How to Get Banshee 2024 Guide

Banshee, named after the wailing spirit, brings her enemies to their demise with her sonic powers and powerful vibrations. Banshee is a great offense and support Warframe, capable of using her abilities to knock back enemies such as with Sonic Boom or to deal damage within an area with Sound Quake. Enemies cannot escape her detection as she can use her Sonar ability to locate enemies and even spot their weaknesses.

Her more supportive side allows her to provide allies with the vision of their enemies and she can even use her Silence abilities to stun them. Enemies that face Banshee will end up distorted and easy to kill, as this Warframe makes things go out with a blast.

How to Get Banshee?

There is not much to it when it comes to obtaining Banshee as you simply need to replicate her parts from your dojo at the Tenno Lab.

The parts can be replicated if you head into the Tenno Lab, but they should be researched first.

  • Banshee Blueprint
  • Banshee Neuroptics
  • Banshee Chassis
  • Banshee Systems

Banshee can be bought pre-built for 225 Platinum from the ingame market.

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Crafting Banshee

You will need the following resources to craft Banshee.

Banshee Blueprint

  • Banshee Neuroptics x 1
  • Banshee Chassis x 1
  • Banshee Systems x 1
  • Orokin Cell x 1
  • Credits x 25,000

Banshee Neuroptics

  • Circuits x 150
  • Neural Sensors x 1
  • Polymer Bundle x 200
  • Salvage x 500
  • Credits x 15,000

Banshee Chassis

  • Ferrite x 900
  • Morphics x 1
  • Rubedo x 50
  • Credits x 15,000

Banshee Systems

  • Control Module x 1
  • Morphics x 1
  • Salvage x 500
  • Plastids x 400
  • Credits x 15,000

Banshee Resources

These resources will be needed when you will craft Banshee, locations, and guides are also listed below.


Resource Locations


CircuitsCeres, Kuva Fortress, VenusRead Here
Neural SensorsEuropa, Jupiter, Kuva FortressRead Here
Polymer BundleMercury, Venus, UranusRead Here
SalvageMars, Jupiter, SednaRead Here
MorphicsMercury, Mars, Europa, PlutoRead Here
FerriteMercury, Earth, Neptune, VoidRead Here
RubedoPhobos, Earth, Pluto, Europa, Sedna, VoidRead Here
Control ModuleNeptune, Europa, VoidRead Here
PlastidsSaturn, Uranus, Phobos, Pluto, ErisRead Here

Replicate Blueprints In Tenno Lab

There is no special mission for you to complete or boss you have to defeat to obtain certain Warframes. The Tenno lab holds a few Warframes that were originally designed by the Tenno, thus they can be found in the Tenno Lab. Before you will be able to build items from the Tenno lab, you must research them first, which requires resources and takes time to complete.

Once the research is finished, you can head over to the Tenno lab and select the Banshee Blueprint and Banshee Parts Blueprints and choose to replicate them. Replicating is the same thing as acquiring its blueprint but instead, you are doing so from the Tenno Lab. This will of course have a cost for each item you replicate. After you replicate all the blueprints, head back to your ship and start crafting Banshee.

How to Get Banshee Prime?

Banshee Prime can be obtained by unlocking its parts from the following Void Relics:

Banshee Prime Blueprint

  • Meso E5
  • Meso T2
  • Neo H1
  • Neo N7
  • Neo T1
  • Neo V7
  • Axi A12
  • Axi C3
  • Axi K3

Banshee Prime Neuroptics

  • Lith B5
  • Lith M
  • Lith V5
  • Meso S4
  • Neo K2
  • Neo S7
  • Axi H5

Banshee Prime Chassis

  • Meso
  • Neo B1
  • Neo B2
  • Neo B6

Banshee Prime Systems

  • Lith K5
  • Neo B4
  • Neo B5
  • Axi B1
  • Axi B2

Final Thoughts

It is a good idea to invest resources in Banshee for later on as she is a great Warframe to play, especially with a team but it is also necessary that you get her for completion purposes. Banshee Warframe whose theme is based on sound, making most of her abilities related to her using it.

Some builds on banshee allow her to do severe critical damage, while others can cause enemies in a very large area to be killed. Depending on your build, this Warframe can be made for offense, support, and even both depending on your playstyle.


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