Digital Extremes’ showcase of all things Warframe, TennoCon, has been delayed from its original date of July 11. The event, which has already gone digital-only, has now had its date moved to August 1.
While a reason for the delay hasn’t been specified, the Digital Extremes blog post explained that “changing the date will allow us to put on the best possible show remotely and deliver the magic of TennoCon to you, our worldwide community!”
TennoCon is the latest in a number of gaming events that have been delayed, many of them in respect to continuing protests around the Black Lives Matter movement in the USA and worldwide. These include the PS5 reveal and Cyberpunk 2077’s Night City Wire showcase.
The good news in this for Warframe players is that Baro Ki’Teer will still visit for the original July 11 date, while making a second appearance on the new August 1 date. Players who purchase the TennoCon digital pack will have access to his full inventory on both occasions.
The submission deadline for Warframe’s TennoCon Community Art Show has also been extended to July 10, where artists and cosplayers can submit their works for a chance to be featured.
Warframe is currently free-to-play on PC and current-gen consoles, and has already been confirmed for a next-gen release with a PS5 version.
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