Phasmophobia Update March 2021 - What's Been Changed?
Flashlights off, there's an update coming.
Ghost hunting and pants peeing simulator Phasmophobia was one of the biggest indie hits of 2020. Allowing friends to get spooked together as they communicated with those beyond the grave, the game made big waves and has a devoted player base to this day. Today there was a Phasmophobia update that made a minor change and fixed a handful of bugs.
Here’s the full list of patch notes for the March 2 update of Phasmophobia:
- You will no longer be told to grab the key if you have already picked it up.
- Ridgeview: Fixed a bug where the ghost orbs could spawn out of bounds in the kitchen and living room.
- Potential fix for a rare bug where you sometimes wouldn’t have a fuse box, freezing temperatures or any spirit box answers as well as other minor network issues caused by this.
- School: Fixed an issue where an upstairs hallway light switch was inside the wall and couldn’t be used.
As the game continues its run in early access, it will continue being updated regularly. You can find the full list of updates, patches, and changes right here on Game Updates.
While DualShockers hasn’t done a proper review of the game, you can find glowing praise of it in a handful of our Game of the Year lists for 2020.
If you’ve been cursing up a storm during your nightly ghost-busting sessions, you might be getting caught more frequently than those who aren’t. After digging through the game’s code, a fan was able to uncover one of the game’s hidden mechanics: ghosts don’t like it when you curse. For the full list of curse words Phasmophobia ghosts hate, check out this article. As the game has updated, the list might have grown–make sure to keep those filthy words out of your mouth.
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