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How To Farm Control Modules In Warframe (2020)

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Control Modules in Warframe is one of many different resources you need to farm for crafting in this game, and of course, there are multiple sources to look for Control Modules. These items can be found from loot chests and enemies and can be found in a few different missions. The crafting resources you’re going to be collecting spawn in any number of places. Each node on the Star Chart has a loot table assigned to it, and enemies and containers within those nodes have their own drop chances.

The best locales for farming these items in Warframe come in two flavors. There are endless missions, as well as basic nodes that you can target to get Control Modules in Warframe:

  • Survival missions in the Void – A nice quick rotation that allows sustained farming. Combining this with the buff that every five-minute rotation gives to drop chances, it encourages long-term farming with a good group.
  • Neptune and Europa – If you’re looking for shorter farms, stroll through nodes on these planets to find Hyena packs, these enemies have the highest drop chance for Control Modules in Warframe.

General Farming Tips

For Warframe choices, there are several options for increasing loot drops. Nekros using his Desecrate ability, Hydroid with Pilfering Swarm, and Khora with Pilfering Strangledome all will offer increased loot chances. Resource Boosters are also a good option if you have extra ones floating around. Bringing a good buff Warframe that can keep your group stacked with energy is great as well.

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The best way to tackle these missions with a group is to simply hold up in a room one the map with one entrance, and since any map often has small side rooms, it becomes a matter of using a quick-moving frame to pull enemies into the primary DPS stationed in the “safe room”. With a solid group, you can literally farm for hours with this maneuver.

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