For warframes, you should look at what affects their abilities (duration, strength, reach, efficiency) and see what you want to target your build. When you start the game, your ship will not be fully operational. If you really want to open up more planets, find someone with a higher MRI and get them to “roll” you to the intersections. I think it’s important to open up more planets for easy access to resources (plastids, nanospores, etc.), but as others said, you can always take a taxi to a new planet if you really need a resource.
To unlock the Arbitrations and Steel Path game modes, you must have unlocked all planets and completed their nodes.
How do you unlock new planets in Railjack?
You start at Earth Proxima first and you need to finish each node to unlock the next one, and so on until you unlock the next Proxima. Certain planets may have nodes that cannot be accessed immediately, even if the nearby nodes have been completed. To access railjack missions, you must first complete the Rising Tide quest and have a fully functional railjack. For the railjack itself, you need a dry dock in your clan dojo, so you have to get to the grinding resources.
Railjack missions may not be available at first, but ultimately, you’ll find them useful to unlock.
How do you unlock Jupiter in Warframe?
Once you reach planet Ceres, you must complete the Jupiter Junction mission before you can move on to Jupiter. So choose Jupiter if you’re relatively new to Warframe or Kuva Fortress, if you’re more experienced and don’t mind the more difficult process. Jupiter’s outer layers consist of permanent cloud and gas storms, and the only solid parts of Jupiter are at its core. If you need additional ones, remember to repeat Themisto on Jupiter a few times, which pretty much guarantees you a good amount of neural sensors.
Although you can always get neural sensors off the market as a last resort, some players feel that it’s a waste of valuable platinum units when they’re so easy to manage (especially on Jupiter).
How do you unlock the star map in Warframe?
Unlocking arbitration and The Steel Path requires the completion of almost every node on the star chart, except for the Jordas Golem, mutalist Alad V and. Mods let you survive longer and do more damage. Both are important for clearing the star map and doing endgame stuff. I’m stuck at this point after I’ve finished the star map and the planets and so are too easy and the endgame is too hard and I don’t know how to move forward. Once you arrive in Ceres, you’ll unlock the best location for credit farming in the game until you reach Neptune for the index.