Last Updated on October 1, 2020
Polymer Bundle Farming Guide – Polymer Bundle is an important resource that is required for crafting different things in Warframe, new players who just have joined the game face difficulties while trying to farm Polymer Bundle in the game. Poly Bundles are uncommon resources that mean you can find these easily in the planet where it drops.
Some of the weapons that require Poly Bundles are Atterax, Clan Key, Dark Sword, Simulor, Hek, Boar, Cernos. Most of the non-prime variants of the weapons require the usage of these. Frost Prime Neuroptics is the one prime which requires the usage of this resource.
Earlier there was no way to purchase resources from, but with Update 9.0. The introduction of purchasable resources was made by DE. You can exchange 30 Platinum for 300 Polymer Bundle. Which is not something you should do, since it is very easy to obtain this resource. In this article, we will be covering the Best Place to Farm Polymer Bundles in 2020.
Polymer Bundle Farming
Planets that drop Polymer Bundle
Best place to farm polymer bundle according to me is Assur, Uranus. Just take a desecrating Nekros and Pilfering Hydroid and start farming. One farming session of 30 minutes should set you for a long period of time. Venus and Mercury also drop Polymer Bundles but the drop table is more diluted there with Alloy Plates and Ferrite since those two are main resources of those planets.
This might be one of the easiest to farm resources in the game. As the name says these drop-in bundles, each bundle consists of 40 and 80 polymer, which can be doubled using a resource booster. This can be further boosted by a farming squad that I mentioned above.
Edit: You can also take Smeeta Kavat with you on the mission to get a drop buff for 2x resources, combine this with resource booster and you will 4x the resources.
As you can see, in the above picture I was running a Limbo alone and was able to get around 2114 polymer bundle within 10 minutes. You might think that 2k is enough, it’s not, you need loads of these. There are parts such as Nekros Prime Neuroptics (12000), Nidus Chassis (6000), Amesha Wings (4200). The requirements are huge, take your time and craft everything and level up slowly using our mastery guide.
The game has a lot of grind, but it’s important to have fun while grinding. Never rush anything and take your time, read about the lore, watch Twitch streamers and YouTubers. Enjoy.
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