Warframe developer Digital Extremes announced the date for the second annual Tennocon today. The convention, which celebrates all things Warframe, is set to take place Saturday, July 8 at the London Convention Center in Ontario.

As with last years event, Digital Extremes will be donating a portion of the event’s ticket sales to charity and they hope to double the donation made during last year’s convention. Warframe fans wishing to attend the convention will be able to purchase them via the Tennocon site beginning today. There are five ticket options, including a digital pass that will go on sale at a later time. The other four options are:

  • Full Day Ticket – $25 CAD – includes full day access to the event, along with free, exclusive in-game swag.
  • Collector’s Ticket – $75 CAD – includes full day access to the event, along with free, exclusive in-game swag, PLUS an exclusive TennoCon t-shirt, 1,000 Platinum (in-game currency) and a Digital Art Piece.
  • Limited VIP Ticket – $250 CAD – includes all previous tier items, along with a Limited Edition Collector’s Statue (choose from Valkyr, Nyx, Mag or Rhino) and a Digital Extremes Studio Tour, complete with Canadian Brunch with the Warframe Development Team.
  • Limited Legendary Ticket – $1,000 CAD – includes all previous tier items plus a TennoCon t-shirt mega-pack with exclusive TennoCon 2017 designs, a 15-minute personal meet and greet with the Warframe Dev Team, a custom, yours-only, in-game Glyph, and the opportunity to voice a part of the game!

During the convention, players will get a behind the scenes look at game creation in panels hosted by members of the dev team. There will also be a Warframe Cosplay Contest, and a live broadcast of Warframe’s Devstream series, TennoLive. Players unable to attend the event will be able to watch TennoLive on Twitch.

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  1. DarkTown on February 23, 2017

    Welcome to Dark Age MMORPG. Most MMO games are now deserted completely like a ghost town.
    The media website can’t save them even if they talk about them on there site. The trust from developer has been destroyed well done developer.

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