Lethal Company, a co-op horror game, was released on Steam Early Access in October and has already proven to be a significant popularity with the community. Steam has an almost infinite amount of horror games for fans of the genre to check out, but the vast majority of them are single-player experiences.
Co-op horror games are uncommon in general. However, some significant co-op horror titles have appeared on Valve’s digital marketplace in the past.
Phasmophobia, a ghost-hunting game in which players collaborate with their friends to investigate haunted areas, is one of the most renowned co-op horror games on Steam. Those looking for more classic survival-horror games to play in co-op on Steam can check into Obscure since both the original and its sequel are readily available on the site.
Fans of horror games looking for a new co-op horror experience have something new to play, with the horror title Lethal Company making waves in Early Access. At the time of writing, Lethal Company had “Overwhelmingly Positive” user reviews and was one of the top ten best-selling goods on Steam.
Call of Duty and Counter-Strike 2 are presently selling higher than Baldur’s Gate 3, Valve’s Steam Deck portable, Risk of Rain Returns, War Thunder, ARK: Survival Ascended, EA Sports FC 24, and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. Lethal Company is available on Steam for $9.99, so curious horror fans may give it a try without breaking the bank.
What is Lethal Company?
Lethal Company allows up to four players to pillage abandoned facilities on different moons. Players can either stay on their ship and lead their partners through the facilities by following their progress on a terminal, or they can go exploring together.
Lethal Company challenges players to collect as much precious stuff as possible and return to their ship before nightfall when the game’s roster of dangerous monsters emerges.
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Players have a range of equipment to utilize on the job, and success means earning money that may be used to advance to more difficult moons or buy cosmetic items.
Many fans have responded positively to Lethal Company’s gameplay loop, and one has to believe that this is only the beginning of its popularity boom. As the game progresses toward its eventual final release, horror game players can expect frequent updates that improve the experience and include new material.
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