Video Game Updates & Patch Notes

Lethal Company’s Latest Update Introduces Challenge Moons, v47 Patch Notes

Weekly Challenge Moons Add Replayability and Shared Experiences for Players

The cooperative horror game, Lethal Company, has just released a new update to keep players on the edge of their seats. The highlight of this update is the introduction of “Challenge Moons,” a feature that offers gamers a fresh and replayable experience every week.

Challenge Moons are unique weekly events that present players with randomized starting credits and names, along with increased scrap. The fun twist? The outcome of these Challenge Moons is not just about personal achievement; they are designed to foster a sense of shared experience among the Lethal Company community. Players can see their final day’s profit on a leaderboard, but the developers emphasize that this is more about sharing experiences than fostering competition.

You can find the patch notes below:

Lethal Company Version 47 Notes

– Added replayable challenge moons
* These are weekly moons that use the same random seed for everyone, based off the current week using the UTC time zone. The profit you make at the end of the challenge day will be uploaded to a leaderboard so you can compare your efficiency to your friends.
* The challenge moons also have randomly generated names, increased amounts of scrap, random starting credits, and other randomly tweaked properties.
* The point of this is less for competition and more to give us all a shared experience. It will also give even the most seasoned employees a challenge; I have no idea what moons will be generated for the months to come, but some of them will surely be crazier than others.
* If you’re using a modded client, turn off all mods to guarantee you get the same moon as everyone else.
– Position of random lightning strikes, the destination of the inverse teleporter, contents of gift boxes, and the precise positions of scrap items are now deterministic and based off the random seed.

– Added the server tag feature for the public lobbies list. Type in a tag exactly to filter by servers that were created with that tag.

– Added a new type of hallway to the factory map type.
* For now I’ll continue to add more rooms and variety to the current indoor map types, rather than adding new map types.

Changes to existing enemies

– The thumper’s movement has been reworked so its animations and acceleration should be more consistent.
* The thumper speeds up slightly faster after being hit, but its turn speed drops off more reliably when it reaches high speed.
– The bunker spider now becomes slightly faster when it is almost dead.
– The bunker spider’s webs have a slightly larger collision radius.
– The forest giant is more likely to leave the ship alone after chasing a player near it.
– Slightly increased the audible range of the coilhead’s footsteps.
– Made nutcrackers able to move slightly while aiming
* They only do this if they’ve fired at the same person several times
– Made the jester take longer to begin cranking

– Added a new journal entry
– Modified the bunker spider file to patch some confusing continuinity

– You can now take a small amount of damage when falling from a slightly lesser height.
* The height damage increases are intended to make verticality feel more important; for example I felt Titan’s return trips were too simple for its level of reward.


– Fixed an issue introduced in the previous version where landmines instantly exploded when touching them, rather than waiting for players to step off.

– Made shovel collisions more consistent; you can now hit enemies around corners and nearby objects without it blocking the shovel.

– Fixed an issue which occurred when the masked enemy was interrupted while converting a player, which could result in the player becoming stuck or unable to move their mouse and sync position to other players
* Prevented a case where the masked enemy could create dozens of duplicates of the same player if that player was somehow not allowed to die, resulting in chaos

– Fixed an issue where items were incorrectly considered as being


the ship by the host if a player walked


the ship with them and didn’t drop them (and vice-versa).
* Spray paint should now always disappear from the moon when you enter orbit
* Items from gift boxes should always stay on the ship when it moves

– Prevented a case where players could take the same item out of a gift box infinite times if it somehow was not able to be despawned

– Decreased the chance of gift boxes to spawn and removed Christmas decor from the item ship. The old item ship music is back.

– Fixed an issue where placing the extension ladder in the cupboard and then moving it would cause the ladder’s colliders to become enabled even when holding them, which resulted in erratic movement.

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Amie Gammons

A huge fan of puzzlers. Would love to experience the world and takedown on every single and upcoming game title. In the free time love to sing, follow recent game rumors and try to decrypt them in the best possible way.

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