Step into the boots of a SWAT officer in the tactical first-person shooter from VOID Interactive. The game is still in its Early Access phase, but many are already showing interest in a Ready or Not console release. Will we be seeing Ready or Not on Xbox consoles or PS5?
Though Ready or Not takes place in the fictional city of Los Suenos, California, it puts a lot of emphasis on the realism of in-game mechanics and interactions. It’s set during the modern day and even has a map where you respond to a stream-swatting incident.
So, let’s see if we will be getting a Ready or Not console version any time soon. You'll find everything you need to know below.
Will Ready or Not come to consoles?
No, unfortunately Ready or Not won’t be coming to consoles any time soon.
That’s unfortunate for console gamers, but don’t lose hope just yet. VOID Interactive has shown interest in releasing the game on consoles since they do recognize the demand for it. They even touch on the subject in the official Ready or Not FAQ page.
However, when Ready or Not might actually arrive on consoles is anyone’s guess at this point.
It might be difficult for them to port Ready or Not's complex controls over to a controller. For example, the game requires quick mouse movements to aim, which is something that is difficult with an analog stick.
Ready or Not minimum system requirements
Since you won’t have a choice but to play Ready or Not on PC for the foreseeable future, you might as well check whether or not your rig can run the game. Here are the minimum requirements to play Ready or Not.
- OS: Windows 10 64-bit
- Processor (AMD): AMD FX-6300 or Equivalent
- Processor (Intel): Intel i5-4430 or Equivalent
- Memory: 8 GB
- Graphics card (AMD): AMD Radeon R7 370 2GB or Equivalent
- Graphics card (NVIDIA): NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 2GB or Equivalent
- DirectX: DX11 Compatible video card or equivalent
- Storage: 50 GB
And that’s the info we have on Ready or Not coming to consoles. If you’re still on the lookout for a co-op first-person shooter available on consoles, Payday 3 might be worth checking out. Also, take a look at Payday 3 crossplay.