All Lethal Company Moons – Ranked

Which Moon should you land on first?

A crewmate holding a torn stop signpost in Lethal Company
Screenshot by Prima Games

Knowing which moons to pick when deciding where to land in Lethal Company is rather important, so we’ve done the dirty work for you. Let’s find out where you should spend your time rummaging for different scraps.

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Below, you’ll find our picks for the best moons that you can play through in Lethal Company, alongside our thoughts on why they’ve landed where they have. While our list is personal perspective while exploring the many Moons available to us, there may be some wiggle room for them to move around as updates continue to come out for this exhilarating multiplayer experience.

How To Select Your Moon In Lethal Company?

To select the Moon you’d like to visit, you must access the Terminal. That means that players hoping to play with a controller may need to bust out the keyboard to get full access to the game. Once you have accessed the Terminal, you’ll want to type the word MOONS into the box, bringing up the full list of available Moons. Now, let’s determine which Moons are worth your time and effort.

D-Tier Moons in Lethal Company

These are going to be some of the easiest moons that you can encounter during your journey in Lethal Company, so if you’re looking to get used to how the game plays or just want to have a low-stakes adventure through the Solar System, you should land on these particular bodies first.

  • Experimentation
  • Vow

C-Tier Moons in Lethal Company

You’ll start to encounter more hostile presences when you decide to land on these particular globes, so you’ll need to be on your toes and prepared for anything. While weather and environmental changes like Eclipsed may put them higher on the list normally, these are going to be some of the more challenging maps when you’re first starting out.

  • Assurance
  • Offense

B-Tier Moons in Lethal Company

Now, we’re starting to cook with gasoline. These maps offer a tremendous difficulty-to-profit ratio, putting you up against some of the more horrifying creatures you can encounter and offering a fair number of opportunities to earn some serious cash. If you want to get the Pajama Suit quickly, consider using these Moons as your muses.

  • Dine
  • March

A-Tier Moons in Lethal Company

You may need to ask yourself if you’re ready to take on the challenge of this particular Moon before you land on it because you’ll come to find that it is much more difficult than anything you have encountered before it. You’ll also need to pay in if you’re hoping to visit it, so you know you’re in for the adventure of a lifetime if you land on this one.

  • Rend

S-Tier Moons in Lethal Company

The best of the best. Not only will you find the most horrifying creatures here, but you can also find the most scrap to sell off when you land here. For a reason, it’s an S+ Hazard rating, so you’ll need to be prepared for anything. Make sure that you’ve found out how to get the Zap Gun before you land on this particular planet.

  • Titan

If you’re eager to jump into Titan and earn plenty of extra cash, you may be interested in knowing if you’ll be banned from the game by bringing along some extra players using the Bigger Lobby Mod. You can find out more information about Lethal Company by checking out our section below, and find out why this multiplayer title is taking the internet by storm. Be ready for anything, and get ready to explore the massive worlds before you.

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Shaun Cichacki

As a fan of RPGs, Action & Retro titles, Shaun has been gaming since he was a young boy. With an overwhelming obsession involving Metal Gear Solid and Pizza Tower, you know you're in for a wild ride when it comes to things he's writing about.