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Nine to Five: Which is the Best Weapon and Armor Tier List

Nine to Five’s vast weapon and armor collection may appear overwhelming for newbies, which is why weapon and armor lists exist.




In Nine to Five, you will need the most powerful weapon to help you quickly take down enemies and make your game progress faster. Even though your gameplay will mostly depend on your skill and familiarity with the game, having a powerful weapon by your side is still a game-changer.

This article will talk about the best starter weapons and armor that can help you adjust as you start your journey in-game.

Which is the Best Weapon and Armor Tier List in Nine to Five

Since Nine to Five offers a lot of weapons and armor, players who are new to the game might have a hard time choosing. You must know the weapon’s stats and which sets are currently used in the meta. To make things easier, we have gathered some of the best starter weapons and armor that can help you get accustomed to the game in no time.

Weapons & Armor

Check out the list below and see which one of these weapons best suit your playstyle.


ML-CR (Assault Rifle)

Damage – 40

Magazine Size – 24

Aim Stability – 50%

RPM – 560

Critical Multiplier – 1.35

Optimal Range – 28

Reload Speed – 68%

Sound Reduction – 25%

Old Patchy (Assault Rifle)

Damage – 54

Magazine Size – 24

Aim Stability – 33%

RPM – 400

Critical Multiplier – 1.25

Optimal Range – 30

Reload Speed – 69%

Sound Reduction – 15%


Damage – 27

Magazine Size – 25

Aim Stability – 55%

RPM – 810

Critical Multiplier – 1.3

Optimal Range – 18

Reload Speed -73%

Sound Reduction – 35%

The Chancellor (Shotgun)

Damage – 13

Pellets Per Shot – 14

Magazine Size – 8

Aim Stability – 20%

RPM – 150

Critical Multiplier – 1

Optimal Range – 25

Reload Speed – 61%

Sound Reduction – 5%

The Mile High (Sniper Rifle)

Damage – 125

Magazine Size – 6

Aim Stability – 20%

RPM – 60

Critical Multiplier – 1.1

Optimal Range – 55

Reload Speed -70%

Sound Reduction – 10%

Secondary Weapon

Mister Nine (Pistol)

Damage – 38

Magazine Size – 10

Aim Stability – 40%

RPM – 325

Critical Multiplier – 1.35

Optimal Range – 18

Reload Speed -74%

Sound Reduction – 35%

Armor Sets

Level IIIA ML2 Body Armor

145 durability

2 item slots (Health and Safety) (Lethal Grenades)

1 Auto-support System slot

Sneak and Peek “Trapper” Grade Armor

120 durability

2 item slots (Tactical Grenades) (Traps and Tripmines)

3 Auto-support System slots

Mr. Mayhem “Smart Casual” Grade Armor

145 durability

2 item slots (Special Ops Grenades) (Lethal Grenades)

2 Auto-support System slots

ALSO READ: Nine to Five: Beginner Guide | Everything You Need to Know

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Overwatch 2: Is the Battle Pass Worth It | True Cost of Battle Pass

Does the battle pass for Overwatch 2 live up to its cost?





The Overwatch seasons last two months and for every season there is a battle pass that includes various rewards, such as character skins, weapons, etc. The battle is an important asset of every online shooter game since it helps players to upgrade their game and characteristics.

The True Cost of The Overwatch 2 Battle Pass | Is the Battle Pass Worth it

There are two tiers of the battle pass, one that is free, and one which is premium. The free tier includes the following items: Kiriko (available at tier 55), 2 Legendary skins, 2 weapon charms, 2 souvenirs, 1 Highlight intro and 15 additional items such as sprays, emotes etc.

How long does it take to get to level 55?

When asked how long does it take to unlock all the heroes, commercial lead Jon Spector said:

“The reason why we put Kiriko at tier 55 instead of 80 on the free track, is that we really want our players to unlock all the characters, we are not trying to put them far out of reach or make it really hard for the typical players out there.”

Jon Spector

If you are a more hard-core player, and your goal is to unlock Kiriko as fast as possible you are able to reach that milestone in the first few weeks. If you are a casual player, you would be able to reach Kiriko a little bit later, but well before the season ends.

The True Price of the Premium Battle Pass

The second one, the premium battle pass is richer with loot, with immediate access to Kiriko, and other heroes, a battle pass boost of 15%, a mythic skin, 5 legendary skins, 2 epic skins, 3 play of the game intros, 4 weapon charms, 3 emotes and souvenirs, 6 poses and name cards, 8 player icons, 11 voice lines and 12 sprays.               

It costs 1000 Overwatch coins which is the in-game premium currency. You can either earn that currency with in-game challenges or you can buy it with real-life money. Note that the challenges are limited and you can earn up to 540 coins per season if you complete all the challenges.

So, you would need to complete all challenges for two seasons to earn a battle pass. 500 coins are worth $5, and 1000 coins are worth $10. If you do the math, you would come to the conclusion that you would need to spend money to get the premium battle pass.

If you play regularly, and complete challenges earning those 540 coins per season, it means that you would have to pay 30$ per year to unlock all premium battle passes from all the seasons.

If you buy the premium battle passes you would spend $60 a year, which is not much but for the average player who is playing a free-to-play game, it’s not really bad because the game doesn’t lock all the heroes so it is possible to earn all the heroes through the free battle pass tier, although you would have to put a lot of time in the game.

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