Team-based Shooter Nine to Five Enters Early Access On Steam
Two maps and three modes for Redhill Games 3v3v3 Shooter
We all know that early access is basically open beta for games these days, but I think Redhill Games may be the first developers to actually say it. The company announced today that its team-based first-person shooter Nine to Five is now available “in open beta on PC via Steam Early Access.”
At this point, the developer believes that the game is fun enough to put out into the world, but that it still needs some work to get everything just right. This means that players should expect plenty of changes as early access rolls on, including things like added features.
At the moment, Nine to Five features two maps and three different game modes with variations. There’s currently a limited number of weapons compared to existing games, but 19 isn’t a bad number to start with. In addition, the game already features several armor sets with varying loadout options.
Players who decide to pick up Nine to Five now will be able to carry their progress over when it officially goes live. For those who participated in alpha testing or Friends & Family, the dev team has prepared some additional rewards, which can be accessed using a code delivered by email.
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