Co-op horror game Lethal Company costs $10 and is outselling Call of Duty on Steam

One of my favourite things about modern PC gaming is when the bubbling microbial soup of Steam unexpectedly spits out a preposterously successful game. It happened this summer with BattleBit Remastered. It happened with Phasmophobia a couple of years back. It arguably happened with Baldur’s Gate 3, although that one has a fair amount more pedigree behind it.

Lethal Company is the most recent contender to leap up the Steam sales charts like a cross between a gazelle and a mountain goat. Released last month into Steam Early Access, it currently sits in third place on Steam’s global top sellers list, with over 20,000 “overwhelmingly positive” Steam reviews, and almost 30,000 people playing it right now. It’s beating out Baldur’s Gate 3, PUBG, and even Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 to claim that position on the top sellers list (which is sorted by total revenue), and the only products higher than it are the Steam Deck and Counter-Strike 2.

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