Phasmophobia Devs to Be ‘More Transparent’ About Patch Notes
To say that Phasmophobia is a popular game would be to undersell it. Horror games might not be to everyone’s taste, but with it being one of the highest rated games on Steam last year, Phasmophobia enjoyed an enormous amount of success since launching in September 2020, and has been a mainstay in many streamer’s gaming roster. As a result, the studio is keen to make changes, add new content, and squash any bugs to ensure its longevity, and recently, fans have expressed a desire for the developer to be more “transparent” when it comes to patch notes. According to a recent report from PCGamesN, the team responsible for Phasmophobia has asked the community on the game’s Discord server for some feedback on how it should handle information about updates. According to the poll results, players would like to see Kinetic Games mention pretty much everything that’s changed in the game in the patch notes, as opposed to fewer details being mentioned. Lead artist, Corey J Dixon, did say that the team wanted to “create discussion” but that the results would not necessarily dictate how patch notes would be written.