Huh, for me the comedy in the Scream films is even more overt than in Ready or Not. But they share a sort of black humor, so getting the Ready or Not team on a Scream film actually makes a lot of sense. I'm looking forward to it. And I'll be surprised if Brian Tyler doesn't reference the thoroughly established franchise theme(s). He did on the Rambo and Final Destination sequels he scored (and maybe others?)
I do love the comedy in the Scream films (well, most of it). But once Ghostface calls or shows up things get dead serious and thrilling. Whereas in Ready or Not, even the suspense scenes were comedic. Snarky puns and comments while fighting etc. It has more of a "superhero comedy" humor, which is something I dont want to see in a Scream movie.
None of my points includes Scream 3 though. Which really was comedic all the way. Kinda like Ready or Not, lol