Warframe – How To Find Hidden Caches For Nightwave

It’s the Nightwave Intermission in Warframe, which means new loot to get if we complete challenges for Nora Night. One of the weekly challenges this week is to find all the caches in three Sabotage missions.

Warframe – How To Find Sabotage Caches For Nightwave

Find the Sabotage caches in Warframe can be a little tricky, so it is a good idea to be aware of some basic hints and tips. First up is the choice of map. I would suggest the Sabotage missions on Earth because they are low level, and you can run through them quickly. They also seem to have pretty low variance in map layout, so you will soon get used to each area, and will be able to search them efficiently.

Hidden caches look just like normal lockers, but will have a ringing sound that they make, making it essential to listen carefully as you run through the levels. They will also show up on your map as a standard piece of loot, with the same icon that loot boxes and resources clusters will have. This makes it pretty easy to find hidden or secret areas that contain the Sabotage cache if you are running Loot Rader, Animal Instinct, and other similar mods.

It is worth checking every inch of the map, because the Sabotage caches can spawn in some odd places, and can even spawn above where you might normally visit if the map contains any platforms or raised areas. For example, on Corpus ships, they can spawn in semi-secret rooms that you need to climb high walls to reach.

If you do decide to do this on the Earth Mission, keep in mind that the Caches can spawn in the Silver Grove as well, so be sure to check that secret area if it spawns in the mission on one of your runs.

Finally, a Limbo that is modded for maximum range can be a great option. Casting cataclysm will break any loots crates and resources node in the area, and you can quickly run through and pick up all the loot. If there is a loot crate symbol left on the minimap, then you know that is a Sabotage cache!

Best of luck finding them all Tenno. Hopefully, this guide helps to make your life a little easier.