Lethal Company is a smash hit on Steam, but is the co-op survival horror game coming to consoles? Here’s what you need to know.
Horror fans likely already know about the incredibly popular co-op horror title Lethal Company, but even those who are just scrolling through YouTube’s trending page will likely know about the game. It’s taken the indie PC gaming scene by storm and shows no signs of slowing down. So, it’s no surprise that console players want in on the action. Whether you’re a PlayStation, Xbox, or Switch owner, we don’t blame you for wanting to play the game. Below, we explain whether it is coming to consoles or not.
No, there are currently no plans to bring Lethal Company to consoles, including Xbox, PlayStation, and the Nintendo Switch. The game is currently an Early Access title exclusive to PC via Steam. It is not available anywhere else and will likely not be ported to other platforms, at least until it has left the Early Access phase.
Fortunately, Lethal Company isn’t particularly difficult to run on PC due to its low system requirements. As a result, console players who may not have the best PC setup don’t have to worry about not being able to run it. Additionally, the game is extremely cheap on Steam, costing only $9.99/£8.50.
Of course, it is possible that the game will eventually come to consoles. Similar games, such as Phasmophobia, have either come to consoles or been announced for consoles. The developer frequently posts on X (formerly Twitter), so if an announcement about console ports were to be made, it’d likely be there. That’s everything there is to know about Lethal Company on consoles. For more guides just like this one, be sure to check out our Games Hub.