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Can My PC Run Lethal Company? Recommended Specs

Let's hope it's not Lethal to your PC.

Lethal Company feels like the talk of the town when it comes to multiplayer shenanigans with friends, but you need to know if you can run it before you play it. Here’s the recommended specs for Lethal Company on PC.

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Is My PC Powerful Enough to Run Lethal Company?

While we would normally need to do a lot of guesswork, the power of Steam gives us a good indicator into who can and can’t run Lethal Company. The site lists the minimum and recommended specs for the game, which you can find below:

    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system.
    • OS: Windows 10.
    • Processor: Intel Core i5-7400 CPU @ 3.00GHz ; Shader Model 5.
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GForce GTX 1050.
    • DirectX: Version 11.
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection.
    • Storage: 1 GB available space.
    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system.

Through this, we can glean that Lethal Company will run on most modern machines. The most important parts of this list, the CPU and GPU, were released anywhere between 2016-2017. If you’ve built a PC around then or any sooner with modern, affordable parts, then there’s a good chance the game should run fine for you. Otherwise, you may not get something playable.

How to Check if You Meet the Recommended Specs

If you’re not sure of how to check your PC specs, there are a few ways to do so. The easiest by far is to check your Task Manager. To open it, right-click the Windows icon in the bottom left and select Task Manager. This will open up a new window. From there, select the Performance tab and check the CPU and GPU tabs. Here, you should see what you have for both slots listed. Compare those to the recommended specs above, and if they’re at or better than the performance, you’ll be good to go.


The game isn’t graphic intensive at all and doesn’t seem to be unoptimized. If either of these two things concern you, you should be good to go.

FPS Tweaks to Boost Performance in Lethal Company

Getting low performance in Lethal Company can be a huge detriment to gameplay, as you’re often making split-second life-or-death decisions. First and foremost, we highly recommend updating your graphics drivers. This is one of the best ways to boost FPS in any game in general. Secondly, make sure you adjust Lethal Company’s few graphical settings to your liking. You should cap FPS at 30 if you can’t maintain a steady 60.

Finally, if all else fails, try reinstalling the game. If that doesn’t work, it’s time for a PC upgrade, my friend. Given that the game runs on the vast majority of rigs, an upgrade for it shouldn’t be costly at all.

We’ve got your back for questions like “can I run Lethal Company with my PC rig?” and many more. If you’re just getting into the game, check out our guide on all the monsters you’ll encounter in Lethal Company.

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