Lethal Company Peaks At Almost 180,000 Players

The game appears to be closing in on the 200,000 mark.

Story Highlights

  • Indie co-op horror game, Lethal Company, has reached a new all-time peak of 178,234 players.
  • The title became a top seller and achieved a peak of 115,000 players last week.
  • Lethal Company is currently available in Early Access on Steam.

The latest indie co-op horror title, Lethal Company, has reached a new all-time peak with 178,234 players in the last ten hours. This milestone was achieved just a little over a month after its launch, with over 80,000 users currently in-game according to SteamDB statistics

Lethal Company surpassed 178,000 players, reaching a new all-time peak.
The game surpassed 178,000 players, reaching a new all-time peak.

Lethal Company is a survival game based on scavenging for scrap, created by solo developer Zeekerss. The title has received an overwhelmingly positive reception following its launch with over 72,000 user reviews on Steam. A whopping 98% of those reviews are positive, with players praising the gameplay loop among other things.

Just last week, the game managed to gather 115k concurrent players and become a top seller on the platform. Fast forward to today and it’s closing in to 200,000 users. Whether it will reach that mark or not is anybody’s guess but this accomplishment, by an indie game, appears to send a message to the corporations in the modern gaming industry.


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In an era where companies are constantly locked in a race to make the most revenue with the least amount of effort via live service, launching games with a “release now, fix later” mentality, and investing an astronomical amount of resources and money in development leading to industry-wide price hikes, Lethal Company shows what games are actually about.

Lethal Company
Lethal Company

It’s often talked about whether the game industry needs to go back to square one due to how volatile this ecosystem has become. Massive investments raise the risk factor of doing business, leading to layoffs or even studio closures in the event of a product that doesn’t perform.

With the advancements in technology picking up the pace, indie games may go on to rival AAA development in the future. That said, its continued success shows that you don’t necessarily need to bank on those things to make a product that sells.

Lethal Company launched on October 24, 2023, in early access for PC.

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