How to Get Gyre In Warframe

Last Updated on August 12, 2022

Gyre, an electric-themed Warframe, is a new addition to the Angels of the Zariman Quest. She thrives on inflicting electricity on nearby enemies, transmitting the electrical discharge to more opponents. To get Gyre, you can play the Zariman Bounties, which are accessible upon completion of the Angels of the Zariman Quest. 

Once you complete the bounties, you’ll receive rewards like Gyre’s Blueprints and the associated Component Blueprints. After acquiring all the Blueprints, you can craft them in the Foundry. Alternatively, you can purchase Gyre from the in-game Market for 325 Platinum, but that will eliminate the fun in the game.


How to Get Zariman Bounties

All Gyre’s Blueprints are accessible in the Zariman Bounties. Players can access all parts by visiting Quinn at the Chrysalith. These parts are uncommon, and they include:

  • Gyre Neuroptics Blueprints with a drop rate of 12%.
  • Gyre Chassis Blueprints, whose drop rate is 10%.
  • Gyre Systems Blueprint with a drop rate of 12%.
  • Gyre Blueprint with a 12.5% drop rate.

The Chrysalith is in the middle of the Zariman. You must defeat Grineer, Corpus, and other enemies in the halls to access it. The Grineer and Corpus enemy types spawn the area every 2.5 hours, and you can open the map to see the enemies within the region.

The Zariman bounties are accessible after the completion of the following missions:

1. Exterminate

In this mission, a player should kill several enemies in the area before making it to extraction. A counter will display just below the minimap to show the number of enemies remaining. You’re supposed to kill an enemy every 15 minutes. If not, the mission is a failure.

2. Mobile Defence

In Mobile Defence Mission, a player carries a data mass to two or three computer terminals and then uploads them. After uploading each terminal, you must defend the terminals for a set period until the hacking process is complete. Once you’ve protected all terminals, it will allow extraction. The mission only fails if a player fails to protect a terminal from destruction.

3. Void Cascade

In Void Cascade, your mission is to stop Void using Exolizers. However, Exolizers won’t resist Void for a long time, so you should clean the Exolizer to remove any Void. If you clean an Exolizer, you can manage to fight the Thrax Centurion. You must kill it quickly before it repossesses another Exolizer. As you clean more Exolizers, the process turns chaotic, but you can manage to clean many of them with focus and skill. To exit the battle, you have to purge four Exolizers. If you fail, the mission becomes a failure. To increase your success rate, coordinate with other players and use the right Warframes.

4. Void Flood

A player receives a drone to collect Vitoplast pickups dropped by enemies and floating in the area for this mission. Upon collection, you drop them into a Void Rupture and seal. Once you’ve sealed about three Void Ruptures, Thrax Centurions will appear, and you must defeat them. These enemies possess Overguard, and beating them will turn their physical form into a spectral entity, which you can defeat using the Operator. As the mission continues, monitor the Corruption gauge. When it hits 40%, 70%, and 100%, the Void provides a random enemy buff or a Tenno debuff. By sealing one Void Rupture and killing Thrax enemies, the gauge drops by 35%. If the Corruption gauge fills, you must act quickly to lower it within 2 minutes and 30 seconds, or the mission fails.

5. Void Armageddon

This mission includes Waves and Rounds. Every Round comprises three waves, and each Wave has enemies that will attack the Exodamper. The attack patterns will change as the mission continues, so you should follow the HUD instructions to know the Exodamper on target. Remember that once enemies destroy the Exodamper, it will spawn back at the fourth wave. The biggest enemy threats here are the Void manifestations which you should fight using your Operator. After several rounds, you get your rewards.


Components for Crafting Gyre

Players earn the Gyre Systems, Chassis, Neuroptics, and Blueprints after completing the Zariman Bounties. You’ll need the following components to craft the Blueprints in the Foundry:

Neuroptics Blueprints:

  • 15,000 Credits
  • 6 Neural Sensors
  • 300 Thrax Plasm
  • 60 Voidgel Orb
  • 4500 Plastids

Chassis Blueprints:

  • 15,000 Credits
  • 8 Morphic
  • 500 Thrax Plasm
  • 12 Entrati Lanthorn
  • 3300 Alloy Plate

Systems Blueprints:

  • 15,000 Credits
  • 2 Argon Crystals
  • 300 Thrax Plasm
  • 40 Voidplume Quill
  • 6500 Ferrite

Conclusion

Gyre is a must-have Warframe whose strength level is higher than other Warframes in the game. Therefore, knowing how to acquire Gyre is essential. She possesses a unique weapon, the Alternox Rifle, which electrifies up to midrange enemies and shoots lightning bolts to those far. With her Arscphere and Coil Horizontal abilities, players can damage multiple enemies within a short period.