You may require save files and config files to do a number of things in Ready or Not. You can change graphics, modify files to tweak in-game changes, and override certain in-game settings via the actual files.
In this guide, we will see where they are located and how the game saves the files for you. We will also see what to do when these files get corrupted, so keep on reading.
Ready or Not – Save File and Config File Location
Finding save files
Ready or Not saves your progress automatically at certain points in the game. For example, completing a mission or doing an achievement progress will save the game. However, if you want to manually access your save files, they’re typically located in the following folder:
- Windows: %LOCALAPPDATA%\ReadyOrNot\Saved\SaveGames
- Mac: ~/Library/Application Support/Unity/ReadyOrNot/Saved/SaveGames
- Linux: <Steam–folder>/steamapps/compatdata/1144200/pfx/
How To Save Manually in Ready or Not
- Open the Options menu by pressing the Esc key (Default).
- Select”Save Game”.
- Choose a save slot and name your save file with the suitable name.
Config File Location in Ready or Not
There are two main type config files you’ll likely be tinkering with in Ready or Not:
- Engine.ini: You can change graphics, gameplay, and audio from here.
- Game.ini: You can change behavior, difficulty, and map options from here.
Both files are located in your
You can open them with any text editor, such as Notepad or Notepad++.
Here’s a quick overview of what you can tweak in each file:
- Graphics: You can change resolution, anti-aliasing, shadows, and textures.
- Gameplay: You can change the field of view, mouse sensitivity, and movement speed.
- Audio: You can tweak master volume, music volume, and sound effects volume.
- AI: You can adjust AI behavior and other things related to AI like spawn rates, aggressiveness, and pathfinding.
- Difficulty: You can tweak the overall difficulty of the game, as well as the difficulty of individual enemies.
- Map options: You can make changes and tweaks like starting equipment, objectives, and win conditions.
Here are some examples of what you can edit in each file:
- To disable film grain, add the following line under the
- To increase the draw distance, add the following line under the
- To make the AI more aggressive, add the following line under the
- To give yourself more starting ammo, add the following line under the
That is all the information I had to share on how you can locate the Save and Config Files for Ready or Not.
Thanks for reading!
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