Phasmophobia Roadmap Lays Out What’s Coming in 2024

Phasmophobia logo on a gray, smoky background.

Happy New Year to you all! We here at Rely on Horror hope the last twelve months have been good (and sufficiently scary), but now we’re ready to jump start 2024. To kick things off, Phasmophobia has given an outline of what we can expect from indie horror’s co-op smash hit.

A recent post on Steam shows the roadmap for this year “and beyond.” For one thing, we can look forward to a new map: Point Hope Lighthouse. The new location is something Kinetic Games was eager to release sooner, but wanted to give it some additional care and attention.

There are also planned reworks for the farmhouse maps in order to “push them further apart by giving each farmhouse its own identity and theme.”

Phasmophobia: image of the 2024 roadmap, showing the updates coming to the game.
Credit: Kinetic Games/Steam.

Then there’s the little matter of the console release. We know Phasmophobia is coming to consoles at some point. We just don’t know when. This update lets us know that the team is still working on the port.

There’s no launch window yet, but when it does come out, players are promised they will get to experience the best version of the game to date. This means a few tweaks and improvements, including a new version of the Shop (which I, for one, will be looking forward to*) and “minor balance changes.”

The first patch of 2024 is expected to roll out some time next week. This will remove the Holiday Update and will implement things like changes to the lighting, “eye adaptation,” and some other fiddly bits that keep Phasmo in good working condition. Happy hunting, y’all!

*Am I the only one that really can’t get along with the Shop feature?

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