Lethal Company: A List of All Terminal Commands
While exploring the hark hallways of Lethal Company as a full group is full of chaos and fun, players can expect more success by having one person in the group stay behind on the ship. Much like superheroes, to have effective expeditions in the moons of Lethal Company, players can benefit from having a ‘guy in the chair’ who handles the Terminal and the communication devices of the game. The terminal is a vital tool in Lethal Company, used for multiple purposes from selecting which moons you explore, to using the store to buy upgrades for your teams. Let’s take a look at the extensive use of the terminal and all commands available in Lethal Company
How to Access the Terminal
To access the Terminal, players need to approach it and press 'E' to interact with it, both in orbit and on a planet's surface. Purchases are advised in orbit, and players can exit the Terminal at any point by pressing 'TAB.'
List of Terminal Commands:
Displays a list of available commands, serving as the starting point for players.
Reveals every moon available for travel, complete with hazard levels. Players can plan expeditions based on this information.
Opens a menu of survival items and ship upgrades. Players can purchase items, including ship upgrades and cosmetics, by typing the item name in the Terminal.
Compiles entries for creatures encountered, providing insights into their behaviors, weaknesses, and lore. Players can access information about a monster by typing its name in the Terminal.
Manages ship interior efficiently by allowing players to pick up furniture and send it to storage with a simple command.
Enables or disables the main monitor’s cam, pivotal for monitoring teammates' positions and activities in the lobby.
Switch [Player name]:
Allows players to switch the main monitor to a specific player, aiding in opening secure doors and teleporting corpses back to the base.
Ping [Radar booster name]:
Emits a noise from the radar booster, providing valuable situational awareness in vast landscapes.
Provides information about the number of items on the map and their total value.
[Unique Identification Code]:
Deactivates turrets and opens secure doors with the unique identification code.
Opens a menu of log entries for lore enthusiasts. Players are required to find the log entries out in the map to read them in this menu.
Includes miscellaneous commands for radar boosting, door, and turret control.
With a fairly active developer, players can expect constant tweaks and updates for Lethal Company. And who knows, we might even get new Terminal commands in the future for even more options in gameplay.