What is the Ready or Not player limit?

Ready or Not player limit

Ready or Not player limit

Though VOID Interactive’s SWAT-themed shooter will have a story mode, its main focus right now is multiplayer. There will be a Ready or Not player limit when grouping up, so don’t go inviting all of your friends to play just yet.

In Ready or Not, you get to form a group of SWAT team members to take down dangerous criminals, defuse bombs, and answer stream-swatting calls around the fictional city of Los Suenos.

So, just how many people can join your team of elite law enforcers before you reach the Ready or Not player limit? Let’s find out!

What is the Ready or Not player limit?

The player limit in Ready or Not is capped at a maximum of 5 players per match for both solo and co-op play. However, with the use of mods, this limit can be increased to 16 players or more.

One of the best Ready or Not mods is the In Game Menu mod by RareKiwi lets you add up to 16 players to your lobby. You can get the mod either via the in-game mod browser or from Nexus mods.

To increase the player limit, press the M key twice to display the mod's UI. Then, click on In-Game Menu under the Settings tab to display a list of options that include Player Limit and Player Count Max.

Does Ready or Not have a PVP mode?

No, Ready or Not does not have a PVP mode in its current state.

But that will change after the game’s official release. The game’s PVP mode was available for a brief period during Early Access, but it was removed after negative feedback.

Since then, the developers have been focusing on the co-op and single-player modes for Ready or Not as they try to fix the buggy PVP. The game’s official FAQ page states that any news regarding the status of PVP will be announced through their social media channels.

So that’s it for the Ready or Not player limit. While you’re here, you can also check to see if Ready or Not will be available on consoles.

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