Lethal Company is a nuance title, filled with tasks for players to complete and ones where they’ll have to endure an onslaught of enemies. However, if you die within Lethal Company, is it worth it for your friends to recover your body?
Lethal Company: Should you recover the body?
As you and your squad loot an abandoned facility on a desolate moon, one or more of you might, well, die. The question then becomes whether you should go back to collect your comrade’s body. Is it worth the risk to recover, or is it best to leave it there?
Generally speaking, if you have a decent amount of money saved up in Lethal Company, you should try and recover the body whenever you can.
If you don’t, the company is going to charge you 20% of your wallet for each body recovered, so this could rack up to owning 60% of all your in-game money at the time, which is quite costly.
One neat aspect of Lethal Company is that players will be able to use the Teleporter, which can be purchased for 425 dollars, to teleport bodies back if the Forrest Giant and other monsters do not eat them.
However, players shouldn’t have too much trouble recovering the body in most scenarios. But ones where zombies surround players are best left astray.