Released on September 18th, 2020, Phasmophobia is an investigative horror game currently available only for Microsoft Windows (PC).
Phasmophobia is one of the few horror games to genuinely build tension and deliver scares. You take on the role of one of up to four investigators who visit various places, such as roadside houses and asylums, and try to determine what kind of ghost is causing the haunting before leaving. You’ll have various kinds of equipment like a flashlight, an EMF reader, etc. The purpose of this equipment is to help you find these ghosts and collect evidence. As simple as the game sounds, it’s not. The game has the ability to deliver chills to your body and pin you down.
The player’s character is constrained. Even after determining the potential location of a ghost, you must repeatedly enter the area with various pieces of equipment because you are unable to travel quickly and are limited to carrying three items. Your first few hunts are very easy-going in the game, but after that, the ghosts get more challenging. They become more aware of you. They’ll begin to harass you. It’s possible that you briefly lose sight of the group before hearing a distinct breath near one ear. You might even catch a brief glimpse of a silhouette. This spooky yet amazing game recently shared an update, and we’re going to tell you all about it. Keep reading!
What do we know so far about the new 0.8, 0.9, and 0.10 updates shared via Roadmap?
The recently shared new updated roadmap is as follows:
As you can see, according to the heads, we’ll get to witness much in the Q4 of 2022 and 2023. Game optimization, as well as new chilly weather and volumetric lightning, will be included in v0.8. v0.9 may take the game to the next level by adding a whole new annihilating dimension, new player models, new equipment, weaponry, and obviously new challenges. Finally, the v0.10 will include new locations, new equipment, and the Horror 2.0, which will essentially include new effects, sounds, improved graphics, and the replacement of old ghost models with new ones.
We hope that we helped you understand the new development plans for Plasmophobia. We can expect a much more spooky experience coming up in 2023. Any more updates will surely be shared with you as soon as they’re out.
Till then, thanks for reading. Stay tuned.