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First Nine to Five Gameplay Footage

by on May 26, 2020
 

First Nine to Five Gameplay Footage

Redhill Games is toting ‘Nine to Five’ as a ‘smart’ shooter. In fact they use that word heavily, in the footage trailer and the press release. But what makes it smarter? Smarter in the fact that you aren’t just charging in, racking up kill streaks, or trying to get your K/D pumped. ‘Nine to Five’ looks to make you think, be strategic with your team, and find ways to adapt. Something that changes the way this game plays is that it is a 3v3v3 first-person shooter. You’re not going to know where people are coming from or what to plan for, so plan for everything. You need to place yourself, your team, and traps in the best position to succeed. This game does look intense and a lot of fun, especially if you can find two other homies to get down with!. Check out the trailer and the link to sign up for the alpha below!


Redhill Games has revealed the first alpha gameplay footage of Nine to Five, the new team-tactics first-person shooter that’s as much about outsmarting your rivals as it is outgunning them. In addition, Redhill has announced that Nine to Five’s PC closed alpha will begin on June 4. Players can sign up right now for a chance to join at www.ninetofive.game.

“We believe shooters can be smarter — and smarter can be more fun. We want teamwork to triumph over brute force and reflexes, giving players a refined shooting experience with the freedom to customize your game plan as you see fit,” said Redhill Games CEO Matias Myllyrinne. “You can expect plenty of rough edges and thrilling surprises in the alpha, and we’ll be engaging closely with the community for your feedback on day one.”

Set in a near-future where corporations rule everything and being a mercenary is just another job, each round of Nine to Five pits three teams of three against each other across three intense rounds with changing objectives. Every round influences the next, ratcheting up the tension and forcing players to constantly adapt their strategy to win, all in about 15 minutes per match.

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