Yareli is the latest Warframe to be added to Digital Extremes sprawling looter shooter and will be available for players to farm after the release of the Sisters of Parvos update.
We will return to this article after the release of the Warframe, adding any additional details that players will need to get their hands on the new Yareli Warframe.
How to get Yareli
Players can get the main blueprint for Yareli by finishing the Waverider quest. Upon logging in after the update, players will receive an Inbox message from Roky, one of the vent kids. Players will need to have completed the Vox Solaris quest to be able to begin the Waverider quest, however.
The components for Yareli can then be earned by completing research inside the new Bash Lab that will be added to the game with the Sisters of Parvos update. The Bash Lab can be built in the Clan Dojo just like the Tenno Lab, Chem Lab, etc.
After downloading the update, you can build the Bash Lab instantly. Head for the Clan Dojo and find a doorway you can build it. Search for “Bash Lab” in the search bar and then click on it. The Bash Lab requires the Tenno Lab, 2 Capacity, and 5 Energy to be built. You will also need the following resources, depending on the size of the Clan they will change, however.
- 1000 Credits
- 450 Ferrite
- 250 Circuits
- 100 Thermal Sludge
- 1 Forma
Once the Bash Lab has been built, go to the console on the back right of the room and interact with it to find the options to make the Yareli component blueprints.
Yareli Chassis Research
Yareli Neuroptics Research
Yareli Systems Research
Three components will need to be researched for the costs shown above, and it will take 24 hours to complete the research for the three parts. They can all be researched consecutively. After that is complete, you will be able to buy your Yareli component blueprints.
Yareli’s Murlina ability spawns a health-based k-drive that Yareli can drive around on in-mission and it is possible to redirect some of the damage you take to Merulina while on board. Aquablades casts a swirl of blades around Yareli that damage foes, and finally Cyclone Strike gathers enemies in a fast-casting AOE and launches them into the air.