Ready or Not is a game released on December 2021 on Early Access developed by Void Interactive. Void Interactive made this game intending to appeal to a tactical shooter gamer market. Players have a more tactical approach in their gameplay where teamwork, communication, and intel collection matter.
Ready or Not appeals to this audience by introducing slow and realistic movement and strict gunplay. Moreover, players must care about recoil and rounds in the magazine, checking friendly fire, providing accurate intel to the team, and more. With an Industry where games like Ready or Not are almost extinct, it’s great to have a few developing companies showing some love to this audience.
One of the many game modes Ready or Not offers players is Bomb Threat. This game mode can be one of the most challenging ways to play Ready or Not as there is limited time to complete the mission. This article will cover what Ready or Not maps bomb threat can be played on, the best gear to use, and many insightful tips to complete these missions.
Overview of Bomb Threat Game Mode in Ready or Not
Bomb Threat offers players a more tense and challenging experience by adding a time limit of 3 to 5 minutes to defuse the bomb. This game can be challenging as players can no longer take their time safely clearing room by room. In this game, speed and precision are essential as players must rely even more on their senses to clear a space and find the bombs.
Players must also worry about hostiles that might or might not comply, so using lethal force is necessary. Another task in Bomb Threat is to rescue as many civilians as possible to get a high score.
Tips for Beating Bomb Threats in Ready or Not
This game mode is about time, so grabbing lighter armor to benefit movement speed is a good idea, but it will make players more vulnerable to gunshots. Moreover, players won’t have as much time as in other game modes to clear the room, so a good tip is to bring as many tactical grenades as possible to clear rooms quickly.
Bring weapons with good mobility and fit for CQC, such as the ARN-18, a powerful compact Assault Rifle, or a shotgun to help neutralize enemies as quickly as possible.
SMGs aren’t great in this game, as other compact assault rifles can easily replace them while being more effective due to the higher caliber.
Bringing a shield can be helpful as players need to clear more rooms with less intel.
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How to Play well with Bots
Bots can be challenging to play with, but we have assembled some great tips to help you beat the bomb threat game mode in Ready or Not.
Bang and Clear
Equip the bots with as many tactical grenades as possible so you can order them to throw them inside a room a clear it fast while you look for the bombs.
Bots Take Care Of Bots
Order your bots to restrain and report civilians and suspects while you search or defuse a bomb
A good idea is to bring a ballistic shield that can help you protect yourself from gunfire while the bots clear the room and you search for the bomb.
Solo Gameplay Tips
Ready or Not doesn’t currently offer a Solo mod. Thankfully there is an easy workaround to play solo; Players just need to order the bots to stay on the spawn, and they won’t interfere with anything on the mission.
Sunscreen And Bulletscreen Will Keep Your Face Soft And Healthy
As a solo player, you are more vulnerable when trying to defuse a bomb threat in Ready or Not. Therefore, make sure you bring a Ballistic Face Shield to protect your head from bullets. This will allow you to pop out and survey your foes more easily.
A Ballistic Shield To Watch Your Back
A Ballistic Shield (or the rescue shield in Ready or Not) is a tool that will slow you down while equipped, but while not in use, it will stop bullets coming from behind. This Shield can be very helpful while defusing the bomb, as you will be vulnerable.
Let There Be Light
As you will need to move fast without no one watching your back, make sure to nade every room, especially if you believe there are enemies inside. This way, you will increase your chances of survival when clearing a room/
Beating Bomb Threat in Multiplayer
Ready or Not does have multiplayer. The best way to play Ready or Not is by teaming up with friends or other like-minded individuals online. Executing complex takedowns is a lot of fun when done right. Yet, working with humans instead of bots presents its own set of challenges as well.
Communication Is Everything
Make sure you and your team communicate every piece of intel available to prevent casualties. This is good advice for all gameplay modes, not just bomb threat in Ready or Not.
Have assigned roles. For example:
- Player 1 is on searching and defusing tasks. This player can also be assigned to grab evidence and restrain enemies and civilians.
- Player 2 is a riot shield providing cover to player 1
- Player 3 is always on the rear, watching back
- Player 4 is on constant offense tasks clearing rooms and enemies.
Bring The Right Equipment
Before starting a Ready or Not bomb threat match, ensure everyone has suitable guns and helpful equipment for the whole team.
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Watch Your Fire
This tip is for Bots and Multiplayer. Making sure you don’t hit friendlies is essential because, in the best-case scenario, even if you don’t kill them, they will be affected for the rest of the match.
Maps With Bomb Threat Available
Ready or Not offers several maps where this game mode is available. Void Interactive claims to be currently working on new maps and blueprints in Ready or Not.
- 4U Gas Station
- Wenderly Hills Hotel
- Caesar’s Cars Dealership
- Port Hokan
How To Finish a Bomb Threat Mission
Never forget to press TAB to make sure all the objectives got completed.
End Of Raid CheckList
- All evidence is secured
- All bombs got defused
- No more enemies around (Bring order to chaos objective completed)
- Secured all civilians
- Reported every KIA, injured and restrained enemies and civilians to HQ
Once the bomb threat mission is done in Ready or Not, a Solo player can end the task or start a vote to finish it if playing multiplayer. For more information on how to accomplish this, check out our guide on how to finish a mission in Ready or Not.
Void Interactive and its publisher, Team 17, have appealed to this community with a fantastic first-person, tactical shooter game with game modes like Bomb Threat that require more tactical and slowed-pace gameplay.
Hopefully, this guide will help you succeed in your Bomb Threat Mission in Ready or Not. For more insights into how to beat other game modes, check out our comprehensive guide on how to play all Ready or Not mission types.
If you are interested in other Ready or Not topics, feel free to check our other guides for this game, including our guide covering all of the best attachments in Ready or Not and how to use them effectively.
Good Luck, and Stay Frosty!