Don your inner tubes and sprint to the beach arena, Tenno! Cool seasonal Rewards and the ultimate summer bragging rights are officially up for grabs during the Dog Days Tactical Alert.
DOG DAYS TACTICAL ALERT
With your ultra-powered Soaktron, enter the beach arena and win this splashdown before June 25 at 2 p.m. ET to earn a wave of rewards:
Mission 1: 50,000 Credits and Redeemer Abysso Skin
Mission 2: 50,000 Credits and Hydroid's Relay Scene
Mission 3: 50,000 Credits and Hydroid Reprise Noggle
Mission 4: Orokin Reactor and Stratos Emblem
In the arena, there are no Mods, no Pets, no Abilities — just an equal engagement between you and your opponents. The team with the most soaks before the timer runs out wins. Run out of water? Reload your Soaktron at the water fountains shooting throughout the arena.
During your water wars, you’ll earn currency that can be exchanged at Nakak in Cetus for extra Rewards, including Floofs, Captura Scenes and more!
Gear up for the splashdown with the Dog Days Ephemera, earnable from Nakak for just 1 Pearl. While this item will disappear from your Inventory at the end of the event, the Soaktron Rifle Skin is a permanent Customization! Redeem from Nakak for 490 Pearls and give your favorite Rifle a refreshing new look, year-round.
The Dog Days Tactical Alert runs from now until June 25 at 2 p.m. ET. The aquatic darling Yareli might still be around the corner, but don’t let that stop you from jumping into the Origin System’s greatest water fight ever!
SHOW YOUR PRIDE
Each and every Tenno is welcome in Warframe. Celebrate Pride all year-long with the Pride Color Palette, available in the in-game Market for 1 Credit starting June 7 at 2 p.m. ET until June 30 at 11:59 p.m ET. While this Palette is only earnable during the month of June, it will remain in your Inventory for Pride celebrations any time of year! Digital Extremes would like to thank The Canadian Center for Gender + Sexual Diversity for helping us create this Pride Palette, and for empowering us and other gender and sexually diverse communities through education, research and advocacy!