The Corinth is a large Tenno designed shotgun, featuring two firing modes. The primary fire is a powerful buckshot supported by incredible critical stats, while the Alternate Fire launches a grenade projectile that creates an 9.4-meter explosion after traveling for 20 meters in midair possessing high status chance.
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- Primary Fire shoots a wide-spread, close-ranged buckshot:
- Alternate Fire launches a grenade that creates a 9.4 meter area of effect explosion after traveling 20 meters in midair (distance is affected by projectile flight speed).
- Reloads one shell at a time, which can be interrupted at any point, allowing for planned reloading.
- Reload time of 0.22 seconds for each shell, plus 1.2 seconds to begin/end reload.
- Innate two polarities.
- Primary Fire:
- Alternate Fire:
- Innate Blast damage – less effective against Ferrite Armor and Infested Sinew.
- Grenade only explodes in midair; does not explode if it hits a surface or an enemy.
- Grenades have travel time, heavy arcing, and needs to travel 20m before being explosive.
- A grenade hitting an enemy without exploding causes much less damage compared to the explosion.
- Extremely low critical chance.
- Low critical multiplier.
- Explosion inflicts self-stagger.
- Minimum travel length of 20 meters before being explosive should prevent accidental self-stagger unless rapidly moving towards the grenade's impact area before it explodes.
- Explosion has linear damage falloff from 100% to 10% from central impact.
- Low magazine size.
- Second slowest fire rate of all shotguns, after Arca Plasmor.
- Reloading the weapon has a short delay before it begins.
- Corinth, compared to Corinth Prime:
- Lower status chance (6% vs. 9%)
- Lower fire rate (1.17 rounds/sec vs. 1.42 rounds/sec)
- Smaller magazine (5 rounds vs. 20 rounds)
- Larger max ammo capacity (132 rounds vs. 120 rounds)
- Faster reload speed (2.3 s vs. 3 s)
- Different polarities ( vs. )
- Lower Mastery Rank required (8 vs. 14)
- Lower disposition (0.95 vs. 1)
- Air Burst Explosion:
- Lower base damage (404.0 vs. 2200.0)
- Lower status chance (28% vs. 50%)
- Higher fire rate (1.17 vs. 0.667)
- Lower range (9.4m vs. 9.8m)
- See Category:Corinth Build to see how players mod this weapon.
- See Category:Corinth Guides for guides on how to use this weapon effectively.
- For more general help with weapons, you may wish to browse Category:Weapon Guides.
- Reload time is 1.2s + 0.22s per round, coming to 2.3 total seconds to reload a completely empty mag.
- This time will further increase if magazine mods such as Ammo Stock are used.
- The Air Bursts detonate after traveling around 20 meters, and will not explode if hitting a surface, an enemy or a corpse before this time.
- Explosion radius is around 9.4 meters.
- The Corinth reloads rounds one at a time, which can be interrupted at any point, allowing for planned reloading.
- This also allows the Corinth to fire between reloading each round, allowing it to be used even if the magazine is not fully loaded.
- Modding the Corinth with Punch Through does not allow the grenades to pass through enemies or objects.
- The Air Burst's explosion can inflict self-stagger, although its distance-based fuse makes this very unlikely to occur. This can occur when accelerating while in Sky Archwing mode.
- While direct hits from the Alternate Fire deal significantly reduced damage, the guaranteed Impact proc can be used to momentarily stun a priority target, allowing for a follow-up shot.
- Ivara's Navigator halves the distance that the grenade has to travel before an explosion.
- The sound of the pump action when chambering the last shell in the magazine is noticeably different, providing an audible warning that reloading will be required.
- With fully ranked Blunderbuss, Critical Deceleration and active Laser Sight Corinth's primary fire can reach over 100% critical chance (107.4% to be precise)
- The Corinth's alt-fire can effectively set up enemies for finishers. This makes it useful when accompanied by any melee weapon with Finishing Touch
- While shell-fed shotguns (the Strun series) and pump-action shotguns (the Arca Plasmor) have always existed in WARFRAME, the Corinth is the first "true" pump-action, shell-fed shotgun in the game.
- As mentioned in Devstream 102, the Corinth's firing SFX includes a lion's roar.
- Interestingly, the Primary Fire's SFX is similar to that of the Protecta, a pump-action shotgun featured in Dark Sector.
- In antiquity, Corinth was a Greek city-state and is currently the capital city of the Corinthia region.
- Though the use of the city-state's name bears no direct reference, Ancient Corinth was involved in the Trojan War and among its participants was Odysseus, the legendary king of Ithaca. Thus, the Corinth's name is an indirect nod to the Ithaca 37, one of the most prolific pump-action shotguns ever produced.
- The Ithaca 37 is notable for having a dual purpose ejection/loading port located beneath its receiver, whereas the Corinth also has an ejection/loading port located on top of its receiver instead.
- The weapon deals predominantly puncture damage, despite being labeled as a Buckshot firearm. Buckshot fires low-velocity metal balls called "shot", which cannot be supplemented by rifled barrels. In a real-world scenario, it would be highly ineffective in penetrating armor.
- While reloading, firing at the right time will sometimes not stop the reload process.
- If you try to manually reload the weapon right after you fired the shotgun, the weapon will start to reload on it's own after a short delay. However, manually reloading the weapon right after you fired a grenade will not make the weapon reload on it's own, making another manual reload necessary after a short delay.
- Specters equipped with the Corinth will animate reloading one shell but will refill the entire magazine.
- Secondary fire still has the pump action animation, but has no pump sound.
- From time to time when you reload while preforming a bullet jump, after both animations finish the weapon will be vertical as your Warframe holds it.
Last updated: Update 24.5