The Warframe community has set out to raise money for the Extra Life charity, which provides children in hospitals with games and other items to make their stay a bit more tolerable. According to organizers, this will be the “largest gathering” of content creators involved with the game.

The event will feature more than 30 streamers playing Warframe over a 72 hour period. During this time, members of the Digital Extremes staff will also show up. All proceeds from the stream will go to the Extra Life charity.

Those wanting to view the stream can do so on Twitch. If you’d like to donate as well, be sure to check out the Warframe community’s Extra Life page.

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  1. trionisshit on February 20, 2017

    Nice but game lack of content all the time, like endgamer there is nothing to do and sooner or later you going to be bored to wait tiny content , i quit to play for more and more months till never come back when find good mmorpg.

  2. volfie on February 18, 2017

    This just show how great comunitys in games are. GJ warframe!

  3. debating on trying warframe now on February 18, 2017

    Honestly this is what I love to see developers raising money for all kids and a charity for a hospital or for all kids in general and not just one specific child like one an older review I read on this site. The devs of warframe are good people in my book I wish more MMO companies would do stuff like this. I don’t know what blizzard or the other big corperate MMO devs do but if they don’t do much then warframe are good devs in this department.

    • debating on trying warframe now on February 18, 2017

      Also if their game is good and I like it I’ll join if I got the time.

    • memme16 on February 18, 2017

      HiRez also does a lot of charity events. They’ve raised hundreds of thousands for charity, but still they get a lot of shit and are always pictured as greedy assholes.

    • debating on trying warframe now on February 18, 2017

      I’m sure they do Memme16 anyone who tries to do anything nice nowadays gets pictured as a greedy asshole. I know some well known people who done nice things in the past and they got pictured as greedy assholes to. I plan to do nice things in the general public myself inside and outside of the gaming community and I’m sure I will be labeled as a greedy asshole also but it’s what trolls and jerks do when they are just jealous of you.

      • Kipipi on February 18, 2017

        I’ve played Warframe since some time in beta and I love it.

        It has had its ups and downs but make no mistake – overall, it’s the best it has ever been.

        Strongly recommend.

        P.S. Yeah, the Warframe developers are a pretty rad bunch of people. 😀