Phasmophobia adds single-player mode in one-year anniversary update

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phasmophobia Celebrating its one year anniversary with a single-player update. Instead of delving deep into a haunted house with three friends in co-op mode, players can now deal with these malicious spirits themselves… if they’re brave enough, that is. The update also fixes a myriad of issues in the game, as well as brings an update to the Journal.

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phasmophobia is a multiplayer horror game where squads of four investigate haunted houses. The game was a surprise hit—it even garnered a Best Debut Indie nomination at last year’s Game Awards.

biggest Update In this new patch, it has a brand new single-player mode. It allows players to experience the game without having to connect to a server, which was impossible before this patch. In addition to the single-player mode, phasmophobia Now features an overhauled magazine to make the game more accessible to newcomers. Players can now cross-reference evidence on the Ghost page, which will make it easier to keep track of your research. The pause menu, including game settings, can now be accessed and changed directly through the Journal.


Prior to this update, when players lost a contract, they were brought back to HQ, scratching their heads at what horrific spectators took down their team. Now the game lets the players know what kind of ghost threw them around. This will help players in the long run, as they’ll have some clues for future hunts with ghosts they’ve already encountered. Insurance after failing a contract will now be on a scale instead of having a flat rate of $10.

The update fixes other minor issues with the game, such as glitches with the microphone item and ghost behavior issues,

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