Arguably one of the best horror games of 2020, Kinetic Games’ indie psychological horror title Phasmophobia has continued to implement new changes and bug fixes in 2021. Recently, the development team posted that the game will receive an update to resolve more quality-of-life issues, particularly the ghost event objective that can randomly appear on the whiteboard at the start of every mission.
Since its Early Access release on Steam, it seems that horror fans have thoroughly enjoyed ghost-hunting in Phasmophobia. And as the players continue to explore the different available stages, the development team has done their best to keep their interest alive by adding a new prison level and seasonal in-game items, and carrying out constant updates to fix recurring bugs or in-game issues.
In a recent Twitter post by Kinetic Games, the development team stated that they are making some specific fixes and changes within Phasmophobia. The most interesting one is that seeing a ghost, or having a ghost walk towards a player, will now count towards the “witness a ghost event” objective. This objective can sometimes be found on the objective board at the start of each mission.
For fans who have been clamoring for this fix, this is a great new change, considering some situations in Phasmophobia can make it difficult to stimulate the ghost into appearing or interacting with objects found around the stage. Some types of Phasmophobia ghosts are more shy than others, making it challenging for players to complete the specific objective in some levels. Other minor fixes in the update include fixing issues with the Asylum doors, flickering lights, the clock buzzing sound inside the truck, and retaining player's sanity after their death.
With the rest of 2021 to add more content in-game, fans are likely expecting a lot from Phasmophobia and Kinetic Games. Hopefully, the development team will continue to listen to their fan base by adding a more explorable stages, or different ghost types, for a nice new twist to the ghost-hunting experience.
Phasmophobia is a horror co-op game released just a couple of months ago that has gotten overwhelmingly positive reviews and has been a best-seller on Steam. The indie game has up to four players take on the role of ghost hunters. The setting can range from prison, school, hospital, or house and there are 12 different kinds of ghosts that behave differently
The game did not just get popular for its high quality. The news of Phasmophobia spread fast through famous game streamers such as PewDiePie, Markiplier, and Jacksepticeye. Many people are also stuck in their homes under quarantine, so co-op games are a welcome way to be with friends.
For those who are looking for more co-op horror games that are like Phasmophobia, there are other titles that are also worth checking out.
Released in 2019, GTFO is a survival-horror first-person shooter that is co-op. It certainly sets itself apart from Phasmophobia due to its combat, but it does share themes in the co-op and the scares.
The game gives the player the same joys as Phasmophobia in terms of screaming a lot with their friends. Even those that aren't good at GTFO tend to have fun and love to keep at it.
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