Warframe posted ... something ... to its Facebook page yesterday, and it's got fans in a tizzy. You can see it above, barely. A second image was also made the page's user icon, and the internet banded together as only the internet can to try and sleuth out just what it meant.
Players on Reddit have enhanced the image to try and make out its details. The smaller one looks like some kind of tree, while the larger one is dominated by a face with glowing eyes -- which you probably didn't need enhancement to figure out.
What do they mean? Probably some kind of new and upcoming content, but as I'm not a Warframe player, that's about all I can speculate on. What do you think?
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