If you’re concerned about fake fire exits in Lethal Company, read this guide to know more about them.
Lethal Company is a cooperative horror game by Zeekers. In a retro-futuristic settings, players are assigned to collect scraps from various moons while avoiding deadly traps and horrifying monsters. Players are forced to work as fast as they can and return to the ship in order to make progress.
There are several mods available for Lethal Company that add more spice to the gameplay by introducing new horrific features to the game. The Mimic mod is one such addition, incorporating deceptive fire exits filled with deadly traps that players must navigate. Read this guide to find out more about these traps and how to avoid them.
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What Are Fake Fire Exits?
Players typically use fire exits to get cover or during emergency escape situations. While the Mimic mod is activated, random new fire exit locations will appear within the game. However, a few monsters hide behind these Fire Exits, ready to take down as soon as a player steps onto their radar.
Once a player approaches these Fire Exits in order to take cover and tries to open them, they’ll eventually get killed. Unfortunately, these fake fire exits can not be removed once the mod is installed. The only possible solution is to avoid them. Alternatively, players can choose to disable/remove the mod if they want to get rid of these creepy monsters.
How to Avoid Fake Fire Exits
Fake Fire Exits are death traps for the player, but luckily, there are a few ways to distinguish them from routine ones.
- Prompts: Normal fire exit will show the prompt “Exit” when a player interacts with them. In case of Fake Fire Exits, “Die” or “Feed” prompts will appear. By spotting this change in time, players can avoid interacting with fake fire exits.
- Brightness of light: The light above the fake fire exits appears slightly brighter than normal. If players can identify this difference, they can avoid getting into trouble.
- Exit door color: The doors of fake fire exits have a slightly different color saturation than normal fire exits. It can be lighter or darker, which a player can notice in no time.
- Mark normal fire exits: Fake fire exits are only inside buildings, while routine fire exits are inside and outside. Players can mark the usual fire exits when entering the buildings.
- October 23, 2023