A fan-made VR mod for Lethal Company is out now, so you can fully immerse yourself in your work for the Company.
The mod, from DaXcess, is compatible with multiple headsets and adds hand movement and motion-based controls.
It’s also integrated into the game to work seamlessly with both VR players and non-VR players in the same lobby.
Powered by Unity’s OpenXR, players can use Oculus, Virtual Desktop, SteamVR, and more to use the mod.
There are special additions to the controls too: spray paint shaking and shovel/sign swinging through motion controls.
If you’re keen to try it out yourself, download the mod from Thunderstore or GitHub and check out the video below.
Eurogamer’s VR expert Ian has already given it a go and found setup pretty easy — especially with this YouTube tutorial.
«I’ve only played solo for a couple of minutes so far, but it really feels like Lethal Company was built for VR. Making my way through the creepy corridors with flashlight in motion-controlled hand was even scarier than in flat because it felt like I was actually there,» said Ian.
Lethal Company is definitely having a viral moment, though be warned it’s full of spiders. If that’s an issue, you can always use the arachnophobia mode which has a novel approach to removing those deadly critters.