Important Security Announcement
23 February 2021
23 February 2021
Join the Nine to Five Beta Weekend on Steam, running from February 11-15!
Life just got easier: Nine to Five gets its very own Steam page!
I know, your mother always told you not to play with guns, but we’re asking you to . . . ummm . . . play with Guns!
As you might know, we’ve recently announced a new series of Closed Tests, that will help us test experimental ideas with a select group of players. We’re excited to reveal that the first test will start on September 17 and will mainly focus on player movement, a new revive system, team cooperation in round 3, and gunplay.
We at Redhill are excited to announce the Nine to Five Closed Tests, a new series of short and experimental tests where we share raw development builds with a select group of players and listen to their feedback.
We want to thank you for playing Nine to Five in Closed Alpha with us. We are humbled by the response and the amount of constructive feedback we’ve received.
This closed alpha is an important step for Nine to Five. We at Redhill are proud of what we have to offer, but we know it is far from done. Hopefully you can already see where we are going, enjoy it and see the potential. Your input is crucial in getting from this “work in progress” stage forward, and we would love to hear it.
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.
It’s time for the Nine to Five closed alpha! We hope you enjoy this early version of Nine to Five as much as we have developing it. Just to be clear on what to expect: this is very much a work in progress, and the game has some rough edges that we continue to work on smoothing out.