How to Beat Titan Moon in Lethal Company

The ultimate challenge for the Titans.
How to Beat Titan Moon in Lethal Company
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Titan is currently the most difficult Moon to beat in Lethal Company and is reserved for the best of the best employees of the Company out there. You might be deceived by its looks, but it’s not easy to beat. Let’s see how you can beat the Titan Moon.

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How to Get into the Facility on Titan Moon in Lethal Company

Getting into the Facility on Titan is the easy part. Getting out alive with sufficient scrap isn’t. Once again, do not be fooled, and don’t overstay your welcome.

How to Reach the Main Facility Entrance on Titan Moon in Lethal Company

Right as you jump off the ship, you will see a small light beacon. It leads you to a long staircase that you must climb to reach the Main entrance to the Facility. It’s basically impossible to miss.

How to Reach the Fire Exit Entrance on Titan Moon in Lethal Company

The Fire Exit is just a few seconds of sprinting away from the Main entrance to the Facility, which is beautiful and allows you to better plan your scrap hauling logistics. You can access it by going via the main entrance stairs and then turning left, or by using the stairs which are located close by. You’ll get there by running to the left for a few seconds (while hugging the wall). Pretty simple.

How to Survive Titan Moon in Lethal Company

It may look like an in-and-out operation to you, but Titan Moon is the most difficult Moon right now for a reason. Getting inside it is easy, but getting back after the night falls is far riskier than one would think. Don’t think about jumping off to take a shortcut, fall damage has been fixed.

The Outside

Eyeless Dogs come in 2 out of 3 runs on Titan. You’d better get a Boombox to lure them to the top of the stairs so that you can jump off around them as they climb and stroll down your safety. Forest Keepers show up in roughly one out of four runs, and Earth Leviathans are rare (under 4%)

The Inside

The Inside of the Facility looks like the Industrial variant you’ve already gotten used to by now. However, this Facility is the biggest there is, and most enemies will spawn right here, at Titan. Inside the Facility on Titan, you will face the following enemies:

  • Jester (~13%)
  • Nutcracker (~13%)
  • Bracken (~11%)
  • Bunker Spider (~10%)
  • Coil-Head (~10%)
  • Snare Flea (~10%)
  • Thumper (~10%)
  • Hoarding Bug (~7%)
  • Mask (~5%)
  • Ghost Girl (~5%)
  • Hygrodere (~3.5%)
  • Spore Lizard (~3%)

Strategy for Titan Moon in Lethal Company

You need to be well-trained and well-equipped for a successful raid on Titan Moon. Why? Because your skills will be tested to their limits. As mentioned above, the biggest number of enemies can be found within the Facility on Titan. Also, due to the huge size of the Facility, you might want to bring a Spray Can so that you can mark certain parts of corridors to prevent getting lost. Pressure is on you to get a lot of Scrap and justify the cost of travel to Titan, so good luck!

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Nikola L
Nikola has been a Staff Writer at Prima Games since May 2022. He has been gaming since being able to hold an Amiga 500 joystick on his own, back in the early 90s (when gaming was really good!). Nikola has helped organize dozens of gaming events and tournaments and has been professionally attached to gaming since 2009.