Lethal Company is a co-op game about scavenging scrap at different moons to sell to the Company. The ‘co-op’ aspect of it is probably the funniest, as the game allows you to hear your friends’ horrified shrieks over the radio as they get strangled to death by the monsters that inhabit said moons. Really, you have to be there to get it. However, currently, the game only allows four players to play together at a time. This is why you might be wondering if there is a Lethal Company mod that allows you to enjoy the experience with more players. The more, the merrier, right? Well, as it turns out, the community came through, and there are a handful of mods for this purpose thanks to them. So if you want to play Lethal Company with more than four people, consider reading this guide, as we have listed all the mods required to do so.
Lethal company mod for more players: How to install & use (Download link inside)
There are a couple of mods available to make Lethal Company support more than four players, but these mods come with some dependencies. Dependencies are other mods that are required to run a specific mod. Take a look below for detailed steps.
BiggerLobby by bizzlemip –
The BiggerLobby mod made by bizzlemip allows up to 20 players to play Lethal Company at once! The mod has a couple of dependencies you will also need, which you can download from here (BepInExPack) and here (LC_API). However, according to a note from bizzlemip, they will no longer be developing this mod, so it might break in the future. Worry not, though; they have also said they will be handing over development to a trusted modder (or modders)!
MoreCompany by notnotnotswipez –
The MoreCompany mod by notnotnotswipez has now been updated to accommodate up to 32 players at once in the game! However, since it was designed with 8 players in mind, the UI modifications will not work for more than 8 people. If that sounds okay to you, you can download the mod dependency from here.
Although we have provided the individual download links above, we highly recommend using a mod manager like the Thunderstore mod manager or r2modman by ebkr that makes life easier. Mod managers like these allow the user to add, remove, and edit their mods via a user interface (UI) instead of having to manually deal with files and folders. Unless you know what you are doing, we recommend sticking to mod managers like these.
Keep in mind that you have to install the mods and their dependencies for them to work in-game. If you have successfully modded the game, you should be able to see ‘Mod’ displayed in the bottom left corner of your screen upon launching the game. Anyway, if this guide provided you with all the information you needed, be sure to check out Android Gram for more such content. Also read: Lethal Company Bee Hive: How to steal it?