All five evidence locations in the first crime scene – Warframe Nightwave Series 3 Glassmaker
Nightwave Series 3 Glassmaker has arrived in Warframe, triggering a new gameplay mechanic for fans to break into. Players will be hunting down clues to a giant murder mystery as they try to figure out who has been turning people into literal glass. The victims will be spread all over the system, and each one will have their own set of clues on the map where the victim died. Players will have to hunt down these clues and figure out another piece of the puzzle.
The first murder scene in Nightwave Series 3 Glassmaker is enabled, and sends you to Cetus on Earth, hunting down clues for another victim, just like the Laverian. Here’s our guide for each of the five clue locations for the first murder scene of Nightwave Series 3.
The first piece of evidence is right behind the victim, an Ostron blade sitting on the ground.
From there, take the path on the left and there is an Ayatan Star on the ground that is the second piece of evidence.
Right beside that, really a few feet away, look for the small cube on the ground.
From there, head back and take the other path, towards the center of Cetus. The datapad is located on stairs nearby to the center of the zone.
The final piece of evidence can be found on the opposite side of the wooden crates where you found the fourth piece of evidence. Look for the small cube that’s sitting on top of a rug.
When you have all the pieces of evidence, return to the victim, and interact with them to find out what to do next. There is nothing more to be done in the crime scene itself, and you can safely leave it. You can revisit it in the future, should you need to.
The series will progress beyond this first case though, so get ready for more clue hunting to come in the future as more victims are found. Once you have each set of clues, return to the victim and interact with them to progress the story.
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