Pluto is a dwarf planet where the Corpus are the controlling faction.
Pluto becomes accessible by defeating the
Specter in the Pluto Junction on Neptune after completing the required tasks.
Assassination Target of this dwarf planet is Ambulas, who is located in the mission node Hades and where the blueprints for the parts of the Trinity Warframe can be obtained. He also has a higher than average chance to drop Morphics.
Orcus Relay Status
Invasion Missions: The Grineer will appear as a "Sideable or Opposing" faction while the Infested will always appear as an "Opposing" faction during Invasion missions.
Spy Missions: Special enemy variants have a chance of spawning during Spy missions.
Survival Missions: The following lists below do not apply to Survival missions.
Pluto is named after the Roman God of the Underworld, thus its missions are named after people and places in the underworld of Greek and Roman Mythology, with the exception of Outer Terminus.
Cerberus is named after the underworld's gatekeeper, a three-headed dog. It is also the name of one of Pluto's moons (written as Kerberos).
Charon is named after the underworld's ferryman who carried souls to the Underworld. It is also the name of one of Pluto's moons.
Hydra is named after a Greek and Roman mythological creature. If one of its heads is cut off, it will grow two more in its place. It is also the name of one of Pluto's moons.
Pluto's Assassination Node is called Hades, which is the Greek God of the underworld.
Pluto is depicted with a blue surface in the Star Chart UI, in contrast to the flyby of the New Horizons space craft on July 14, 2015, which showed that the actual planet's surface has a tan color.
Ambulas, the final boss of the Origin System, drops the components for Excalibur, one of the three starting Warframes.
Pluto holds the highest starting levels of Corpus in the game, at levels 34-38 on multiple nodes.
Before , Outer Terminus was the last node of Pluto. Terminus is Update 14.0 Mercury's first playable node, and is named after the Roman god of boundaries.
When playing the Cephalon Capture PvP game mode, sometimes Teshin's dialogue will allude to "threats to come" from Outer Terminus.
In navigation, Pluto's resources show that it does not drop Fieldron Samples.