Lethal Company Can't Die Issue Fix

In our Lethal Company Can’t Die Issue Fix guide, we are going to show you how to fix this problem that has started popping up intermittently ever since mods have become popular. Fortunately, there is a relatively quick solution for this. If you know how to get mods running in the first place, it should be a piece of cake. Here we go!

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Lethal Company Can’t Die Issue Fix

How to Fix Can’t Die Issue in Lethal Company?

It seems that the most common cause for the issue where you can’t die in Lethal Company is messing with the LC_API. For those of you that are using mods and don’t know what that is, it’s an application programming interface that basically lets you use the mods in the first place. So, of course, the most obvious fix is to uninstall mods and the API and play the game as intended. But that’s just not as fun, is it? There’s so much joy to be found in mods. The voice mimicking alone makes it worth it. What’s the alternative? According to Reddit and Steam – uninstall your current LC_API, then download and install an older version. That seems to be the panacea for this problem.

And there you go, that’s how you fix the issue where you can’t die in Lethal Company. And, by the way, if you think it’d be fun to play the game as a group of immortals: you’re not wrong. At all. For about twenty minutes or so. After you’re done making fun of the monsters that have been making you’re life a living hell and exploring freely, it quickly becomes indescribably boring. Eventually, you want to be able to die again in order to have any entertainment. And now you know how to do that, so godspeed. If you know of a simpler workaround, by all means, let us know in the comments. We’ll be sure to update the guide with your ideas.

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