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Gara Prime is leaving Prime Access and Atlas Prime is headed to Warframe’s Vault on September 8

How to get Gara Prime, Astilla Prime, and Volnus Prime Relics in Warframe

Gara Prime is leaving Prime Access, and that’s already bad enough, but there’s more bad news. On top of that, Atlas Prime, Tekko Prime, and Dethcube Prime will all be headed to the Prime Vault. Warframe players are advised to farm up these Relics before the date of the change. Digital Extremes announced that these changes are set for September 8.

Gara Prime leaving Prime Access means players can no longer buy the frame directly, and must farm for it. After September 8, you will also need to farm her Astilla Prime and Volnus Prime weapons the old-fashioned way. So get out there and farm Gara Prime Relics while you still can. When these inevitably get Vaulted, they will become a chase item worth plenty of Platinum.

After September 8, these items will have to be manually farmed, which isn’t so bad, but it gets worse.

This isn’t as bad as those other Vaulted announcements though. Vaulting means that the Relics containing those parts will be removed from drop tables. There will be no way to get new ones in-game. All that has been dropped on Sept. 8 will be the only ones in the game. This is great for traders who like to make Plat on Vaulted items, but not so good for anyone else.

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Atlas Prime, Tekko Prime, and Dethcube Prime are pretty cool, get them while you still can.

For some good news, there’s a TennoCon 2021 stream set for Friday, August 27 at 2 PM ET. DE is setting up to reveal a new expansion and some cool new stuff, including reworks and patches, giving players some excitement to look for. That includes Nidus Prime, a rather anticipated frame. in fact, many suspect that Nidus Prime is the reason for Gara Prime getting removed, as DE want players to shift the meta away from Gara Prime.

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