I can't tell when I added Warframe to my Steam library. I am however somewhere between 600-650 days played. I'm mostly playing around 45-90 minutes most evenings at the moment because of general children/work/home/gym/life busy stuff and that's about as much as I can manage before it's bedtime for now. i can only keep track because I've passed the 600 days login mark and have a Primed Shred mod. Fez is right though. 10 hours per week equates to around 1.5-2 hours of a night. The game is locked heavily behind grind walls which you have to bash with a RNG mallet. You will have barely scratched the surface and you won't even feel that you've got much more in before 6 months. There's just way too much content that the devs have dumped into the game. There's a lot of it that just doesn't feel much like any part of being within theme of the game. There's areas of the game that I haven't even deeply explored yet myself. Conclave (PvP), Lunaro (Rocket League), Eidolon (MMO) and Archwing (X-Wing vs Tie Fighter) are things that I've just decided to hold aside or stay away from because of my time constraints and interest's sake. Don't feel daunted though - this game is a marathon against your patience. If you want to explore something, explore it, delve deeply into it, weave through the whole thing, get yourself a depth of knowledge in that area and only once you have explored it all, then move on. Consequence generally with this though is that you'll level up some frames, gather up more frames, gather up weapons, get crafting, get mods, level up mods, understand the player trading market and when you jump on comms, chew the fat a lot to get a better understanding.