Ready or not the studio stated that the planned “school shooting” level did not cause disagreements with the publisher

When we first saw it in 2019, we liked the SWAT-style shooting game Ready or Not we saw. It is set in a crumbling and corrupt near future in the United States. Its gameplay is inspired by the original Rainbow Six and the SWAT series to challenge players to “resolve hostile and confrontational situations.” At the time, it was expected to be released near the end of 2020, but it debuted in Early Access on December 17 this year.

However, a few days later, the developer Void Interactive announced that it had parted ways with the publisher Team17. “Void Interactive and Team17 have mutually agreed that Team17 will no longer publish Ready or Not,” the studio wrote on Twitter. “We believe this is the right path for Ready or Not in the future. We thank Team17 for their partnership and wish them great success in their games field!”