Ready or Not controller support – does Ready or Not have controller support?

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Ready or Not controller support

Fans of the FPS genre are starting to gravitate toward the tactical shooter from Paradox Interactive. Though most shooting game fans are comfortable playing with a mouse and keyboard, some are looking into Ready or Not controller support. Since the game will not be coming to consoles, playing it with a controller is probably the next best thing.

Ready or Not takes place in modern-day America, and the missions usually involve neutralizing threats, rescuing civilians, and the occasional stream swat call.

The Ready or Not controller support situation might be a dealbreaker for you if you're still on the fence about getting the game, so let’s go ahead and take a closer look.

Does Ready or Not have controller support?

No, Ready or Not does not have official controller support at the moment.

But in the Ready or Not official FAQ, VOID Interactive has stated that we can expect to get controller support as the game approaches its official release.

That being said, players have still found ways to play Ready or Not with a controller.

How to play Ready or Not on a controller

Since Ready or Not doesn’t have official controller support just yet, you’ll need to do a bit of setting up before you can enjoy the game. Here’s what you need to do.

  • Plug in your controller and open Steam.
  • Head to your Library and select Ready or Not.
  • Click on Controller Layout.
  • Click on your current layout which should be displaying the controller that is already connected to your PC.
  • Open the Community Layouts tab near the top of the window.
  • Click on a layout to view its button mapping.
  • After you find one you like, hit the Apply Layout button.

Once that’s all done, you should be able to play Ready or Not with a controller. If you’re using anything other than an Xbox controller and Steam is having trouble detecting it, you may need to install a third-party program like DS4Windows to help.

And that’s it for Ready or Not controller support. If you’re looking to play a similar game that lets you play on the other side of the law, try checking out Payday 3.

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