- A VR mod for Lethal Company has already been released. It was created by the notable modder DaXcess.
- It can be experienced in VR without the major caveats. Other players do not require the mod to play with you.
- The mod allegedly works with official servers and only affects the gameplay for the player using it.
A VR mod for the multiplayer horror Lethal Company is finally out in only a few months since the game launched. LCVR has been created by the prominent modder DaXcess, and it works for a slew of headsets without an issue. It adds full 6DOF VR support into the game, including hand movement and motion-based controls for immersion. Players can now relive the heart-wrenching scary moments all over again, now with added realism.
— DaXcess (@daxcess) January 13, 2024
DaXcess explains that the new Lethal Company mod is “compatible with multiplayer” and works without issues with VR and non-VR players in the same lobby. Consequently, using the mod without having a VR headset still has merits, as it will let you see the arm and head movements of any VR players in the same round. It integrates well into the game, like offering a virtual keyboard to use in-game terminals and rays to access the menu.
LCVR will mostly be compatible with other mods, but there is a possibility that it will still conflict with a few other prevalent mods in the community. The modder has whipped up a whole compatibility sheet that lists all the mods that can be used alongside the VR one, making it easier for gamers to pick and choose as per their desires. The VR mod trailer features a few snippets from the gameplay and shows the terrifying atrocities in all its glory.
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Lethal Company released in early access for PC on October 24, 2023. It went viral in the gaming scene and rose to fame only a month after coming out. Therefore, the top Steam seller soon garnered 240,000 concurrent players after a steady climb. All the countless hilarious moments have also earned it the “Better With Friends” award by Steam, a major achievement for a game that has yet to arrive with all the planned features.
eXputer’s Muhammad Haris Umer has reviewed the multiplayer horror with an impressive 4/5 score. It earned recognition for featuring addictive gameplay and retro-futuristic visuals that stand out. Before heading into one of the moons to collect scraps, we suggest reading our Lethal Company best weapons write-up to stand the best chance against bizarre anomalies.
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