Publisher and developer Kinetic Games has outlined plans for co-op horror game Phasmophobia in a recently posted Trello roadmap.
Featuring both larger and smaller changes, the Phasmophobia roadmap includes a brand new game mode that lets players take on the role of the ghost.
The developer also plans on adding pricey night-vision goggles, dynamic weather and giving the Ghost the ability to throw objects at the players intruding on its domain.
Phasmophobia's roadmap also includes Steam Cloud saves, a singleplayer button that doesn't force players to connect to the servers, alongside multiple bug fixes targeting both the game's VR and non-VR versions.
New levels are planned, set in a prison, mansion and an apartment building. The Jinn is also set to receive more weaknesses, giving players more ways of dealing with the ghost.
Developer Kinetic Games is asking players for ideas regarding what dead team members could do while their peers continue the hunt.
Unfortunately, no exact timing is provided on when these changes and fixes will be pushed to live servers.
In case you're unaware, Phasmophobia is a co-op horror game that tasks a team of up to 4 players with investigating paranormal events.
You can take on a support role, helping your team from the van with CCTV cameras and motion sensors, or brave haunted locations and hunt ghosts with equipment such as EMF readers and night-vision cameras.
Phasmophobia's Early Access version launched with 22 different pieces of equipment alongside 7 maps, and is available on PC with VR support for the Valve Index, HTC Vive Oculus Rift and Windows Mixed Reality.
According to the game's Trello roadmap, the developer also plans on releasing the game on the Oculus Quest at a later point in time.
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