Mods are a great way to change the experience in PC games. While Lethal Company is a game that likes to throw surprises your way continually, you can also mod it to make your next session even more memorable. Whether it is a simple cosmetic change or altering the way the game works, there’s a mod for just about everything you could want. Here is a list of the 10 best Lethal Company mods you should consider installing.
Top 10 Lethal Company mods
Considering that one person makes Lethal Company, we are not going to harp on it for not being the most appealing game we have ever seen, but if you want more visual setting options, you can download this mod. Extra settings you can mess with include resolution, anti-aliasing, fog quality, and more.
If your group likes to reliably have a person stay on the ship and monitor the team’s progress, you can download Helmet Cameras to make them more useful. With this, they can see what people inside the facility are seeing and make faster choices to teleport people out. It lets the ship person feel more directly linked to what is happening.
LateCompany is a super simple mod that hopefully will be addressed in the main game in the future. It simply allows you to invite friends into the game after you have started it. You no longer have to restart your lobby if a friend disconnects or wants to join.
Late Game Upgrades
If you and your group are routinely getting far in your runs, you may want to consider Late Game Upgrades. If you keep hitting a point where you have more money than you know what to do with, you can spend it on new items in here that make you more powerful, replace a dead friend, or even collect samples from dead monsters. Given that these are very expensive items, the mod is recommended for players who have nearly mastered the game.
A pretty beefy content mod, LethalThings adds a bunch of new items to the game in the form of scrap, items you can buy from the store, and more. Want to walk into the facility with a rocket launcher? How about a device so you can manually open locked doors in the facility instead of messaging the ship? Lots of things to change the experience here.
Usually, Lethal Company is a game that can only house four employees at a time. However, if you have a larger friend group, you should download the MoreCompany mod and load up your ship with employees to go searching for loot. The extra players in the game have little impact on the stability of the game, with most aspects of it running pretty smoothly.
If you want more room to carry more loot in the facility, you can download this mod to make a dedicated slot to the side for your flashlight. There’s also an additional one dedicated to walkie-talkies. Both mods only work with those items but make it much easier to manage inventory without these key items getting in the way.
Another pretty simple mod that hopefully can be addressed in the main game in the future. ShipLoot adds a small UI showing you the total value of scrap on your ship, letting you know how you are looking towards meeting your quota without having to count everything up on your own manually.
The various monsters in Lethal Company are terrifying on their own, but with this mod, they can trick you. The mod will record you and your friends’ voices and have the monsters play them back to trick you into feeling safe when, instead, you are walking into danger. One of the more misleading and inventive mods out there.
Walkie-talkies are a pretty important item for getting information between team members, but it can be annoying having to pull them out of your inventory to use them. With this mod, you can easily use the item by pressing a key and talking.