The popular free-to-play action hit Warframe® is going interplanetary with an altruistic holiday program featuring player gift-giving for a good cause. Starting today, Canadian developer Digital Extremes encourages Warframe players to engage their Tenno by giving in-game gifts as part of the ‘Tennobaum Gifting Extravaganza.’ The more players give this holiday season, the more they receive in in-game gear and the more Digital Extremes gives back to its local community. The Boys and Girls Club of London provides fun with a purpose in after-school programs where children and youth enjoy a safe place of their own to thrive, grow and learn.
Starting yesterday, Wednesday December 14, and ending Wednesday January 4 2017, Digital Extremes’ holiday program encourages players to give in-game gifts to their fellow Tenno. For each gifting milestone reached by playing the game and gifting items to each other, players receive special holiday-related in-game items and gear as reward for their generosity. In turn, Digital Extremes’ cash donations to the Boys and Girls Club incrementally increases. Players can track the candy cane Gift-o-Meter increasing in real-time, as well as seeing who are the most generous Tenno on the Gift-o-Board leaderboard at www.warframe.com/tennobaum . All proceeds will support the Boys and Girls Club of London, Ontario.
To participate, all players must log in to Warframe, play, and give gifts before Wednesday, January 4. For gifting inspiration, Darvo, everyone’s favorite interplanetary in-game salesman, will have a daily deal in the in-game market.