Warframe: K Drive Races Locations

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Warframe is a very popular game that was originally introduced for the Microsoft Windows back in March 2013, which was developed and published by Digital Extremes. The game was an instant hit among the third-person shooting gamers, thanks to the tons of features and new gaming arena it put the gamers into. For those who do not know, the Warframe game is a third-person action shooter multiplayer and free to play action game, where the player controls the team members of the team of ancient warriors called Tenno. Their main agenda is to defeat certain different factions that are withing the game and protect Earth from demolition.

The Tenno warriors make use of their Warframe coupled with other different abilities to successfully complete the tasks within the game. The Warframe game was eventually made available for the PlayStation 4 in November 2013 and Xbox One in September 2014. And finally, the game made its way to the Nintendo Switch platform in November 2018. It has garnered a lot of players in the time since its arrival and you can also make purchases within the game to boost up your Tenno team members.

There are K-drive races available in the Warframe game that takes place in the Orb Vallis, and once you complete it, you will earn Standing for the Ventkids. And if you are also interested in knowing all the locations of the K Drive races in the Warframe game, then, you are at the right place as in this post, we will give you a comprehensive guide on the locations as well as some other details regarding K Drive Races. So, that being said, let us get straight into the article itself:

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Warframe: K Drive Races Locations

The K Drive races are free-to-roam missions meant for the Ventkids, where you have to through as many pass gates as possible while mounting K Drive, run by Boon in the Orb valley. Once you reach the final gate of the valley in a certain time limit, the player will gain Player Standing for the Ventkids. In total, there are 22 races scattered across the Orb Vallis, however, point to note is that only 5 are active at the same time. The races are refreshed daily as well as the standing limits. All the active races that are available, a popup in the mini-map, once you get close to it.

The quickest way to move over to a K Drive race location is to use the Archwing to fly over all locations. Moreover, you can also build a custom K Drive, which you can mount on Orb Vallis, and the active races will show up on your map. However, this feature is only available for the PC. In order to go ahead with the race, you have to interact with a Ventkid at the race marker and you have a whole week to finish the K Drive race.

Here is the map depicting all the 22 K Drive locations in the Orb Vallis in the Warframe game:

k drive warframe location map
Image Credit: WarFrame Fandom

Once you pass through a gate, you gain 500 K Drive Affinity and additional 5 seconds added to your race limit. While the final gate, when passed, grants you with 2500 K Drive Affinity. Here is a table depicting the race name, number of gates, and K Drive Affinity in total which you can earn in that particular race:

Name Number of Gates K-Drive Affinity
Anyo’s Ointment 18 11000
Bomb the Spaceport 17 10500
Breakdown or Bust 15 9500
Catalyst 18 11000
Deathgrip 16 10000
Dog Line 16 10000
Fortuna’s Folly 20 12000
Frost Merchant 14 9000
Grinding the Void 25 14500
Kubrodon Twist 12 8000
Lord of the Board 24 14000
Meat and Greet 25 14500
Mumsie Dadsie 23 13500
Pobber’s Drop 12 8000
Puffin’ Pastures 19 11500
River Run 11 7500
Roky’s Roll 17 10500
Shaving Nef 10 7000
Skeggin’ Out 13 8500
Sky-Eye 21 12500
Taxman’s Curve 15 9500
The Hard Way 10 7000

Once you have completed all the 22 races, you will be awarded a title of Race Ace achievement. So, there you have it from my side in this post. I hope you guys liked it and found this guide helpful as it is meant to give you all the exact locations of the K Drive race locations in the Orb Vallis in the Warframe game so that you can complete all the races easily. Let us know in the comments below if you have anything to add to this post. Until the next post…Cheers!

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