On the hunt for information about the different Lethal Company monsters? We've got you covered.
Lethal Company has skyrocketed in popularity as the latest survival horror title that's caught the attention of gaming fans across the world. While you and your squadmates attempt to reach quota, you'll encounter a wide range of different monsters that could bring your game to an early end.
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Lethal Company monsters list
There are two different categories of Lethal Company monsters. They're based on where you're likely to find them as you explore the world and collect scrap in order to hit your targets. So without further ado, here's the full Lethal Company monster list.
These monsters spawn within the Moon's facilities. If you've managed to obtain a Shovel or a stop-sign, you can eliminate these monsters with a few well-placed hits:
- Hoarding Bugs
- Snare Fleas
- Bunker Spiders
- Spore Lizards
- Coil Heads
- Ghost Girl
- Bracken / Flower Men
These Lethal Company monsters roam around the moon during the day and stay away from the facilities. The majority of them are completely harmless unless you choose to provoke them:
- Circuit Bees
- Baboon Hawks
- Roaming Locusts
The Lethal Company monsters that fall into this particular category are the hardest to eliminate. Appearing after 6 PM in-game time, be aware of your surroundings if you're looking to survive:
- Forest Giant
- Earth Leviathan
- Eyeless Dogs
There you have it, that's all of the known Lethal Company monsters so far. As more are discovered. we'll be sure to update the guide with everything you need to know about the creatures roaming the facilities and the outdoors.
In the meantime, check out our gaming page for all the latest news, guides, and reviews. Plus, we talk you through how to best the Flower Man, and the Bracken monsters, and whether you can play Lethal Company solo.