If you want to engage in some tactical battles, you will not be playing one on PC this weekend, but two different shooters.
We had a little chance to thank the independent tactical shooter for two free weekend alignments. Beyond the Wire will host a free weekend on Steam, and the public beta of Nine to Five is also being broadcast live.
Beyond the wire It is a large-scale WW1 shooting game of Redstone Interactive. The game entered Early Access in October and recently received a free update, which added new factions, new maps and various new weapons. In addition to the 100-player battle of “Wire Transfer”, it also tried to reproduce the cruel performance of the First World War, which represented the claustrophobia of fighting and the horror of crossing open terrain.
This creepy entertainment is heavy on authenticity, although it is not without some gameplay adjustments to make it interesting. The game is currently available for free on Steam until Monday, May 24, 10 a.m. EST, 1 p.m. EST, 6 p.m. UK. During the same period, it was also sold at 35%.
Nine to five It is a game we introduced before, and it has a completely different view of the tactical shooter. The game settings include three teams, each team consists of three players, responsible for their own schedule. The competition is divided into three stages, and the decisions you make in each stage will directly affect the settings of the subsequent stages and may determine the outcome.
Although most tactical shooters emphasize gun battles and weapon control, “Nine Point Five” hopes that smarter games and solid tactics will prevail in the game. It does this through a series of constantly changing goals that require strategy and planning, not twitch shooting skills.
Since the closed beta of the game, the developer Redhill Games has made major changes, and the before and after videos above make it look like a brand new game. Since the game has not yet been released, you need to request permission to access Beta on Steam, but you should be invited shortly. You must try it before Monday, May 24.
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