Phasmophobia Roadmap Noticeably Vague About PS5 & PSVR 2 Edition

It’s the new year so we’re all looking forward to the games that were delayed from 2023. One of those was Kinetic Games’ ghost-hunting game Phasmophobia. Already on PC, a PS5 version is in the works in addition to PSVR 2 support. That’s been pushed back a couple of times and now a new Phasmophobia roadmap keeps the timeline very vague.

Normally, when developers release a roadmap you’re given a broad timeline of when new updates will happen. Some go down the Q2 or Q4 style release window. While others get a little more specific by outlining a monthly schedule. Kinetic Games has released a roadmap of planned features merely stating the version number. This is obviously to ensure they don’t disappoint fans with another delay. That being said, v0.9 of Phasmophobia on PC is due to arrive next week.

Phasmophobia Roadmap

Phasmophobia on PSVR 2

So what’s happening about the highly anticipated PS5/PSVR 2 version? Well, as you can see from the above image that has been relegated to “Releasing separately as soon as they’re ready.” So that could mean any time during this year.

“As many of you know, Console was delayed from last year’s predicted release date due to several reasons. We’re still hard at work trying to get this ready for you eager console players, and it’ll arrive as soon as it’s ready,” the studio notes. “On the other hand, with the delay comes extra changes for console players on day one; the new and improved upcoming Shop experience, the upcoming adjustments to the leveling and equipment tiers, as well as minor balance changes. This will all result in Console players getting the best experience as soon as they receive the game, instead of large portions of gameplay and progression changing just after it releases.”

Furthermore, Kinetic Games gives another reason to anticipate the console port: “Additionally, when it is released, console players will receive a game that looks and runs better. We plan to implement a large amount of optimizations across the board, which will allow us to keep the game’s graphical quality as close to PC as possible.”

It’s great to see the huge amount of updates planned. Just a shame we have no idea when the PSVR 2 version will see the light of day.

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