Ready or Not is an incredibly addictive Shooter for Windows, which many players have fallen in love with. The developers have created an incredibly realistic SWAT operations simulator, with a huge number of tactics, weapons, and advanced AI. And in this guide, we will tell you how to install and uninstall Mods for Ready or Not.
How to install mods for Ready or Not
Installing Ready or Not Mods is very easy. You only need to follow a few steps:
- To get started, download the Mod you want on NexusMods and unzip the downloaded archive.
- Open Steam and right-click on Ready or Not.
- Click on Properties > Select Local Files > Browse.
- In the window that opens, open the Ready or Not folder.
- Open the Content folder. In it, you will find the Paks folder, which is the place you will transfer unzipped Mod files.
The Mod will be installed right after you transfer those pak files into the folder. Run the game, and you’re good to go!
How to uninstall mods for Ready or Not
If you don’t like a mod that you installed, you can “uninstall” them by simply deleting the pak files you added. Don’t forget to close the game while you do so.
Mods for Ready or Not
While playing Ready or Not, you will be able to use many different weapons and equipment. Of course, the game has room to grow, especially because VOID Interactive is very encouraging of players to create various Mods.
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Fans have already created many different Mods for Ready or Not. Most of them add new weapons and equipment to the game. But some Mods change locations, sounds in the game, and so on. Moreover, the number of Mods is constantly growing, so you can definitely find a couple for yourself.
In fact, here are some Mods you should try out:
All Weapons Unlocked
This mod, created by R18GDVA, unlocks all currently functional unlicensed weapons in the game. It also equips players with Night Vision, helmets, and body armor by default. As its name implies, it basically makes every weapon and useful gear available all the time. That’s pretty much explained by its ridiculous name.
Vest Retexture Fix
This mod, created by LewdSCP1471, fixes vest materials so that reskin mods can work with vests properly, including for all officers. It makes all SWAT vests tan by default, but players can install and use other mods to change how the vests look.
Better Enemy Behavior
This mod, created by Carlitox25, makes it easier for players to survive enemy encounters by slowing down enemy shooting time as well as slightly reducing their accuracy. Enemies will now take a longer time before they could fire their guns at you, and if they ever do, those bullets are less likely to hit you. This mod, in effect, is a nerf to in-game enemies.
Terrorist Hunt Game Mode
This mod, created by MoeLow, does the opposite of the Better Enemy Behavior mod above. It is designed to give players a challenge by increasing the number of suspects at any time, increasing awareness so they will always stay alert, enhancing suspect performance in firefights, and increasing the chances that doors will be open at the start of the game so enemies can target you as early as possible. It does remove most civilians and increase health across the board, however.
Neptune Spear by Scones
This mod, created by sconez, adds a map that is based on the Neptune Spear operation in Abbottabad, Pakistan. The mod also includes an option to increase the maximum number of suspects: 15 for barricade mode, and 30 for raid.
That’s all you need about installing and uninstalling Mods for Ready or Not. Follow our tips and guides to make your game even better. And while you are here, take a look at our guide on how many people can play Ready or Not.
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