Three-way Shooter Nine to Five Gets Free Steam Demo Next Week
Redhill Games' tactical shooter Nine to Five is in a limited-time beta right now, but you can check it out for yourself next week when the game is free to play on Steam as part of the Steam Next Fest.
The free demo runs from June 16-22 and includes all the "core gameplay hooks" of the 3v3v3 PvP shooter, including new weapons and armor. Matches take place over a series of three rounds, and the game claims that it's "as much about outsmarting your rivals as it is outgunning them." We'd guess that being able to shoot accurately is still a big help.
If you were in previous betas, you can check out the list of changes that have been made since the last testing period on the Nine to Five site. These include a new weapon, the Merlin LMG, as well as general weapon, armor, and item balancing and sound improvements.
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