Tactical 3v3v3 Shooter Nine To Five Starts Alpha Next Week
Going with the tagline "We believe shooters can be smarter — and smarter can be more fun," Nine To Five sets three teams of three against each other in three rounds, and "How each phase ends influences how the next one starts." Each match lasts a total of about 15 minutes -- and those minutes can be pretty intense, to go by the gameplay footage. My favorite part is when one player sets a spring trap early in the match, and a minute later ... well, you probably can guess how that turns out.
The closed alpha for Nine To Five begins on June 4. You can sign up for it on the game's website. Just keep an eye out for traps.
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