Exciting Updates Unveiled in Lethal Company's Latest Game Patch
The newest update for the game Lethal Company is loaded with thrilling features, yet one shines brighter than the rest, particularly for those adept in the art of in-game scavenging. Dedicated players will be pleased to learn that the patch introduces novel methods to record and celebrate their looting prowess.
A standout addition is the introduction of replayable challenge moons. These will appear as weekly challenges with identical random seeds for every player. The loot you amass during these challenges will be recorded, and at the end of each day, your haul will be uploaded to a leaderboard. This enables you to measure your accomplishments against those of fellow players.
In a blog post, developer Zeekerss mentions that the introduction of this feature serves more as a way to foster a common experience among players rather than ignite fierce competition. Zeekers is also titillated by the unpredictability of future moons, acknowledging that some will inevitably present tougher scenarios than others, and even veterans will find themselves tested.
But the excitement doesn't stop at challenge moons. Zeekerss also details the addition of a novel corridor to the factory map. Rather than creating completely new maps, the focus is on diversifying the current indoor layouts with additional rooms. To further tailor the player experience, a new server tagging system will be rolled out for public game lobbies, simplifying the process of locating games with particular criteria.
Tweaks to existing creatures will also roll out. The thumper, for example, will flaunt smoother animations and more consistent acceleration patterns. Post-impact sprint speed has been slightly increased, though it will pivot more slowly at peak velocity. The bunker spider is set for a speed increase when it's nearly out for the count, and the span of its web-collision has also been expanded. The hulking forest giants are now less inclined to linger close to the ship after pursuit, and the conspicuous footfall noises of coilhead creatures have gained a boost in volume. Nutcrackers can shift marginally while taking aim, a behavior triggered by repeated attacks on the same target, and the jester now requires a lengthier interval before starting its crank mechanism.
With other minor bug fixes implemented, this patch promises to enrich the Lethal Company experience significantly. And while Zeekerss hints at even more captivating updates in Version 50, including fresh creatures and varied maps, the developer also hints at potential delays due to significant life changes. For now, players will await further announcements with bated breath.