Lethal Company PC Requirements

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Lethal Company PC Requirements

We’ve outlined the Lethal Company PC requirements to help you get the idea of whether you can run the latest indie horror hit on your computer.

The dystopian horror hit has met with overnight success with a super-high player count on Steam. Developed by one person, Lethal company follows the footsteps of Phasmophobia and reminds us of another hit game involving goofy astronauts, Among us. It’s an amazing title to play with your friends, and the success of the game already proves it true to be true.

The game requires players to look for scrap to sell while being hunted by several nightmare-fuel horror-inducing monsters. From giant spiders to eyeless dogs, the game has all monsters to maybe, just maybe, keep you awake for the night. We’ve specified the minimum hardware required to run the amazing horror-survival game in this article down below.

The PC requirements for this goofy astronaut including horror-game are listed below, and we’re pretty sure you’ll have a good time playing it, whether you own the latest gaming rig on the block or the dusty “gaming’ laptop that you bought 7 years ago. The file size of this game is the bare minimum, and the rest of it includes the simple barebones graphics that almost any PC with a considerable enough video card would be able to run.

Lethal Company PC requirements

Here are the minimum system requirements specified by the developer on the game’s official Steam page to run Lethal Company on your PC.

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system.
  • OS: Windows 10.
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-7400 CPU @ 3.00GHz ; Shader Model 5.
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GForce GTX 1050.
  • DirectX: Version 11.
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection.
  • Storage: 1 GB available space.

There are no recommended specs to run Lethal Company yet. If your PC/laptop has better hardware than what is pecified above, you can expect better performance but the visuals of the game are capped at the certain limit. We don’t expect the game to become graphically intensive over the next couple of months(or years) so you can finally chill the hell out.

The developers haven’t specified any RAM requirements for the game, but based on the simple graphical nature of the game, and the overall storage space it takes up, we suggest 4GB should be the bare minimum you require. However, having a RAM stick of atleast 8GB should also be sufficient enough to run the game without any stutter.

The game doesn’t require you to run it on an SSD. Just a 1GB of disc space on your HDD is fine, and should work. The game is developed by one single developer, and the game is expected to get updated regularly. To install several other mods developed by the community to make the game more interesting, you might need slightly better specs than the minimum requirements listed above to enjoy the game free of any stutters.

Lethal Company enables the player to collect scrap and items, and sell it to a company. All of this action happens while boarding a specific moon, where each moon has its own terrain and scrap, and it’s own fair share of monsters. Some moons are hard to play in and require some skill and teamwork to defeat the monsters, while the rest can be played if you’re new to the game.

To have a decent experience at 60 FPS with all the graphics cranked out at the maximum settings possible (the game isn’t very graphically demanding), you’ll atleast need a GTX 1660 video card or higher. AMD users need to ensure their gaming rig has atleast an RX 580 or 590 to enjoy the game.

However, many users with much older specs than the ones listed above have claimed to run the game pretty decently, so all in all, you don’t need a hi-fi gaming rig to enjoy the indie horror hit with your friends. Any moderately decent PC from the last decade should be able to run it just fine (and we mean really, really fine).

Check out the rest of the Lethal Company content and guides on how to deal with all the monsters and more, here on ESTNN.

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With a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication, Sid has been writing about Esports since 2016. In times of crisis, Sid finds solace in movies and making art. Also, chocolate!