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  • In 2016, it was revealed that Digital Extremes' game Warframe had been hacked, exposing the email addresses of more than 700,000 players.Digital Extremes-Wikipedia
  • 2013's Star Trek featured use of the Evolution engine; and the engine is currently in use on the free-to-play online title Warframe, released on PC in 2013.Digital Extremes-Wikipedia
  • On December 16, 2015, third-person shooter action game Warframe released a playable character named and themed after Nezha.Nezha-Wikipedia
  • Free-to-play games such as Fortnite Battle Royale and Warframe are exempt from the subscription requirement for online play.Nintendo Switch-Wikipedia
  • On August 19th 2016, the game Warframe added a new Warframe called Titania, a playable character based around faries.Diwata-Wikipedia
  • Digital Extremes eventually developed a free-to-play game, titled Warframe, which borrows heavily from the original Dark Sector concept video and game.Dark Sector-Wikipedia

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