Loadout and Gear Guide in Ready or Not
Hey there, RoN warriors! Ready to amp up your game? You’re in the right spot. We’re diving into the best loadout tips to keep you one step ahead in Ready or Not. Let’s roll!
1. Picking Your Primary Weapon
First up, primary weapons. When it comes to choosing, rifles (carbines) are your go-to. Sure, SMGs and shotguns have their cool points, but when you’re facing armored baddies, you need that extra punch. And that’s where assault rifles come into play. They’re like the Swiss army knife of guns – versatile and powerful.
Think about where you’re heading. Tight spaces? Go for a compact rifle. Most of the action happens up close, so something like the G4A16 or G36C will be your best friend. But hey, the MK18 and ARWC are pretty awesome too!
2. Weapon Attachments: Make It Personal
Attachments are where you get to show your style. Optics? The Holosight EXPS3 is a clear winner for seeing things better. Muzzles? The SFMB Brake won’t let you down. And for the underbarrel, it’s a toss-up between a handy flashlight and the cool laser + night vision goggles combo. Pick what suits your game!
3. Sidearm Selection
Secondary weapons are all about what feels right for you. Not using a shield? Then load up on ammo for your primary. Any pistol does the trick, but something with a bigger mag like the Five Seven could be your ace in the hole.
4. Choosing the Right Head Gear
Headgear is no joke in RoN. Expecting a face-off? Grab a ballistic face shield. Heading into the dark? Night vision goggles paired with a laser will light your way. And don’t forget the gas mask for those pesky CS gas rooms.
5. Body Armor: Finding Your Fit
Body armor is all about balance. Kevlar keeps you light on your feet but trades off some protection. Ceramic is the middle ground – good defense and still lets you move. Steel is like a tank, super protective but slows you down. Most times, ceramic is your safest bet.
6. Armor Plate Carriers: Your Shield in Battle
Pick your armor – stab vests, light armor, or heavy armor – based on what you need and the protection level. Stab vests are niche but handy with a shield. Light armor works for most missions, but if you can handle the extra weight, heavy armor gives you the best defense.
7. Ammo: Choose Wisely
Ammo choice is key. Hollow points are great for soft targets, while armor-piercing rounds are a must for the tough guys. Don’t overpack – balance is key. Armor-piercing is usually your best shot, especially with armored foes around.
8. Tactical Gear: Be Smart, Be Prepared
Don’t overlook the Mirrorgun – it’s a game-changer for scouting. Breaching tools like shotguns, rams, and C2 charges open up options. Shields are great for team play, but they can get murky after a few hits. And never forget the door wedges – they’re super handy for controlling the scene.
9. Extra Gadgets: The Cool Stuff
Consider packing a taser for those who try to trick you – it’s non-lethal and, honestly, pretty cool. Pepper spray works too, but tasers have that extra zing. With these tips, you’ll be ready to take on any mission in RoN. Adapt your gear to fit the mission, and always have your team’s back. Good luck out there – you’re gonna rock it!
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