How to Get Oberon 2024 Guide

Oberon is a boon for any team, being able to provide healing and crowd control to help his allies when on missions, assuming a paladin-like role.

With his ability to heal, Oberon can keep his allies fighting longer in battle and even cause enemies to burn and turn on each other.

A Warframe that is great for both solo and team play, Oberon makes use of his abilities to turn the battle in favor of his allies.

How to Get Oberon?

Oberon’s components can be found by doing Empyrean missions (Railjack) in specific Proximas for each part, all providing a chance to drop a component on Rotation A.

  • Oberon Neuroptics (Veil Proxima – Grineer Missions)
  • Oberon Chassis (Saturn Proxima)
  • Oberon Systems (Earth Proxima)

The Oberon blueprint may be purchased from the orbiter for 30,000 Credits.

You may also purchase a fully built Oberon for 325 Platinum, allowing you to skip the process of farming for its parts and resources.

Crafting Oberon

The following are the crafting requirements for Oberon.

Oberon Blueprint

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

Oberon Neuroptics

  • Alloy Plate x 150
  • Control Module x 1
  • Polymer Bundle x 150
  • Circuits x 500
  • Credits x 15,000

Oberon Chassis

  • Gallium x 1
  • Polymer Bundle x 1,000
  • Rubedo x 300
  • Credits x 15,000

Oberon Systems

  • Orokin Cell x 1
  • Gallium x 1
  • Polymer Bundle x 500
  • Alloy Plate x 220
  • Credits x 15,000

Oberon Resources

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


Resource Locations


Alloy PlateVenus, Jupiter, Sedna, Ceres, Phobos, PlutoCheck Here
Control ModuleNeptune, Europa, VoidCheck Here
Polymer BundleMercury, Venus, UranusCheck Here
CircuitsCeres, Kuva Fortress, VenusCheck Here
GalliumMars, UranusCheck Here
RubedoPhobos, Earth, Pluto, Europa, Sedna, VoidCheck Here
Orokin CellCeres, Deimos, SaturnCheck Here

Doing Railjack Missions For ComponentsWarframe Railjack Missions

You will need to obtain all 3 components before you can build Oberon using his blueprints, which can be purchased from the market.

There are 3 different Proximas that you need to go to to get each of Oberon’s Components, which include:

  • Oberon Systems from Earth Proxima (easy difficulty)
  • Oberon Chassis from Saturn Proxima (medium difficulty)
  • Oberon Neuroptics from Veil Proxima – Grineer Mission (hard difficulty)

For the Oberon Systems and Chassis, any mission will do but for the Neuroptics, you will need to do a Veil Proxima Grineer Controlled mission.

How to Get Oberon Prime?Oberon Prime Warframe

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

Oberon Prime Blueprint

  • Lith H2
  • Lith M3
  • Lith S9
  • Meso H1
  • Meso N4
  • Neo B5

Oberon Prime Neuroptics

  • Lith O1
  • Meso O1
  • Meso O2
  • Meso O4

Oberon Prime Chassis

  • Axi H2
  • Axi N5
  • Lith B5
  • Lith T3
  • Meso B2
  • Meso P1

Oberon Prime Systems

  • Axi O1
  • Axi O2
  • Axi O3
  • Axi O4
  • Neo N11


  • Getting Oberon’s blueprint is very easy as you can buy it from the market and may only need to do 2 Dark Sector missions to save for it.
  • Be sure to upgrade your Railjack so you can easily finish missions and make sure your Archwing is ready as well.
  • Playing with a squad can make it easier for you to finish missions, making it easier to obtain Oberon Components.

Final Thoughts

Oberon focuses on healing allies as well as applying crowd control and dealing radiation damage to enemies, which can even confuse them.

Enemies usually damaged by Oberon’s radiation damage may start attacking one another, making it easier for your squad to take them out.

Smite is great for damaging both single targets and a group, with a good chance to proc the radiation status effect on them.

Reckoning is great for stopping a group of enemies and weakening them, which can also heal allies when some of them are killed.


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