The Cicero Crisis, update 11.5 for Warframe, Digital Extremes' free-to-play first-person shooter, is available for PlayStation 4 and brings new armor and support for customizable controls and trophies.
First up is Oberon, an offensive Paladin Warframe with support capabilities like its Renewal power that can help your squad mates. You can see Oberon in action in the video above.
Update 11.5 also adds 20 new trophies to Warframe. They're not retroactive, so players will need to earn them after the update. According to a post on the PlayStation Blog by Associate Producer Pat Kudirka, they've been designed to encourage "players to rank up their equipment, build items in the Foundry with collected resources, and participate in co-operative play."
Finally, players will be able to customize their controls thanks to the update. It was an oft-requested feature, according to Kudirka.
"Players can now map the DualShock 4 controller to their liking, creating hundreds of layout possibilities," he wrote. "Find what works best for you or simply revert your changes back to the default layout with the simple press of a button."
For more on Warframe, check out Polygon's interview with studio general manager Sheldon Carter chronicling the game's long path to development.