When is Tennocon 2020? – Everything you need to know

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 When is Tennocon 2020? – Everything you need to know

Tennocon, Warframe’s yearly celebration of both the game and the community that plays it, will be going through some changes this year. Due to the ongoing global pandemic, the event will be digital-only.

When will Tennocon take place?

Tennocon will be taking place on Aug. 1. No exact schedule has been released yet, so a start and end time are not known at the moment.

What will be the event format?

The event will be an all-day livestream, featuring panels with the developers, and inevitable reveals of new and upcoming content.

Can you still buy a ticket?

Digital tickets are still being sold this year. You can purchase your tickets from the Warframe website. The digital tickets cost $24.99, and include the following items:

  • 475 Platinum
  • Tennocon 2020 Syandana
  • Tennocon 2020 Glyph and Sigil
  • Tennocon 2020 Emote
  • New War Emote
  • Tennocon 2020 Display
  • New War Orbiter Decoration
  • Baro’s Relay Ticket

Ticket holders will get access to the special Baro Relay for the event. It is the only time of the year that everything Baro can sell is available, making it a hot commodity for people who have been hunting down specific mods and items. Due to the original Tennocon date being moved, there will now be two special Baro weekends at the data and times shown below:

  • July 11 at 11 a.m. ET to July 18 at 11 a.m. ET
  • August 1 at 11 a.m. ET to August 3 at 11 a.m. ET

You can also buy a Tennocon merch pack, which consists of a t-shirt and pin for $34.99, or a special combination pack with all of the above for $54.99.

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