Here’s their official reveal:
Ready or Not is a spiritual sequel to SWAT 4 and its predecessors. Unlike most shooter titles which like to focus on action, Ready or Not simulates real-life hostage situations. This will force players to choose between action and non-violent tactics.
Team 17 has had many successful indie titles under their belt. These include co-op games like Overcooked and Moving Out, and the promising Early Access shooter, Hell Let Loose. With Team17’s background, fans suspect that their partnership with Ready or Not will lead to improvements on their most awaited co-op mode.
Chris Coates, head of Team17 studio had this to say about the partnership:
Ready or Not is currently headed to PC and previous gen consoles like the PS4 and Xbox One. This team-up with Team17 could mean that the game could also mean improvements for current-gen consoles like the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S.
Then again, that’s just speculation.
For more information on Ready or Not, you can check VOID’s official site here.
No release date has been set for Ready or Not. For more titles, check out our list of upcoming PS4 multiplayer games.