Wisp is a new Warframe that has been introduced by the Jovian Concord update. Her light-based abilities provide support to allies, while her unique passive makes her invisible in the air. Wisp is the 40th Warframe in the game, and if you want to get her, you will need to prepare to fight.
Because Wisp has just entered the game, this guide is not complete. I will be updating it as I play through the new content.
How To Get Wisp
To get the new Wisp Warframe, you will need to defeat the new boss, the Ropalolyst. The Ropalolyst is a new flying Eidolon enemy that you can find at the reworked Gas City. Like all boss fights, the Ropalolyst will drop a blueprint for one of Wisp’s component pieces when you defeat it. You will need to collect the Blueprints for the Chassis, Systems, and Neuroptics.
For help with the Ropololyst fight, we have a guide under way. It is not complete yet, but it should be more than enough to get you through the fight.
Choose and summon a Reservoir filled with Motes that attach to and aid Wisp and her allies. Haste Mote (Green) grants increased movement and attack speed. Vitality Mote (Red) increases maximum health and heals over time. Shock Mote (Blue) stuns nearby enemies.
Cast forward a spectral image of Wisp to confuse and distract enemies. Reactivate to travel to its position. Hold to have the image travel faster and teleport to its position on release.
Open a dimensional breach to overwhelm nearby enemies and cause them to release aggressive Surge sparks when damaged.
Open a portal to the sun to irradiate enemies with a devastating beam of pure solar plasma.
Flowing between dimensions Wisp becomes invisible to enemies while in the air.