Steam’s New Viral Horror Hit Reaches 100,000 Players At Once
Halloween may have come and gone but for one Steam horror game it seems the season remains haunted!
Lethal Company first hit early access this October and since has seen rapid success – reaching 100,000 concurrent players almost immediately and its all-time peak peaking at over 115,000 just yesterday!
Developer Zeekerss shared this exciting milestone via Twitter by proclaiming it, stating “While I was sleeping, Lethal Company passed 100,000 concurrent players!” and offering their thanks via releasing updates for this game – this announcement came alongside a screenshot from SteamDB to demonstrate all these impressive statistics!
Co-op horror game Scavenge at Abandoned Moons to Sell Scrap to the Company tasks players with “scavenging at abandoned moons and selling scrap to the Company for cash”. Use what money you earn scavenging other moons that may offer new and exciting loot; alternatively use it towards purchasing fancy suits or decorations for their ship.
Due to your goal being met, don’t stray too far from it, yet do take time out for exploration of the world and animal spotting (add them to your bestiary!). But be wary of any dangers as well – trust in your crew members as guides towards reaching the destination safely!
Lethal Company has become an internet sensation due to its simple concept. Currently rated “overwhelmingly positive” on Steam, one review perfectly sums up this experience: “My friend was slowly being murdered while all I could hear over my radio were his horrified screams for help,” they wrote in response. Nonetheless, we met quota….10/10.”
With Lethal Company becoming such a massive hit, I don’t expect this co-op horror title to fade from view anytime soon.