...This is who you really are. A Tenno, more than human... but once a child like any other.
The Operator is the Tenno represented by the player, a young human whose Void powers are the source of their Warframe's abilities. Operators control the Warframes through a process known as Transference, which uses a device called the Somatic Link to aid in channeling and consequently transfer the Operator's consciousness and powers into their Warframes that they control as a surrogate body, even over long distances.
As a game mechanic, a player first gains control over their Operator at the conclusion of The Second Dreamquest, and continues to gradually evolve as they obtain new abilities at the conclusion of The War Within, and their weapons and Arcanes at The Quills. Their importance lies in improving their grasp of the Tenno's five great schools in the form of the Focus system.
Functions related to the Operator can be accessed in the Orbiter's Transference Room by interacting with the Somatic Link inside, or by accessing the Operator option under the player's Settings.
Focus refers to special abilities unlocked for your Operator after completing The Second Dreamquest, revolving around a Tenno's true powers guided by the principles of the Five Great Tenno Schools.
Operators gain power and utility by unlocking abilities through the Focus system, granting them active and passive buffs that enhance their combat power and survival abilities.
The Second Dream: Transcendence
Upon completing The Second Dream, players will be granted a Focus gauge which slowly charges for a full three minutes (180 seconds), after which if used performs the Transcendence ability (default: 5 ). This temporarily disables their Warframe to summon the Operator in a spectral form for 10 seconds, firing a powerful Void Beam while also activating any Warframe passives related to the Focus tree. While Transcendence is active, both the Operator and Warframe are invulnerable to damage from all sources. Once Transcendence ends, the Operator disappears and control is returned to the Warframe.
The Void Beam used during Transcendence oddly cannot damage Vomvalysts in their spectral forms.
The War Within: Transference
Completing The War Within will replace Transcendence with physical Transference, allowing the players to play as the Operator themselves during missions, complete with their own set of maneuvers - though limited to running, jumping, sliding and zip-line running. Unlike Transcendence, Transference has no charge up, and the player's unbound and primary focus passives will be instantly activated from the start of a mission. While Transference is active, the Warframe becomes invulnerable to damage from all sources; however, if the Warframe currently has an ability active, it will still receive 10% damage from all sources. This applies to abilities that create constructs (like Atlas' Tectonics) or armor (like Nezha's Warding Halo) and will persist even after the ability ends while in transference. Using Transference while outside of the Warframe will not only dismiss the Operator but also teleport the Warframe to the Operator's last location.
Operators have a base health of 100 along with a base armor of 25. If the Operator loses all of their health during a fight or if their Warframe's health is reduced to 30 or lower, they do not experience Bleedout but instead will be forcefully returned to their Warframe's last location without it teleporting. The Warframe is also inflicted with a debuff named Transference Static, which depletes all their shields and reduces their maximum health by 10%. This debuff lasts for 45 seconds, and repeated Operator deaths can stack Transference Static up to 4 times.
Operators have a base energy of 100 (with an increasingly faster regeneration speed which refills completely in 6 seconds), which is independent of the Warframe, consumed by the Operator's abilities and indicated by the focus gauge. It can also be replenished by Energy Orbs or certain Warframe powers that restore Energy. Because all of their abilities deal Void damage, they are effective against all Sentient enemies as it nullifies any damage resistance built by the creatures. The powers available to the Operator are as follows:
Void Beam Command: Primary Fire (default LMB ) The Operator's default power, the Void Beam is a continuous energy beam fired from their right hand that extends up to 20 meters, which deals roughly 2,000Void damage per second to the target with a 1-meter radius of its impact point, with a 1.5x multiplier on critical hits. Despite its sound the Void Beam is considered silent and will not alert enemies (it is only silent if no amp is equipped), however Void Mode will be deactivated while firing.
Void Blast Cost: 20 energy Command: Quick Melee (default E ) The Void Blast is a cone-shaped area-of-effect attack which knockbacks all targets in 4-meter radius and deals 200 Void damage, the damage diminishes with range. Void Blast can also disarm Kuva Guardians of their Kesheg. It can also damage a kuva syphon's kuva clouds, which is the method to destroy them.
Void Dash Cost: 25 energy Command: Bullet Jump, i.e. Jump (default Space ) while in Void Mode (default Ctrl ) Void Dash is a mobility power that launches the Operator towards the direction of aim for 12 meters, which will damage and knockback any targets in range. Each enemy hit with Void Dash will restore 10 Void energy to the Operator. It can be used to bypass Corpuslaser barriers or Grineersensor bars. Void Dash can also disarm Kuva Guardians of their Kesheg.
After completing Saya's Vigiland The War Within, the Operator can initiate into a Syndicate called The Quills, who can grant the Operator various permanent upgrades. The Quills are located at the northeast most part of Cetus, through a stone door that can only be entered by the Operator using Transference to leave their Warframe behind.
The Quills' Representative will provide the Operator their first Amp, Mote Amp, a specialized weapon to enhance their Void Beam while also creating a separate "ammo" gauge for them, allowing them to execute this ability without exhausting their other powers. It can be improved even further by gilding it and enhancing it with Virtuos Arcanes, both of which are provided by The Quills and Vox Solaris. Further Amps can also be constructed later by assembling different parts from the same syndicate.
The Operator's base health of 100 is also increased to 250 upon initiation, and other attributes such as armor or sprint can be enhanced with Magus Arcanes which can be acquired from The Quills and Vox Solaris as well. Additionally, the Operator will also able to perform a slide maneuver to help them dodge incoming attacks (default: LShift while running), although they cannot slide while in Void Mode.
During the penultimate mission of The Sacrifice quest, Excalibur Umbra is rewarded. Unlike other Warframes, Umbra possesses sentience, allowing him to fight on his own (in a similar manner to a Specter) when not piloted by the Operator. However, Umbra can be harmed and takes full damage from any source, and will stop moving altogether if he loses all his health.
Necramechs are Orokin combat platforms used in The Old War, now scattered across Cambion Drift, Deimos. Some of these drones can be found in wreckages but still barely functional, indicated by a blue swirling aura, which the Operator can take control of via Transference.
After completing Heart of Deimos and The War Within, the Operator can initiate into the Necraloid Syndicate and build their own Necramech, being able to deploy it in Landscape missions.
Players can customize the appearance of their Operator under the Customize Tenno button accessible at the bottom right of the Focus Menu screen, or through Customize Tenno under the Operator option under Settings.
There is no option to change the Operator's gender, but a male or female voice and body shape can be selected independently from each other through the "Face" and "Voice" options.
The following options are available for customization in the Customization menu:
Facial Accessories - Add ornamental accessories to the Tenno's face. If not used, the option will read No Accessories Selected.
Ear Accessories - Add ornamental accessories to the Tenno's ears. If not used, the option will read No Accessories Selected.
Eye Accessories - Add ornamental accessories to the Tenno's eyes. If not used, the option will read No Accessories Selected.
Primary Color - Change the accessory's primary color.
Secondary Color - Change the accessory's secondary color.
TRANSFERENCE SUIT options: These options mainly affect the oversuit models and colors, as well as some colors of the undersuit. Options that are left blank will expose the basic undersuit. By default, the Operator wears the Zariman Transference suit over the base undersuit
Hood - Add headgear to the Tenno's bodysuit. This will appear draped over the Tenno's shoulders and chest. If not used, the option will read No Hood Selected.
Hood Opened - This option determines whether the Operator's hood is opened, or closed to cover the entire head. The Operator's hood is opened by default, and clicking on the slider to turn it on closes the hood.
Lining Color - Change the color of the Transference suit's linings, mainly covering the inside of the player's hood.
Body Suit - Change the appearance of the Transference suit's torso and lower body. If not used, the option will read No Body Suit Selected.
Sleeves - Change the appearance of the Transference suit's arm sleeves. If not used, the option will read No Sleeves Selected.
Leggings - Change the appearance of the Transference suit's legs. If not used, the option will read No Leggings Selected.
Waistband - Change the appearance of the Transference suit's waistband. If not used, the option will read No Waistband Selected.
Primary Color - Change the Transference Suit's primary color, as well as the color of the undersuit's arms and legs parts.
Secondary Color - Change the Transference Suit's secondary color.
Tertiary Color - Change the Transference Suit's accent color, as well as color of the undersuit's fingernails.
Suit Energy - Change the Transference Suit's energy color, which also affects the color of the Operator's Focus and Void abilities, and the Operator's worn Sigil if any is equipped.
X Offset - Move the Sigil left to right to change the position to the designated location.
Y Offset - Move the Sigil up and down to change the position to the designated location.
Alpha - Change the alpha of the Sigil.
Default Properties - Resets the Sigil's appearance to its default state.
Primary Color - Change the Sigil's primary color.
ANIMATION SET options: This option allows the Operator to change between different standing poses and idle animations. The five animations available correspond to each of the five Tenno Focus schools, and each one is made available if the player has unlocked the corresponding school.
Face and Secondary Face - Customize the Tenno's head and face shape. Primary face defines which face-texture is being used, secondary face only influences geometry via face blend. Primary face also switches the Operator's general body shape to male or female depending on selected type of face. The secondary face is restricted to the gender selected in the first option. It can be left blank if desired.
Face Blend - This slider is used to determine how much of the chosen Face 1 and Face 2 appearances are visible, with the left side showing more of Face 1, and the right side showing more of Face 2. Face blending allows the player to create a completely different face from the default templates by combining two preexisting ones. Due to restrictions it is not possible to blend male and female faces.
Skin Color - Change the Tenno's skin color. This option uses its own unique color palette instead of the player's standard palettes.
Lip Color - Change the Tenno's lip color, as well as the corners of the eyes.
Accent Color - Change the color of the Tenno's accents, visible as a color shade beneath and around the eyes.
HAIR STYLE options:
Hair Style - Change the Tenno's hair style. If not used, the Tenno will revert to the default buzzcut hairstyle, and the option will read No Hair Style Selected.
Hair Color - Change the Tenno's hair color. This option will also change the color of the Tenno's eyebrows and eyelashes.
Hair Highlight - Change the secondary color of the Tenno's hair. It does not affect the color of eyebrows and eyelashes.
Hair Tips - Change the tertiary color of the Tenno's hair. I does not affect the color of eyebrows and eyelashes.
Hair Part - Modify the appearance of the Tenno's hair style, oriented either to the left or the right.
Markings - Add visible Somatic Link implants to the Tenno's face, with different implant appearance styles available. If not used, the option will read No Marking Selected.
Primary Color - Change the markings' primary color.
Secondary Color - Change the markings' secondary color.
Metallic Color - Change the color of the metallic parts of the markings.
Inner Eye Color - Change the color of the Tenno's inner part of iris.
Outer Eye Color - Change the color of the Tenno's outer part of iris. The chosen color also affect the slim ring between the inner and outer eye colors, which may not blend perfectly with saturated colors.
Eye Glow - Change the color of the Tenno's eye glow, referring to the light coming from their eyes.
Voice - Choose the Tenno's style of voice. There are currently 4 different options available: the Owl and Heron options are male voices, while the Falcon and Raven options are female voices. Clicking on the chosen voice option will play a sound preview of the chosen voice.
OPERATOR ARCANES options:
Install Arcane One - Equip the first arcane for your operator.
Install Arcane Two - Equip the second arcane for your operator.
AMP options: This option is only unlocked upon visiting the Quills for the first time on Cetus.
Equip Amp - Select the Amp the Operator can equip. The following features are only available on Gilded Amps:
Focus Lens - This option allows players to install a Focus Lens on the Amp.
Arcance - This option allows players to install an Arcane on the Amp.
Primary Color - Change the Amp's primary color.
Secondary Color - Change the Amp's secondary color.
Tertiary Color - Change the Amp's tertiary color.
Accents Color - Change the Amps's accent color.
Energy Color - Change the Amp's energy color.
Copy Suits Color - Copies the colors of your suit.
The Operator can be customized with various cosmetic appearance options under the Transference Suit section. The headgear and torso options on these cosmetic items, including the default Zariman suit, can be improved with Magus Arcanes that grant enhancements to Operator survivability.
Koppra Suit Available as part of the Operator Suit Bundle (190 Platinum 190)
Varida Suit Available as part of the Operator Suit Bundle (190 Platinum 190)
Despite their name, these Operator Armors are purely cosmetic. All of them can be bought through bundles on the Market.
The Ceno, Vahd, Haztech, Smelter, Outrider, Vent Rat, Vent Pobber Ventkid, and Kubrodon Ventkid armors can also be built from component blueprints sold by The Quills (Q), Vox Solaris (VS) and Ventkids (VK) Syndicate Vendors.
Nakak in Cetus sells masks that the Operator can equip as headgear. Her wares and their prices cycle daily, but it is possible to find her selling masks resembling Excalibur, Mag, Volt, Trinity, Lotus, and a Norg, as well as a generic Grineer mask. After reaching the rank of Observer with The Quills, Nakak can be asked about "Mask?" and will offer a mask that doubles as the trigger for the Mask of the Revenant quest.
These masks can be recolored independently from the outfit worn on the Operator's body, and will take their colors from the "Markings" and "Facial Accessories" sections of the Operator's Features customization panel.
The following table shows different combinations of Arcanes and Focus Abilities which affect armor and also the resulting Damage Reduction and Effective Health as a percentage of the Operator's real Health. All Arcanes and Focus Abilities are considered max rank for table simplicity.
Mods of any kind equipped on a Warframe or its weapons do not affect the Operator in any way. Similarly, Warframe abilities have no effect on Operators, such as healing.
Operators can use certain Gear items, which do not share a cooldown with a Warframe.
Unlike Warframes, Operators can receive Impact damage from falling from high heights.
Players can switch to their Operators while inside the Orbiter and interact with all segments inside.
Operators are capable of Hacking, opening lockers, reviving allies, picking up items and Mods on the ground, and picking up and carrying solid pickups like Datamasses and Power Cells, which will be dropped upon switching.
They can also pick up Health and Energy pickups, which will restore the Operator's health and Void energy respectively, but they cannot pick up Affinity pickups.
If Void Mode is activated before Hacking, opening lockers, or reviving allies has begun, the Operator will remain in Void Mode for its duration, unless they run out of energy to maintain it. This allows for the Operator to rescue would-be doomed allies in otherwise lethal situations, or hack things that would be too dangerous to hack in their Warframe.
Operators can gain energy from the Arboretum room in the Orokin Moon tileset.
The Operator's health does not recover by going in and out of Transference, they retain whatever amount of Health they had before returning to their Warframe.
Operators can be healed by various sources, including their own Focus passives and Health Orbs.
If reduced to zero health, the Operator will be forced back into their Warframe, have their health restored to full, and their Warframe will receive Transference Static.
Using Shield Ospreys will only give the Operator 100 shields, but using Shield Restores will give the Operator up 500 overshields. Apply both will grant the Operator up to 600 overshields and access to shield regeneration (as long as the Osprey is near the Operator and is not destroyed).
Operators can use Handshake-emote to interact with another Operator, but not with a Warframe. The area in which the emote will 'lock on' to another Operator is also far smaller than it is with two Warframes.
Syndicate sigils equipped on the Operator will not earn Standing from the associated syndicate; the sigil is purely aesthetic.
The Operator has their own Stealth Affinity Bonus counter, which is independent of the Warframe's own Stealth Affinity counter. This counter is maintained and will continue to count down even when the Operator returns to the Warframe.
Replaying The Second Dream quest will disable the player's ability to perform Transference when playing any mission in the quest. Players will be given access to Transcendence during the quest, however.
While in Operator mode, Sentinels and Companions will continue to attack enemies and take damage.
Sentinels hover above the Warframe instead of following the Operator, making them vulnerable to damage.
The Operator can be used as a complementary stealth kit for Warframes without stealth capabilities, as Void Mode allows them to remain undetected from enemy vision, Laser Barriers, Sensor Bars and other security apparatuses.
Additionally, all of the Operator's Void powers are silent, making them ideal for performing stealthy actions.
Note that the Warframe will still draw aggro if seen.
Under Void Mode, it is possible to capture a target, hack a console, and revive an ally, while remaining invulnerable from all sources of damage including auras and Status Effects.
Void Beam can destroy Magnetic anomalies in Reactor Sabotage missions, though destroying it will emit Electricity damage in a large radius, potentially dealing damage to the Operator.
Void Dash can be chained in quick succession allowing the Operator to traverse significant vertical and horizontal distances.
With Mind Sprint upgrade from Naramon focus school and Void Flow upgrade from Zenurik focus school, the Operator can Void Dash 7 times in a row (if no actives are equipped that would drain extra energy per second), allowing them to travel up to 200m in total. This makes the Operator a powerful mobility tool for traversing large open spaces.
The Operator counts as a separate entity from the Warframe for the purposes of mechanics like pressure plates. This can be used for various situations requiring a player to hold two different locations at once, such as the Collaboration Test on the Orokin Moon.
While the Operator can capture Interception points, their inactive Warframe will not.
The damage resistance gained by a Warframe during Transference can be used to survive damage that would otherwise be fatal, such as Toxin status effects.
Void Blast can be used to temporarily incapacitate shielded enemies such as Shield Lancers or knock enemies off Ramparts from the front, with the range in which you can do so increased by Unairu's Basilisk Gaze. If used on a Nullifier Crewman while inside their bubble it will knock them down, which will quickly dispel their bubble.
The term Operator was first used by Ordis to refer to the Tenno during the events of the Vor's Prizequest, which was first introduced in Update 14.0 (2014-07-18).
The Transference ability extends beyond controlling Warframes. During The War Within it is once used to possess an Orokin creature known as the Golden Maw. Later it is used to control Necramechs.
Before Update 22.0 (2017-10-12), the Operator was capable of using Ground Finishers on downed enemies with their fists by using Quick Melee (default E ) while standing over and aiming at the target. This action requires significant amounts of Void energy to perform however, otherwise, the Operator will simply use Void Blast instead.
During Infested mission the Operator may be heard saying "We are immune to the Infestation, but they're still trying to kill us." This suggests the Tenno are directly immune to the Infestation, though it is unknown how or why. However, the Operator may also be referring to immunity by proxy, as the Warframes, being already infested, are immune to Infestation.
Removing parts of the Zariman Suit may sometimes not update correctly after changing color options on the Operator.
A bug may happen on Grineer Sealab tilesets where the Warframe will float in the air.
In some situations, switching between the Operator and the Warframe may be erratic position-wise, including recalling older positions and glitching the player out of the map. This occurs most often when attempting to switch forms while inside an extraction zone or falling into out-of-bounds pits.
There is a rendering bug in the Orbiter that allows players to see inside the Warframe when walking through it as the Operator.
Placing a Warframe within the interaction proximity of consoles interferes with using them by the Operator (the action prompt may not show up at some positions) until the Warframe is relocated.
In a high-latency match, it is possible to switch to the Operator just before their Warframe is downed, effectively allowing the player to revive their own Warframe.
If a player experiences an out-of-bounds glitch with their Warframe while in Operator form during a mission and is killed afterward, the player will be stuck in Operator form after reviving. In this state, the Operator cannot be killed despite retaining the ability to receive incoming damage.
While Void Beam will activate the effect counters of conditional Rifle mods like Argon Scope when their conditions are met, the mod's effects will not actually apply to the Void Beam, conferring no benefit.
When switching to the operator in The Jordas Precept after killing the Juggernaut Behemoth and before the cutscene, the player will be sucked into space without their Warframe. The player will not be able to move until they switch back to their Warframe, and will then be stuck inside the infested corpus ship for the remainder of the mission.
When in void mode, the physical hitbox of the Cryopod does not apply, making it possible to walk through. When walking in and leaving the void mode, the Operator is stuck inside the Cryopod. Entering the void mode again makes it possible to walk out again.
During The War Within quest, beginning Return To The Mountain Pass: Earth as Operator instead of the Warframe will cause the game to break. This bug will persist, even if the player attempts to restart the game. It cannot be fixed unless the player reinstalls the game.
On the Nintendo Switch version, however, simply closing and reopening the game will put you back in the Orbiter, allowing you to restart the mission as your Warframe.
Within the NECRALOID Syndicate, you will access everything you need to get started on building your very own NECRAMECH! You must have completed The War Within Quest to access this content.
In HEART OF DEIMOS, we are launching 1 NECRAMECH, found in the NECRALOID Syndicate! It is fully colour customizable, has 4 Unique Abilities (like a Warframe) and can be summoned for Transference via the NECRAMECH SUMMON Gear Item for use in ANY Open World! The Necramech Summon Gear Item is awarded upon crafting your first Necramech!
Fixed several issues when entering the transportation tubes in the Sentient Anomaly:
Fixed Operators in Void Mode speed running in the tube (gotta go fast?).
Fixed a copy of your Warframe being created after selecting the Dry Dock as Operator and Transferring back to Warframe. This also fixes issues of having a bunch of sentient Excalibur Umbras running around.
Fixed Operators taking on the color scheme of the Railjack interior after exiting any of the turrets in the Railjack.
Fixed inability to Operator Void Blast for extended periods of time during the “carrying” moments in The Second Dream Quest.
Fixed incorrect Operator lipsync movements when playing on a non-English game client.
Previewing an Operator cosmetic in the Market will now show the item as it would appear on the player’s Operator.
Fixed Wisp’s Mote buff having an infinite duration for Clients if they Transfer to the Operator, leaving the Warframe in range of the Motes, and then Transfer back.
Fixed Operator expressions not working when playing in Russian and Korean. Facial expressions were based on matching English words, but English is stripped from these regions so the neutral expression would always be used.
Fixed being able to stack the Sniper zoom bonus beyond its intended multiplier by Meleeing while zooming and then transferring to Operator repeatedly.
Fixed Operator legs clipping through the Smelter Apparel.
Fixed a box appearing around the Operator when the Infested Spore Ephemera is equipped during the Chimera quest.
Fixed an issue in the Focus Manager where increasing the Pool Capacity and backing out to the Operator screen, then back into the Focus manager causing all Focus Schools to show the cost of the Capacity upgrade being applied to every School instead of just the current one.
Fixed being able to get out of bounds of The Index map by throwing your Warframe off the map and Transferring to your Operator, and then falling off the edge with your Operator so that you get forced back to your Warframe who is now off the map somewhere.
Fixed using Transference while simultaneously being knocked down as a Client resulting in an inability to cast Warframe Abilities, dodge, or use Transference. This archaic bug forced players to die/revive in order to continue performing such actions.
Use your Standing to purchase the newest classes of Mechanical Operator Armour:
Operator armor inspired by those Solaris who must work in searing heat.
Operator Armor modeled on enviro-gear worn by the surveyors and scouts of the Orb Vallis.
Lightweight and practical Operator Armor designed for flexibility and tight squeezes.
Operator Armor modeled on the daredevils of Fortuna's maintenance crews.
Operator Suit Mesh Revisit
We're back again with Operator Suit Changes! You may recall changes introduced in Update 23.10.0 shifted the mesh in several different pieces, including parts of the hood now being attached to the Torso. We did this because mixing and matching pieces is becoming the norm, and we want all Operator cosmetics to be compatible with this. However, the first pass lacked polish.
Changes are now being implemented so that the hood mesh is no longer attached to the Chest piece of the Operator.
The Operator Waistband section now displays each Suit’s waist attachments with the proper highlighted cloth displaying in the Icon. For example, prior to this update, the ‘Vahd Greaves’ were missing the center flap cloth due to not having a waistband attachment - which is now fixed!
Reverted Operator Suit Mesh Changes introduced in Update 23.10.0 to restore Operator Suit Meshes to their pre-Update 23.10 state. A more careful re-release of the Operator Suit Mesh Changes will come at a later date.
Operators now have an A / B / C Customization config option for clothing and accessories!
Operator Suit Mesh Changes
As we have added more complex Operator outfits and Armor Sets, we've made revisions to the some of the existing cosmetics to allow for better sharing of aesthetics among sets. There are now new seams on the shoulders, neck, and waist of multiple outfits which will make mix & matching less jarring!
You can now toggle ‘Disable Operator’ on/off from the Dojo Obstacle Course console at the entrance of the room!
Operators no longer play their Idle Animations when customizing them - similar to Warframes.
Fixed customizing your Operator causing them to spin while using a controller.
Fixed Transferring into Operator causing hold Abilities to continue holding until you Transfer back into your Warframe (e.g. Ember Fireball charge).
Fixed Operator Arcane customization screen not actually saving Arcane changes.
Fixed equipping weapons on your Operator when recovered during Operator form in Zanuka recovery missions.
Fixed Operators walking funny on ziplines after aiming down sights.
Fixed being teleported to the entrance of the (non-custom) Dojo Obstacle Course room when falling off the edge in Operator mode, instead of being teleported to the beginning of the Course as intended.
Fixed an issue with missing Affinity when destroying an Eidolon Synova while not in Operator mode.
Fixed some gear items not being consumed as Operator (i.e Scanners).
Fixed a crash in the Sacrifice that occurred if an Operator hadn’t been upgraded.
Fixed issue where Umbra would stand still if the Operator jumped onto a certain platform during The Sacrifice Quest.
Fixed Rescue Target AI breaking if players hacked the rescue cell with their Operators then switched back to their Warframes.
Operators (if Transference has been used at least once) now receive Affinity for each Synovia of the Teralyst/Gantulyst/Hydrolyst destroyed. Our intentions here are to help with leveling up Operator Amps.
Fixed Operators not being able to instantly Void Dash via crouch+jump in some cases, particularly when using a controller and trying to do crouch+jump simultaneously because crouch normally needs to be held on controllers to enter Void Mode. Crouch still needs to be tapped to roll and held to Void Mode, but you can now crouch+jump together to instantly Void Dash instead of having to wait for crouch to work.
Added increased customization settings for the Operator! Expanded the Accessories categories for the Operator (I.E Facial Accessory, Ear Accessory, Eye Accessory, etc).
Improved the functionality for hiding certain Operator Accessories (I.E Operator hair does not need to be hidden when an Ostron Mask is equipped).
Fixed not being able to use your Operator Void Beam if you selected ‘NONE’ as your Amp. This also fixes a progression stopping issue in the Chains of Harrow quest where you couldn’t damage enemies/chains.
There are two energy sources for your Operator: 1 for Void Beam, and another for Void Dash, Void Mode, and Void Blast. Both energy sources regen over time, and energy pickups only affect the latter abilities.
To create more flow with Transference between Operator and Warframe, you can now seamlessly transition to your Operator and back to your Warframe at any time - even when in mid bullet jump!
You can now double tap “shift” to perform a slide as the Operator.
When in Operator mode, Warframes now have a 90% damage reduction from enemies if an ability is active during Transference. If no ability is active during Transference, you Warframe is invulnerable and untargetable.