Releasing a new video, Digital Extremes has announced that another update for Warframe is now available introducing Zephyr, the air-based Warframe. Lighter than all other Warframes, Zephyr uses this to her advantage to increase her mobility, but also to complement her vicious attacks. The new in-game HUD is less obtrusive, contains more information for the player and their squad, and offers a handful of new customizable options.
A a new capture based game mode, Interception, is also available. In Interception, four areas are highlighted on the map that players or enemies can control. Staying in proximity to the capture point keeps control of areas, but you must watch out for the Grineer, as they can capture a point by simply hacking nearby consoles. Holding a capture point accumulates points for your total score. Whichever team reaches the max score first wins the round, and then you simply need to clear the area of remaining Grineer to complete the mission.
The more points you hold, the faster your score goes up. When the round ends, the score is reset and players have the option to claim their reward and quit, or continue to fight on for a bigger reward similar to Defense mode.