (PvE) and Player-vs-Player (PvP) modes available for your enjoyment. Originally released back in 2013 for PC, the development team has continued to improve the game over time. The game now spans versions for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. This might give you a little insight into the excellent engine optimization and customization that you can expect with the game, but more of that later on.

Warframe consistently receives very positive reviews for the current state of the game, and it boasts one of the most welcoming communities for any modern online game (thanks in part to how the game promotes good cooperative play).

Whether you haven't had a chance to play the game before, you're looking to update an existing PC to get the most out of the in-game visuals, or you just want to know how much of an impact each of the game's graphical settings have on performance—this guide will lead you on the right path towards an excellent Warframe experience.

In Section 1, we discuss the official minimum and recommended specifications for Warframe, and what kind of performance each set of specs could provide.

In Section 2, we provide four balanced example builds geared toward providing enough power to run Warframe at 60 FPS with different resolutions (1080p, 1440p, and 4K).

Finally, in Section 3, we have put together a Warframe graphics settings guide that will tell you what each graphics option does, and how much each of them impacts the FPS of the game.

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