Phasmophobia Apocalypse Update: Patch Released by the Game

Phasmophobia Apocalypse Update: The Apocalypse update for Phasmophobia features several bug fixes and adjustments.
Phasmophobia’s “Apocalypse” patch is now live. Kinetic’s multiplayer ghost hunting game has scared many gamers since 2020, and it’s worse in VR. Despite being in early production, it became a craze in the indie horror community, and the company is eager to provide updates.

Phasmophobia Apocalypse Update

Phasmophobia Apocalypse Update
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Kinetic Games has released a trailer for the newest Phasmophobia patch, which promises several improvements. With such a dedicated fanbase and popularity on streaming services, users demand additional material and gameplay tweaks to make things more intense and immersive. Since the game’s release, updates have introduced additional ghosts, changed equipment, and fixed bugs. Kinetic released Maple Lodge Campsite for Phasmophobia last Halloween.
With the newest Phasmophobia update available, fans are checking out the new features. This version includes tiny versions of the Maple Lodge and Asylum maps; the latter is now named Sunny Meadows. The patch also adds a custom difficulty, enabling players to alter sanity depletion pace, ghost evidence, setup time, and hunts. Some spectres have been tweaked, and players may now be reported for cheating or harassment. Full patch notes are at the bottom of this post.
The developer also plans to make Phasmophobia scarier. Changes to ghost models and adding additional noises and events are in Kinetic Games’ agenda, so perhaps we’ll get more specifics soon.

Phasmophobia is one of Steam’s highest-rated games, and it’s not slowing off anytime soon. Its combination of cooperative horror and investigation gameplay has been a successful recipe for Kinetic, and many other games have been inspired by its IP.

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Phil has been an avid gamer ever since he was a kid, and he now spends most of his free time reviewing and testing video games and other forms of consumer technology. When he's not out and about in Los Santos, that is.

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