‘Phasmophobia’ celebrates one year since its launch with a small update

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Kinetic Games has released a minor update for phasmophobia As the game celebrates its first anniversary.

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A year ago, on September 18, phasmophobia Was released on Steam. The game quickly gained a large player base, and reached the highest player count since the horror game’s launch in the first month. Since then, a handful of updates have added a new map, new ghosts, and new tools to determine which ghost is currently haunting a building.

on the day of phasmophobiaanniversary, Kinetic released an update with several minor changes. The post begins with a message from the developer:


“It’s been an amazing year for Kinetic Games and phasmophobia, and I want to thank everyone for their wonderful support. Today, phasmophobia One of the highest rated games on Steam which is unbelievable and is happening in a way I never imagined. It doesn’t stop here, we have lots of great updates planned for the future, including this Halloween!”

“To celebrate the anniversary, we’ve put together an anniversary update where you can make changes to the main menu area as well as some other additions and changes that you can read about below.”

The main changes in the update are in the behavior of the magazine. The magazine has been completely redesigned to make it easier to use and navigate. Evidence can now be crossed out if the players feel that they have confirmed that it does not exist. The pause menu is currently located within Journal, and all settings can be changed while using Journal.

A few other changes were also included – the mute button in VR has been moved to the pause button for all controller configurations. Players will no longer receive $10 for failing the contract. However, if players fail a contract, they will now be told what the ghost was like.


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