Ready or Not hits full release this month

Ready or Not

Developer VOID Interactive has announced Ready or Not is finally leaving early access this month, and hitting full release.

Their tactical first-person shooter is leaving early access for PC (via Steam) on December 13th, and will be priced at $49.99.

“From the beginning, we always envisioned Ready or Not to tackle realistic cases. We haven’t shied away from designing missions that paint a vivid reality of [the worst of] what SWAT forces deal with,” said Stirling Rank, COO and Lead Developer at VOID Interactive. “If you are looking for an intense gaming experience, that challenges you on the world you know – Ready or Not will offer an unforgettable playthrough.”

“Ready or Not is already a fantastic tactical FPS, building out an extensive fanbase from our release into Steam Early Access,” said Julio Rodriguez, CEO of VOID Interactive. “With Ready or Not approaching 1.0 release, the team has brought to audiences an incredibly meaningful new franchise to the FPS genre, that satisfies a player-driven need for realistic and immersive gameplay.”

Here’s a rundown on the big 1.0 release:

Leaving Early Access with a massive 1.0 update, players will be able to dive deep into the immersive single-player campaign – Commander Mode. The 1.0 release update significantly expands the number of missions, completely overhauls prior missions, and offers much more additional content, customizations, and quality of life improvements.

In Ready or Not, players take on the role of a Los Sueños Police Department SWAT commander dispatched to defuse various high-risk scenarios including hostage situations, active bomb threats, barricaded suspects, and more.

At launch, Ready or Not features:

  • Commander Mode: A full, immersive single-player mode offering an insight into the high-stakes reality of SWAT officers.

  • 18 single-player or online cooperative missions with up to five players, from hostage situations to bomb threats and more.

  • Dozens of options to customize a player’s entire SWAT team including armor, weapons, apparel, and more.

  • Immersive tactical gameplay, full flexibility of approach, and authentic equipment that SWAT teams utilize in the field.



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