Thursday, May 19th, 2022

Phasmophobia Anniversary Update Adds Single Player Mode

Ghost hunting horror co-op game Phasmophobia is just celebrating its first anniversary, and developer Kinetic Games celebrated the milestone with the release of a new update that adds single-player mode to the game.

Update revealed in the post Phasmophobia Steam Update PageMakes many changes to the game, from minor bug fixes to the addition of more notable solo modes. For those brave enough to work on many haunted locales in the game without backup, the game’s new single-player experience allows players to play Phasmophobia without connecting to a server.

Many other revisions have been made as part of the anniversary update. The journal has been reviewed to make it easier to use, allowing players to erase evidence found and change settings from the page. Tweak the contract so that the payment you receive if you fail the level will be rewarded according to the difficulty you choose for the level, and if the contract fails, the ghost type will be displayed automatically. increase.

New fonts in some languages ​​with missing characters have also been added to the game, and the VR mute button has been remapped as a pause button on all controllers. Ghost orbs that spawn during some contracts will now periodically relocate the room in which the ghost lives, and players will not be able to see the DOTS projector ghost if killed.

Kinetic Games also seized the opportunity to post an update and thanked the fans for their support for the game. “It was a great year for Kinetic Games and Fasmophobia. I would like to thank everyone for their great support,” the post said.

“Today, Phasmophobia is one of Steam’s most acclaimed games, and incredible things happen that you never imagined. Not only that. Many for the future, including this Halloween. Great updates are planned! “

Players can head to the game’s main menu area while waiting for more details on the upcoming upcoming Halloween update for Phasmo. The area has undergone a party-themed anniversary redesign for fans to celebrate together. If you are new to Phasmophobia, see how the game uses audio to hunt players.

Jared Moore is a freelance writer for IGN. In his time at Phasmophobia, he often exacerbates that much fear before leaving his friends to face the consequences.You can follow him twitter..