Warframe – How To Get Gauss

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Gauss, the latest arrival to Warframe, is all about speed. He likes to barrel around at high speeds, smashing into enemies, building up charge with his passive, and then unleashing devastation on everything around him. His ultimate ability, Redline, allows him to push his battery charge to dangerous limits, supercharging his abilities and setting his Fire Rate, Attack Speed, Reload Speed, and Holster Rate into overdrive.

Guass looks like an incredibly fun Warframe to play, and while people are worried that he might replace Volt completely, I’m just curious to get my hands on him and see how he feels.

Warframe – How To Get Gauss

You can get the parts for Gauss by diving into the new Disruption Mode Expansion. You will need to head for the Senda, Kelpie node, and get busy grinding as you earn Gauss components from finishing rounds of Disruption Mode at this location. The components will drop on Rotation C only, so prepare to grind it out. You will be taking on the Grineer, so be sure to build accordingly. Once you have all his components, you will need to buy the primary Blueprint from the Market for 30,000 Credits.

You will need to grind this node to get your hands on the parts for Gauss, so make sure you are bringing in a solid Warframe to take on the challenge, and building into the right damage types. I like to bring Rhino because he is an excellent utility Frame for this mode. Not only can his Iron Skin keep him alive, but he can also provide his teammates with substantial damage, and his Stomp ability can give you safe windows to heal allies. He can also interrupt the Demolyst as it races to blow up a Conduit.

Gauss Component Build Costs

Neuroptics

  • 15,000 Credits
  • 1 Argon Crystal
  • 1600 Rubedo
  • 6200 Salvage
  • 2950 Alloy Plate

Chassis

  • 15,000 Credits
  • 3 Radian Sentirum
  • 3 Heart Nyth
  • 6 Star Crimzian
  • 55 Grokdrul

Systems

  • 15,000 Credits
  • 3 Radiant Zodian
  • 3 Marquise Thyst
  • 70 Mytocardia Spores
  • Thermal Sludge

The usual build times of 12 hours for the components and three days for the Warframe apply.