How to Get Limbo 2024 Guide

A master of the Rift, Limbo harnesses his control over the dimensions, forcing space and time to work in his favor against his foes.

Limbo is capable of banishing enemies and moving to a different rift and can even stop time itself to gain an advantage before enemies can make a move.

This Warframe is great for crowd control and can damage enemies to clear out weaker foes within a large area, perfect for defending or offensive moves.

How to Get Limbo?

While Limbo’s main blueprint can be obtained by buying it from the Market, his other parts are obtained as rewards from The Limbo Theorem quest.

To start The Limbo Theorem quest, you will have to obtain it by completing the Europa Junction, which is on Jupiter.

Limbo can be purchased with 200 Platinum to skip the quests for a fully built Warframe.

Crafting Limbo

The following are the crafting requirements for Limbo.

Limbo Blueprint

  • Limbo Neuroptics x 1 
  • Limbo Chassis x 1
  • Limbo Systems x 1
  • Orokin Cell x 3
  • Credits x 25,000

Limbo Neuroptics

  • Alloy Plate x 150
  • Polymer Bundle x 150
  • Rubedo x 500
  • Neurodes x 2
  • Credits x 15,000

Limbo Chassis

  • Neural Sensors x 1
  • Rubedo x 300
  • Ferrite x 1,000
  • Argon Crystal x 1
  • Credits x 15,000

Limbo Systems

  • Control Module x 1
  • Morphics x 3
  • Salvage x 500
  • Plastids x 220
  • Credits x 15,000

Limbo Resources

The following is a list of resources needed to build Limbo, their locations as well as our guides on where to farm them.


Resource Locations


Alloy Plate Venus, Jupiter, Sedna, Ceres, Phobos, PlutoCheck Here
Polymer BundleMercury, Venus, UranusCheck Here
RubedoPhobos, Earth, Pluto, Europa, Sedna, VoidCheck Here
Neurodes Earth, Deimos, Eris, LuaCheck Here
Neural SensorsEuropa, Jupiter, Kuva FortressCheck Here
FerriteMercury, Earth, Neptune, VoidCheck Here
Argon CrystalVoidCheck Here
Control ModuleNeptune, Europa, VoidCheck Here
MorphicsMercury, Mars, Europa, PlutoCheck Here
Salvage Mars, Jupiter, SednaCheck Here
PlastidsSaturn, Uranus, Phobos, Pluto, ErisCheck Here

Completing The Limbo Theorem QuestThe Limbo Theorem Quest

All of the components required to build Limbo can be obtained from The Limbo Theorem, which involves the investigation of a mysterious theorem.

You will be required to go to Syrtis to obtain Proof Fragments (you will need 9) before doing Excavation missions to get each component.

  • Limbo Neuroptics Blueprint – Cambria, Earth
  • Limbo Systems Blueprint – Martialis, Mars
  • Limbo Chassis Blueprint – Ose, Europa 

After completing all the excavations and obtaining all of Limbo’s component blueprints, you can build him with a Limbo Blueprint which can be purchased from the market.

How to Get Limbo Prime?The Limbo Theorem Quest

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

Limbo Prime Blueprint

  • Meso T3
  • Meso Z1
  • Neo D4
  • Neo I1
  • Neo M2

Limbo Prime Neuroptics

  • Axi L2
  • Lith K8
  • Lith L1
  • Lith L2

Limbo Prime Chassis

  • Axi L3
  • Axi L5
  • Lith L3
  • Meso L1
  • Neo L1

Limbo Prime Systems

  • Axi D3
  • Axi T3
  • Lith B3
  • Lith B6
  • Meso N7
  • Neo A2
  • Neo C1
  • Neo R3


  • If you take up this quest earlier, you may not have that many upgrades yet and should be strategic when it comes to the Excavations.
  • Using Warframes that can disable enemies or protect areas is great for the Excavation missions as you will need up to 300 Cryotic farmed.

Final Thoughts

Whenever he wishes to, Limbo can instantly move into the Rift and even leave an opening for allies too, allowing them to move freely without being attacked by enemies.

His Stasis ability can be used to stop enemies and even projectiles in mid-air, which allows him and his allies to easily defend an area, kill frozen enemies and get ready for attacks.

Rift Surge can be used to disable enemies and protect you and your team from attacks, while Cataclysm can be used to destroy enemies in a large area.


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