Polymer Bundle Farm 2024 (Best Locations & Missions): Warframe

Polymer Bundle is one of the most required resources and is used by many blueprints in Warframe, especially if you need to craft equipment and even Squad Restore Gear.

This resource may seem to be one of the hardest materials to get if you are unfamiliar with where to farm them as they are often farmed after you have progressed.

While this resource is needed in large amounts, figuring out the right places to go will allow you to get your hands on as much as you need for crafting.

Warframe Polymer Bundle

How To Get Polymer Bundle?

You can get your hands on Polymer Bundle by killing enemies, looting containers opening Storage Lockers, and destroying 

With a proper farming Warframe such as Hydroid, Nekros, or Khora, you can expect to get a lot in a single session, even in a solo Polymer Bundle farm session.

Dark Sector missions are a great way to get a lot of Polymer Bundle since they have an increase in Resource Drop Chance.

Polymer Bundle Locations

Polymer Bundle can be found on three different planets with different drop tables, which include Mercury, Venus, and Uranus.

Uranus is known to be the best planet to farm Polymer Bundle on since it has Dark Sector missions that provide a 25% increased Resource Drop Chance bonus.

Venus and Mercury do provide this resource but Uranus has Polymer Bundle as its primary resource, making it drop more often.

Best Polymer Bundle Farm Missions

1) Malva (Venus)

Malva is one of the earlier survival missions that players can reach when they are progressing through the earlier stages of Warframe which provides Polymer Bundles.

While the 10% drop chance boost may not be as high as the other missions on other planets, Malva is the easiest way to get Polymer Bundle for new players.

Malva may be available for players early on but it is best to just farm enough of what they need from the Polymer Bundle drops and move on until they reach Uranus.

2) Assur (Uranus)

Assur is one of the best Polymer farming missions available since it is a Dark Sector mission that provides a 25% increase in Resource Drop Chance.

Being that this is a survival mission, you will be facing countless enemies, and it would be great to have a squad with you to increase the amount of enemies that spawn.

Assure may not be available during the earlier parts of the game but it can be utilized as a Polymer Bundle farming method once unlocked.

3) Ophelia (Uranus)

Ophelia is a popular Polymer Bundle farming location, but it is still considered to be in a tie or second to Assur due to its lack of a Dark Sector bonus.

Some players will know Ophelia due to its two entrances, one is perfect for farming with a Hydroid as its hall is very long and there is no other way around it.

Aside from its popular camping spot, Ophelia has a bunch of camping locations and if camping isn’t your style, there are a lot of containers around and several areas where you can make rounds killing enemies.

Even if Ophelia does not have a resource drop chance bonus, the Polymer Bundle drops are quite high and will provide you with a lot if you bring a farming Warframe.

Purchasing Polymer Bundle

Polymer Bundle can be purchased by accessing the in-game Market aboard your Orbiter, which provides you with 300 pieces for 30 Platinum.

This is something that you should avoid though as it is not worth the Platinum and the fact that you can farm thousands of Polymer Bundle in a single session in Assur or other missions.

Verdict

From time to time, you will need a lot of Polymer Bundle, especially if you will be using a ton of squad restores.

A good Warframe will pretty much get you through the missions but a Nekros seems to be a good choice for the Dark Sector missions unless your Hydroid is well-modded.

Hydroid and Nekros make a good combination on Ophelia as Hydroid’s Pilfering Swarm can block pathways and Nekros’ Desecrate can affect corpses through walls.

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