His third ability is called Electric Shield. Volt creates a shield made of electricity that protects against enemy fire. Additionally, any bullets or projectiles fired through the shield by Volt of his allies will gain additional Electricity and Critical damage. Volt can deploy a maximum of 6 shields at any given time. If Volt deploys a seventh shield, the oldest one will dissipate. Firing through multiple shields at the same time will stack the Electricity damage. While the shield can block enemy fire, it is not a physical barrier, allies and enemies can pass freely through it. Casting Shock on an Electric Shield will electrify it, dealing Electricity damage to any enemy that passes through the shield.
Additionally, Volt can pick up shields that have been deployed in order to protect himself while moving. The shield becomes smaller and Volt is only able to use his secondary and melee weapons. He also becomes slower. Carrying a shield will drain energy but only while Volt is moving. Volt will also knock down any enemies hit by the shield while he is sprinting. The shield can be put down again using the same button used to pick it up.
Ability Strength mods affect the damage of Shock and Discharge and the speed increase of Speed. Ability Range mods affect the chaining range of Shock, the range of Speed’s buff and the range of Discharge’s pulse. Ability Duration mods affect the duration of Speed and Electric Shield and also affect the duration of Discharge’s damage over time component. This concludes Volt’s Warframe Spotlight. Thank you for watching and I will see you all next time.
So, all things considered, here are some builds you may want to try on your Volt: