Atlas commands the earth and crushes his enemies with stone hands. It is, in many ways, a fun Warframe to play, but it can often not be suitable for many of the missions in the game. It is also, quite frankly, difficult to obtain, trapped behind half-forgotten content and one. of the game’s less popular modes in the form of Archwing.
To get your hands on Atlas, you’ll need to unlock and complete the Jordas Precept quest. When you unlock the Pluto-Eris Junction, you will be able to participate in this quest, which can be started from the Codex.
Completing the quest will allow you to obtain the Atlas Main Blueprint and access the Jordas Golem Assassination Mission, where you will need to farm his component blueprints.
To kill the Jordas Golem, you’ll have to reposition yourself several times to hit weak spots, and it will eventually die. If you insist on trying to farm Atlas, it’s a good idea to see if stronger clan members will help you burn the races.
It is at this point that we strongly recommend that you ignore normal Atlas and just farm Atlas Prime instead. Getting your hands on the Relics is a lot less boring experience than farming the base Warframe at this point in the game’s life.
For those who wish to collect each Warframe, you will simply have to cultivate Jordas Golem combat until all three components drop for you. Once you have them all, you can build its components in the Foundry using the following resources:
Lot of 1400 polymers
Alloy plate 1100
1800 nano spores
2 argon crystals
Polymer pack 1700
1 Orokin cell
When all three components are built, they can be combined with the main blueprint to build the Atlas Warframe. Building the components will take 12 hours, while the Warframe will take another three days.