The phasmophobia reveals the roadmap for 2022
As 2021 comes to an end, the fleshophobia the Kinetic Games developer is changing its approach to next year. On Twitter, the team revealed an official roadmap for 2022, exposing their plans for the game. For what has been revealed so far, it seems that players will have two types of updates to wait: new content and adjustments in the quality of life. Kinetic Games plans to rework the virtual reality of the game, bring daily and weekly challenges, add new customization options and more. In general, it seems that the developer has great ambitions for 2022!
The actual roadmap was shared through the official Twitter account of the game and can be found embedded below.
The fascofobia launched in early access in the fourth quarter of 2020, and last year has seen a number of important changes and improvements. In recent months, players have obtained a lot of new content of the game, including an update of Cursed Possessions earlier this month, which actually brought a ghost based on Santa Claus; Talk about entering the spirit of Christmas!
For those who are not familiar with The fascofobia, the game is not exclusively a virtual reality title. Players have the option to play in standard mode or actually virtual. When the game was launched for the first time, it was strictly available as a multiplayer game, but another recent update gave the players the option to enjoy a single player as well. The game asks players to review delighted places and identify the paranormal phenomenon responsible for internal events.
Given how much it has changed during the last year, it will be interesting to see where things go from here! Clearly, Kinetic Games has a frame in mind, and it seems that new daily and weekly events should give players some incentive to continue returning. With luck, the developer will not make the fans wait too much before disclosing new details!
The FASMOFOBIA is currently available for PC through Steam. You can check all our previous game coverage here.
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