Phasmophobia 2024 Roadmap Confirms New Maps, Items, And Visual Overhaul

The console release might also be planned for sometime this year.

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  • Phasmophobia 2024 roadmap has been released by Kinetic Games, revealing its plans for the next few updates.
  • Many major features are on the table, including a new lighthouse map, a visual overhaul, new items, and more.
  • The awaited console release is also planned for this year, but no release date or a window has been confirmed.

Phasmophobia has dominated the online co-op horror genre ever since its inception, gaining a headstart through famous content creators and streamers. Its future also seems to be full of updates and new content for the following year. Kinetic Games has released the 2024 roadmap for the game on Steam that highlights all the updates we can expect this year. A separate bunch of massive features are also planned by the devs.

Phasmophobia 2024 roadmap shows a variety of planned updates and separate content.
Phasmophobia 2024 roadmap shows a variety of planned updates and separate content.

The first update for Phasophobia is none other than v0.9, which is expected to be released after the holiday season this month. It will finally bring a new shop interface into the game to make it easier for players to use it. The current interface is shoddy and hard to utilize to the fullest. Items tiers will be adjusted. A lighting overhaul and eye adaption are also included. Also expected are Screen Space GI and performance rate improvements.

The 0.10 patch will add new tasks and optional objectives to the game. Additionally, a change in rewards is also expected. New equipment, including the sound recorder, will also be added. Lastly, expect photo overhaul and video evidence as part of this patch. The subsequent 0.11 patch will entirely focus on overhauls like new player models and animations, CCTV overhaul, and player customization.

Lastly, the 1.0 full-release Phasmophobia update will bring new ghost models, hunt and events overhaul, hallucinations, new interactions, and much more. It will bring the paranormal ghosthunting horror out of early access after many months of success. Kinetic Games has mentioned that a full launch is planned only after the aforementioned updates and features are released.

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Besides the scheduled laid-out updates, the devs have also mentioned other gargantuan features that will come out only when they are ready instead of falling under a single major update. Kinetic Games iterated a slew of new maps, including the heavily teased Point Hope Lighthouse location with circular rooms and haunting aesthetics. Bug fixes, reworks for prominent maps, performance improvements, and more are also mentioned.

Image shows a room in the Point Hope Lighthouse that is planned for a future Phasmophobia update.
The image shows a room in the Point Hope Lighthouse that is planned for a future Phasmophobia update.

Phasmophobia came out on September 18, 2020, in early access for PCs with VR integration. It remained the best-selling title on Steam for the following months since its launch. A console release is also predicted for this year, but the devs have explicitly stated that any release date or window has been removed. Phasmophobia will get a console release once it is ready.

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