Ready or Not is an intense first-person shooter game that we feel does an excellent job of capturing SWAT gameplay. It’s a very realistic game where a plan is needed to succeed. In order to do that, we’ve prepared for you all of the current Ready or Not map blueprints to help you make your plans and stage your assaults.
Ready or not is a new release and one of the latest entries into the realistic FPS genre. It currently only comes with a few maps, with a bunch of them are on their way. Yes, we are happy about the confirmed new maps on the way but sadly, old ones are getting upgraded/reworked as well. So, here we are going to talk about the current Ready or Not map blueprints and shed some detail on them.
All Ready or Not Map Blueprints
Most of the time, you might find yourself in an unusual situation because of new maps in the game but we got your back. Here are all the Ready or not Map blueprints along with an explanation of these maps. There are a total of 10 maps, out of which 8 maps are available. Along with that, most of them are being reworked from scratch.
Now let’s talk about them each in detail (with accompanying blueprints).
Detailed Ready or Not Map Blueprints:
Wenderly Hills Hotel
So, this is a hills hotel where you get to enjoy three floors. We will provide the maps for each floor separately, below. This is a really great map and is one of the best to play due to a large amount of complexity and multiple paths that you can take through each floor.
The Wenderly Hills Hotel features a large map having a reception, café, foyer, main hall, gift shop, Ricky’s bar, W/C. storage, Laundry, kitchen, pantry, telephone room, Atrium, security office, office, and much more on just its 1st floor. You can plan multiple simultaneous paths through this Ready or Not map with your team. Alternatively, you can all stack up and try to clear it together. Choices like that make this game great!
On the 2nd floor, you have rooms ranging from 401 to 408, while laundry, stairs, and more are found here. This floor is much smaller than the first, but be careful when clearing rooms, as you may be in for a surprise!
On the 3rd floor, there are hidden rooms along with an elevator, living room, kitchen, dining room, bathroom, balcony, and bedroom. Some things may be slightly different as the maps in Ready or Not get updated with reworks. However, we will do our best to stay on top of any map changes and will keep this post updated.
The penthouse level of the hotel expands the map over the previous levels with even more rooms to clear and a more complex layout. It’s a great top-level for this map!
In this map, there are levels instead of floors. In the first level, you get a small and basic structure. Level B is not yet known because of development, but there are storage, depot, and spike room available. Lastly, in the last Level which is C, you have some complex mechanisms. It’s under development so you need to for them (and then us) to get proper blueprints out.
Blueprints forLevel B
Caesar’s Car Dealership Map
So, the Ready or Not map blueprint for the Caesar Car dealership is not confirmed, but it is a medium-sized map. It comes with a lot of hidden mechanisms, with the most complex being at the center. There are large rooms on the right and bottom of the map where you can easily move around. But at the center or top and left side, you will have complexity because of small rooms and hidden places.
Gas Station Level
Not as complex as other maps, but a fairly decent map coming with places for you to hide. Yes, the Gas station has a lot of locations in which you can camp while having open space around the borders for you to enjoy open gameplay.
213 Park Homes Map
Who doesn’t like that open map in the FPS games? Well, 213 Park Homes map is an open and separated map. There are 3 to 4 divisions on the map that you can enjoy. Coming with left too long center divisions, there are open spaces. On the right, there are two divisions so that you can easily maneuver around the map without any worries.
Ready or Not Map Blueprints Summary
Now that we have all the available details on the Ready or Not map blueprints, there are a few things to note. First of all, the game is relatively new and exceptionally tactical. It’s even more tactical and realistic than Rainbow Six Siege. It means, most of the things are under rework or development. Secondly, only a few maps are available for you to play but keep in mind that these few things will surely be worth your free time. At least for the time being, unlocking content in Ready or Not is not yet required. You can play all of the multiplayer content immediately.