Warframe has been pumping out content and keeping its loyal audience coming back for more since its release in 2013. There are so many mechanics and systems that are added to the game that sometimes it gets hard to keep track of. One such thing is the daily activities that you have to complete before the timer runs out and you might end up losing out on valuable rewards.
In this article, we will be focusing on one such daily activity, Standing, which is an integral part of building a relationship with the many Syndicates in Warframe. It can be unfortunate if you end up missing the daily deadline for these tasks so we will be letting you know when Standing resets in Warframe and even calculate the time for each timezone.
The Standing Cap will reset every day at the same time as the Daily Login rewards, which is at midnight GMT / UTC +0.
Standing In Warframe
Standing is a per-Syndicate currency, which indicates the player’s favor with a particular Syndicate. Positive Standing with a Syndicate can be used to purchase their respective Syndicates offerings with that syndicate, essentially trading on favors that the Tenno has performed for them. Syndicate offerings are gated by rank within each Syndicate.
Syndicate rank can be increased by first achieving a certain amount of Standing, then sacrificing the reached Standing in full together with a certain amount of credits and requisite items to reach the next tier. Standing for a given Syndicate may also decrease and even become negative when supporting Syndicates opposing the given Syndicate.
Each player has a daily Standing limit separate for each Syndicate that starts with 16,000 and increases by an extra 500 for each Mastery Rank (e.g. MR10 player will have a 21,000 daily limit).
Three daily Syndicate Alerts are available per syndicate, awarding Standing on completion.
Warframe Standing Reset Time In All Timezones
The Standing cap resets every day at the same time as the Daily Login rewards, which is at midnight GMT / UTC +0.
The following table includes all the time zones and their respective Standing reset time:
|Name||Description||Relative to GMT||Standing|
|GMT||Greenwich Mean Time||GMT||12 AM||00:00|
|UTC||Universal Coordinated Time||GMT||12 AM||00:00|
|ECT||European Central Time||GMT+1:00||1 AM||01:00|
|EET||Eastern European Time||GMT+2:00||2 AM||02:00|
|ART||(Arabic) Egypt Standard Time||GMT+2:00||2 AM||02:00|
|EAT||Eastern African Time||GMT+3:00||3 AM||03:00|
|MET||Middle East Time||GMT+3:30||3:30 AM||03:30|
|NET||Near East Time||GMT+4:00||4 AM||04:00|
|PLT||Pakistan Lahore Time||GMT+5:00||5 AM||05:00|
|IST||India Standard Time||GMT+5:30||5:30 AM||05:30|
|BST||Bangladesh Standard Time||GMT+6:00||6 AM||06:00|
|VST||Vietnam Standard Time||GMT+7:00||7 AM||07:00|
|CTT||China Taiwan Time||GMT+8:00||8 AM||08:00|
|JST||Japan Standard Time||GMT+9:00||9 AM||09:00|
|ACT||Australia Central Time||GMT+9:30||9:30 AM||09:30|
|AET||Australia Eastern Time||GMT+10:00||10 AM||10:00|
|SST||Solomon Standard Time||GMT+11:00||11 AM||11:00|
|NST||New Zealand Standard Time||GMT+12:00||12 PM||12:00|
|MIT||Midway Islands Time||GMT-11:00||1 PM||13:00|
|HST||Hawaii Standard Time||GMT-10:00||2 PM||14:00|
|AST||Alaska Standard Time||GMT-9:00||3 PM||15:00|
|PST||Pacific Standard Time||GMT-8:00||4 PM||16:00|
|PNT||Phoenix Standard Time||GMT-7:00||5 PM||17:00|
|MST||Mountain Standard Time||GMT-7:00||5 PM||17:00|
|CST||Central Standard Time||GMT-6:00||6 PM||18:00|
|EST||Eastern Standard Time||GMT-5:00||7 PM||19:00|
|IET||Indiana Eastern Standard Time||GMT-5:00||7 PM||19:00|
|PRT||Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands Time||GMT-4:00||8 PM||20:00|
|CNT||Canada Newfoundland Time||GMT-3:30||8:30 PM||20:30|
|AGT||Argentina Standard Time||GMT-3:00||9 PM||21:00|
|BET||Brazil Eastern Time||GMT-3:00||9 PM||21:00|
|CAT||Central African Time||GMT-2:00||10 PM||22:00|
Set your alarm clocks, Tenno, to get the most Standing as possible.
Use the table above to plan out your Warframe playing sessions with the time Standing gets reset. Otherwise, you might end up losing out on the daily rewards so you need to be vigilant. The whole Standing mechanic is a bit of a grind but considering the game is free and chock-full of stuff to do then we can accept this minor inconvenience.