Scouring moons for scrap for the profit of a nameless company is a ton fun, even if you and your friends die a few dozen times along the way. In this guide, I’ll go over whether you can get Lethal Company on PS5, if you want to get cozy while you get spooked.
Can You Play Lethal Company on PS5?
With the horror title taking off on Twitch and more YouTubers shooting their clout shot with Lethal Company, gamers of all creeds want to give Lethal Company a shot for fun and profit. Heck, I did. I bought it after I watched two of my favorite content creators and their crews play the game.
If you’re not a PC gamer, though, you’re out of luck. Lethal Company isn’t on PS5, PS4, or Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S, and it hasn’t been announced for a console release by solo developer Zeekerss. Considering the game has been in early access on Steam for less than a month and still has a long way to go until it’s in a finished state, it isn’t likely to make its way to consoles anytime soon. It’s very possible that it won’t at all, though it almost seems like money left on the table to not eventually give PS5 Lethal Company a release date.
If you have a PC and you just don’t think you can run it, you might be surprised. Lethal Company has some very low system requirements, asking for only a GTX 1050 at minimum. I know a friend is playing it using an even older 900-series GPU, too, so you may be able to get by with even less.
With that, I’ve answered whether you can get Lethal Company on PS5. You can’t just yet, and you probably won’t for a long time, but it’s easy enough on its system requirements that most computers today should be able to manage playing it with no problem. Should you get one to play the game? No, but don’t exclude it as an option if you have one available. Check out some of our other Lethal Company guides here on GameSkinny.