Submerged deep below Uranus’ oceanic surface, and hidden from prying eyes, is a research facility for cloning and reproduction. Water pressure at these extreme depths put massive strain on the glass and steel structures housing these operations, but as freshly sprung leaks remind of the impending crushing force surrounding them, the Grineer forge ahead with their experiments.
Uranus is a planet where the Grineer are the controlling faction.
The Assassination Target of the planet is the scientist Tyl Regor, who is located at the mission node Titania. Tyl Regor drops the component blueprints for the parts of the EquinoxWarframe. Like all bosses, he has a higher than average chance to drop the relevant planet's rare resource – in this instance, Gallium.
Uranus features the Grineer SealabTileset as its primary environment, Submersible Archwing mode, and the ability to change between ground combat and Archwing gameplay in a mission.
This is also more efficient if the player's Archwing is weaker than their ground combat potential.
During Exterminate missions it may be a good idea to keep the alarms going once triggered. With normal spawns stopping at about 140 enemies in, it will save you quite a bit of backtracking.
Uranus is currently the only planet to feature the Grineer Sealab tileset with the Submersible Archwing mode and one of only two planets to feature the tileset, with Earth being the other one, using the tileset on the Mariana node.
Another node on this planet formerly shared its name with the Oberon Warframe.
Uranus is theorized to have a layer with a liquid surface near the mantle. Unlike the depiction in Warframe, this ocean is predominantly made up of methane and ammonia, rather than water. Traces of water may exist, albeit in a superionic state. The pressure around this layer would be impossible to survive without proper equipment.