Warframe – Glast Gambit Update introduced the first infested frame, Nidus.
To obtain Nidus‘ blueprint, you must complete Glast Gambit quest. The remaining of Nidus‘ component blueprints will be located at Infested Savage Missions. You’ll need to stay until Rotation C for a chance of obtaining one of three Nidus blueprints in these Infested Savage missions on Eris.
The Glast Gambit Update for Warframe introduced a new Gamemode, Infested Savage.
It’s similar to Interception but with 3 objectives and an integrity bar, there is an overall progression bar for the overall objective. The more points you have captured or “purified” the faster the progression bar goes.
Killing enemies drop Antiserum and Antiserum Injector Fragments, each point requires at least 2 Antiserum to activate the objective and a maintain a hold of 3 Antiserums. Antiserum Injector Fragments are components, probably going to used for crafting Antiserum later. Each Antiserum lasts roughly 20 seconds.
If you manage to maintain each point to have 2-3 Antiserum at a time, the progression bar will go the fastest. The objectives have an integrity %, if it drops to 0 it will die and you cannot activate that objective anymore. As long as you still have one objective still alive, you won’t fail but the progression bar will be the slowest.
The Infested Savage is currently the only way to obtain Nidus blueprints.
The Glast Gambit Quest is the Quest released rom the Glast Gambit Update for Warframe. Completing it allows the players to access the node to farm the new Warframe, Nidus.
Warframe – The Glast Gambit Update is now live. The Glast Gambit brings a new Quest involving the Perrin Sequence, Nef Anyo and the return of the Index that unlocks the new Warframe, Nidus. The Glast Gambit also includes a bunch of new infested themed weapons such as the Hema, Hirudo and the new Infested Salvage gamemode.
With the Glast Gambit Update, Shotgun and Secondary Weapon Riven Mods are now available from the sorties.