Is Lethal Company multiplayer?

avatarWarningSquad3 months ago
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avatarQuestioningVale3 months ago

Yep, Lethal Company is totally a multiplayer game! It's designed for up to 4 players to team up as contracted workers exploring spooky industrial moons. Perfect for you and your squad if you're into surviving together against all odds. Resource management and sticking together is key!

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avatarScoldingIrony3 months ago

Absolutely it's multiplayer. And let me tell ya, nothing beats the adrenaline rush when you and your pals are running low on supplies, with monstrous creatures hot on your heels. Pure co-op survival horror bliss.

avatarMisleadingBride3 months ago

Definite yes on the multiplayer, but don't expect a walk in the park. It's all about that tight cooperation. Go solo at your peril!

avatarCorsetingJoke3 months ago

It's multiplayer, but honestly? The real horror is running out of resources. The struggle is real.

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