warframe eximus farming guide

Warframe Eximus Farming Guide 2021

Last updated on March 31st, 2021 at 09:35 am

Warframe is an action role-playing game composed by Keith Power and George Spanos and published by Digital Extremes. This third-person shooter multiplayer online game was first released for Windows in March 2013, and now can be played even on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.

In this game, players control the members of a race of ancient warriors named Tenno. The latter have woken up from centuries of suspended animation far into Earth’s future and found themselves at war with different factions in the planetary system. 




In Warframe, you need to perform specific tasks like farming Eximus to open up the Rails that help you travel to new places. For example, while moving between planets, to get to Venus, you need to kill three Eximus enemies. 

About Eximus Farming

Eximus is a unique variety of ‘elite’ enemies introduced in Update 12.0 of the game. These Eximus are of various types, and each of them possesses unique qualities and abilities.

Some of these abilities are sometimes similar to the ones possessed by the members of Tenno. They appear at a higher level than the mission difficulty, hence throwing a tough challenge for a new Tenno to fight. 

You can identify an Eximus by its special aura and huge size, and sometimes also by its uniquely textured skin. The Osprey, Lancer, and almost any other base unit type can spawn as an Eximus

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The Eximus enemies can attack with strong explosive blasts, fire, Frost, and many other things. Some of them can drain out your energy, hence prohibiting you from casting your abilities. Many of them can heal the enemies around them. 

 The Eximus units provide 450 to 500 additional base affinity gain of their regular peers, after death. 

There are various types of Eximus, with a wide range of qualities and abilities to strike down their enemies. We, here, will make you familiar with some of them: 

Blitz: 

Blitz Eximus units can cast Seismic Shockwave. These shockwaves are capable of bringing down all nearby opponents. Their health, shield, and armor types give them a natural resistance of 50% to all damage types. The Blitz Eximus units are found exclusively in the Corpus and appear mainly on all models of MOAs. 




Energy Leech or Parasitic:

 If you are within a diameter 15 meters of an Energy Leech or Parasitic Eximus unit, it can drain all your energy pretty fast. These Eximus units have 300% of their base health and shield and the inherent resistance of 50% to all damage types. These are close combat units like the Corpus Prod Crewmen and Grineer Butchers. 

Arson or Caustic: 

The Arson or Caustic Eximus units cause fire damage and are capable of nullifying fire damage from opponents. They can release a Fire Blast, which is capable of bringing down and damaging enemies affected by the blast. These two have an intrinsic resistance of 50% to all damage types. 

Guardian: 

The Guardian Eximus units are durable and can gain a significant boost to their shields. They are also capable of restoring these shields by themselves. They release a radial shield charge in a blue-grid restorative pulse. 

This type of Eximus has an inherent resistance of 50% to all damage types. The Guardian Eximus units are exclusively found in the Corpus. The MOAs, Orokin Drones, and Ospreys are generally units of this type.

Arctic: 

The Arctic Eximus units can nullify all Cold damage. Their aura extends to integrated elemental damage types. They are capable of generating a Snow Globe as a guard to protect themselves and their allies temporarily. 

This type of Eximus unit also has a natural resistance of 50% to all damage types. Arctic Eximus units are considered to be more dangerous than most other types of units. 

It is better to watch out for the Eximus units and quickly take them out early in the game before they can turn the tables. 

Where to Farm Eximus Enemies in Warframe?

Completing the Defense of Excavation missions and Endless missions are the best ways to farm Eximus in Warframe. In these comparatively easy missions, you will have to defend the marked object and build a squad that will help you get past the enemy wave. You will also need to focus on obtaining good kill credit before finishing the job. 

You can easily recognize the Eximus units by the red glow that highlights their model. Through Sanctuary Onslaught, Arbitration Alerts, and Sorties, you will be able to farm Eximus in warframe, as these methods spawn a lot of Eximus units. These should help you find and kill Eximus units and progress swiftly through the game. 

Conclusion

Warframe has been a popular game since it’s release. What makes it worth playing even after seven years, are the monthly updates! Every month, Warframe keeps adding new free features like new maps, or new locations that you can access only if you beat certain bosses. This prevents the competitor from the player alive and makes it impossible for them to keep the game down. 

One of the most exciting features of this game is that you need not pay-to-play or pay-to-win. Though there are several in-app purchases, you can progress in the game without paying a single cent! So what are you waiting for? Grab your Xbox and start playing!