Ready or Not payers have been struggling for a long time to get the coveted S rank for each map. Even though it might seem hard, it’s definitely not impossible. There are quite a few things to know about how to get an S rank, so buckle up. Here’s how to get S rank in Ready or Not.
Rank System in Ready or Not
Ranks are the grades you get after you finish a map in Ready or Not. After finishing a map, you are graded based on a points system. Any important action you take in the game, such as completing mission objectives or reporting suspects will add to your score.
With the game still being in early access, and the developers’ ranks not fully explained yet, many players struggle with getting the S rank.
If you want to get better at the game or are looking to get into speedrunning, this information is something you should definitely know.
How to Get S Rank in Ready or Not
The most important thing you need to know about getting an S rank on Ready or Not is that each map has its own point system and objectives.
If you want to get high ranks, especially S or A+, you’re going to need to pay attention to the objectives and complete most of them. If you want the S, you need to complete all of them.
Another very important tip is to never use lethal weapons on enemies if you want to get an S. Even if they attack you or fake surrender, you should still try to arrest them without using lethal force. You will NOT get an S rank if you kill even one of the suspects.
We highly recommend creating some loadouts without lethal weapons.
What you need to accomplish to get the S rank depends on your map, but most have the same general goals:
- Complete all mission objectives
- Report all suspects (Not kills)
- Report all civilians
- Secure all the evidence
- Report all dead bodies
- Disarm all traps
- Have no officers injured at the end of the level
Getting the S rank will require a lot of trial and error on all maps, so don’t get discouraged if you fail a couple of times. There are a lot of factors you need to keep track of like enemy positions, traps, where the civilians are being kept, etc.
It will also require you to have knowledge of quite a few mechanics in this game: