Published Jun 9th, 2022

Players can prepare for Warframe’s big day starting today by purchasing a TennoCon Digital Pack, offering access to themed cosmetics and gear, including a new Operator Suit, Armor Bundle, Baro Relay Access and so much more. A new TennoCon physical merchandise pack is also now available, featuring an exclusive TennoCon 2022 shirt, pin (with lanyard and charm), and a digital ship display and Glyph as an added bonus. Players can pick up the best off both offerings with the TennoCon Digital and Merch Pack bundle. TennoCon Digital Packs and Merchandise Packs are available for a limited-time only. Physical merchandise will ship this summer, following TennoCon’s festivities in July.


Get access to Baro’s entire inventory during his TennoCon 2022 Relay! There players will be able to trade Ducats for everything Baro has ever sold. Baro’s TennoCon Relay is open from July 16, 2022 at 11 a.m. ET to July 23, 2022 at 11 a.m. ET.


Digital Extremes is turning up the heat for TennoCon this summer and is building out an exciting day of community activities, developer panels, live Q&A sessions, in-game experiences, and major reveals that will surely make TennoCon 2022 one for the records. Community Art Show and Cosplay submissions remain open through June 16 and applicants can submit their work online for consideration in being featured during TennoCon 2022 on July 16.


Digital Extremes annually partners with charitable organizations at TennoCon to raise funds and awareness for local and global initiatives in an effort to rally its bolstering player community around humanitarian and social issues. This year, the company is thrilled to partner with Indspire, an Indigenous-run Canadian organization working to raise the percentage of Indigenous youth entering and graduating from post-secondary education institutions. In addition to organizing digital fundraising activities for attendees at TennoCon, Digital Extremes is proud to make a donation to the organization providing relief efforts and assistance to Indigenous youth in Ontario. 

“We are pleased to be working in partnership with Digital Extremes on this innovative initiative,” said Mike DeGagné, President & CEO of Indspire. “It is a significant new opportunity for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis learners across the country; not only will it assist us in overcoming the systemic barriers that they often face, it represents a tangible commitment to reconciliation through education.”

To purchase a TennoCon Digital Pack or Merchandise Pack, visit the TennoCon website. Physical merchandise will ship this summer, following TennoCon’s festivities in July. To learn more about Indspire, visit