Ready or Not is an enjoyable and exciting game. Even though it’s a terrific game, there are times when it can be a little unpolished. Fortunately, tons of really awesome Ready or Not Mods are available that soften those edges or add something fresh and exciting. While you can count on these awesome mods, it can be frustrating when you fail to win. If you want to improve your chances of winning, here are some tips that’ll help make you an expert player!

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Practice Randomness

Ready or Not is a tactical first-person shooting game. Therefore it’s important never to let your opponent know what your next move is going to be. One way of doing that is by practicing randomness. So, try to practice randomness in your head, body, and voice for other players not to be able to predict what you’ll do next.

Use Your Voice to Keep Others Informed

Voice chat is a great way to keep your teammates informed about your situation, and the presence of voice chat in this game helps you do just that. To use voice chat, choose a channel and type in what you want to say. The channel can be changed anytime by hitting the "V" key. You can also mute players if they’re annoying or distracting you from the task.

Make Use of Door Wedges

Building a Door Wedge is one of the best ways to ensure you have a great first round. It's easy to build and can help you win.

To build a Door Wedge, you need:
  • Three Sticky Bombs (or four if playing in the third room)
  • One wall piece from the door frame in each room (one per door frame)
To stick it all together, place a sticky bomb on the floor in front of any door in any room and then detonate it.

Know How to Use the Low Ready Feature

In Ready or Not, the Low Ready feature is a new addition to the game. This feature can be used when you’re in a tight spot, and it's especially useful if you're in a room with multiple doors. When using the Low Ready feature, your character will go into cover and crouch down behind whatever object is nearby. You can then pop up and shoot at an enemy before they have time to react.

Low Ready also works well when there are no doors in sight—in these situations, your character will crouch down behind an object while keeping their gun aimed at where they think the enemy might come from next.

Finally, if there's only one door into the room, but multiple enemies are behind it waiting for someone to come through it, you can also use Low Ready here! Your character will go into cover inside their room so that they're out of sight until one of their teammates opens up fire on whoever came through first. This allows your team member(s) some extra time before having any contact with rival players through a doorway.

Learn From Your Mistakes

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One of the best ways to improve in Ready or Not is to learn from mistakes. Don't let mistakes make you feel bad. Instead, try not to repeat the same mistake repeatedly, and rather learn from them and move on. Don't let mistakes make you feel like a bad player either, because everyone makes mistakes, even professional players! All of us just need to learn from them if we’re to improve our game.


We hope these tips have helped you improve your performance in the Ready or Not game. Check out some of our guides on our website for more tips and tricks.​