Can you consider Phasmophobia is already one yr outdated? Kinetic Games’ standard ghost game has simply hit its first anniversary and, to rejoice, the studio has pushed out an update bringing a bunch of latest, tweaked, and overhauled options, plus a good little batch of bug fixes.

The main change launched with the Phasmophobia anniversary update is an overhaul of the horror game’s journal. The function – which shops data on key gameplay facets akin to its ghosts, gear, proof, and photographs you’ve snapped – has been given a “complete redesign” to “make it easier to use and navigate”. You’ll now additionally have the ability to cross off proof on the journal’s web page for ghost proof.

Additionally, Phasmophobia’s pause menu has been built-in into the journal, which implies helpful new choices like with the ability to change all the game’s settings through the journal whilst you’re in-game. Some new options folded in with the update embody the choice to play offline single-player – a mode that gained’t hyperlink you as much as the game’s servers.

There’s additionally a handful of gameplay adjustments included within the update. For instance, “you will no longer get $10 for failing a contract and will instead get the insurance depending on the chosen difficulty”, and in failing a contract you’ll now get to see what its ghost kind was. Elsewhere, you’ll discover that, within the ghost room, ghost orbs will now “periodically” shift place and, in the event you’re down and out, you’ll not see the DOTS ghost projector.

For the complete rundown and listing of bug fixes addressed by the anniversary update, head to Steam right here to examine them out.