Phasmophobia devs reveal new sound sensor and tease “performance changes”
The Phasmophobia devs have unveiled a shiny new look on the way in which for the ghost sport’s sound sensor. This follows an entire bunch of visible modifications that Kinetic Video games has been rolling out over the previous 12 months to replace the look of the sport’s ghost-spotting gear – and it appears there are some new or tweaked options coming to the gadget, too.
In case you want a refresher, the sound sensor is the little bit of equipment you plonk on any strong wall or patch of floor to detect the noises of ghostly (and different) happenings in a given space round it. It may detect sounds by way of partitions, so might be particularly helpful in smaller maps, and helps you observe down the place your ghostly targets are lurking. It’s been due a brand new look to convey it in-line with the opposite reworked gear, and now evidently might be developing subsequent. “The sound sensor is lastly getting a makeover to affix the remainder of the gear!” lead artist Corey J Dixon explains on the sport’s Discord, unveiling the new-look gear (under).
“It may additionally be getting some slight performance changes…” the dev additionally teases. There’s no phrase on what these could be simply but, and the brand new message doesn’t add something to what the devs introduced within the sport’s 2022 main replace roadmap final month, however that hasn’t stopped followers getting their guesses in.
Some on the Phasmophobia subreddit assume it could be neat if the devs folded in EVPs as a bonus goal. Others reckon some sort of transportable pill that allow you to hold observe of the place you’ve positioned your sensors could be useful. Most, although, are simply satisfied concerning the new-look sensor. Have a look for your self:
There’s no phrase on when precisely this new little bit of equipment will probably be hitting the reside sport, however it seems prefer it needs to be coming with the primary batch of modifications deliberate for this 12 months, with the roadmap itemizing it with the sport’s upcoming VR rework (plus there’s the point out of the rework within the picture itself).
It may not be simply but, although, because the VR rework was solely moved to ‘in progress’ from the ‘backlog’ within the sport’s Trello board in early January. Both approach, keep watch over Phasmophobia’s social media channels if you happen to’re eager for updates as and after they arrive.