Ready or Not is a realistic tactical first-person shooter set against a backdrop of political and economic instability in the United States. You are in the boots of a judge and an elite SWAT commander tasked with defusing tense, hostile situations in a morally bankrupt city.
Void Interactive prioritizes reality - its goal is to make the game as realistic as possible. That's why they have consulted with police teams globally to create rules of engagement and a scoring system that is both challenging and realistic. To push the bar further with realism, “Ready or Not” models ballistic penetration, ricochet, kevlar, and plate dynamics, as well as projectile expansion and momentum. All this extra work shows how important it is for the developers to make the game look and feel realistic, and they want to make players feel the real SWAT experience.
Less of a shooter? No worries, there’s a vast strategic aspect in the game. Before a mission, you can always organize an approach and strategize through floor plans and mission briefs, then execute the task in real-time. Officers can decide to deploy with items such as ballistic shields, door rams, tactical ladders, and much more. SWAT units can also enlist personnel to assist with the situation, including sniper teams and negotiators. Team leaders command a single-player smartly-designed team of AI officers with an onscreen command interface. A player can also use this system to yell for compliance at suspects and civilians.
Bring order to chaos online with friends through a tactical cooperative experience, lead a crack team of AI-driven SWAT members in a solo, story-rich campaign, or battle a rogue organization in a harsh and competitive multiplayer environment. There are five game modes so far: Barricaded suspects - where your goal is to rescue civilians and detain suspects, Raid - where you have to raid enemies while being ready for many firefights. Active shooter - where your mission is to take out a threat before he takes away too many lives of innocent people. Pretty self-explanatory bomb threat, rescue civilians, disable the explosive, and lastly hostage rescue. This one is the most strategic. You have to locate and rescue hostages and eliminate enemies.
There’s access to over 60 unique items! The player is given the tools to tackle any situation. The right combination of weapon optics, muzzle modifications, magazine types, and foregrip variations provides an officer the edge in combat. Alternatively, load up with plates and heavy armor to prevent a quick end at the expense of agility. Officers can also personalize their unit with team-specific patches and uniforms.
Do you get what it takes to be a SWAT team leader? Try your leadership skills out on Ready or Not, which you can buy for the best possible price on gamecamp.gg