Phasmophobia 08 Apr 2021 8:49 AM +00:00

Phasmophobia: All Ghost Types And Evidence Explained

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Phasmophobia is the newest hit game to come to steam.

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Its name literally means a fear of ghosts.

The co-op has been making waves due to its popularity on Twitch and Youtube.

Up to four players take on the take as ghost hunters to find and identify spirits.

We're going to run you through every kind of ghost type and the evidence needed for each!

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Phasmophobia Ghost Types & Evidence

There are 12 ghosts in total in the game.

Each type has its own traits, weaknesses and strengths.

If the player can find out what they are, they can then identify ghost types.

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By doing so they will be paid for the contract.

Here is a list of all ghost kinds and what evidence is needed.

NEW Crawling Ghost

So far a name has not been confirmed for this ghost.

She looks like a young girl/woman.

Resembling the girl from The Grudge or The Ring, she has long black hair and dirty white clothing.

She also crawls along the floor and event the ceiling!

When we know more about this mysterious entity, we'll update you with the evidence etc.

Spirit

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Spirits are the most common type of ghost.

They usually appear due to an unexplained death.

Evidence

  • Spirit Box
  • Fingerprints
  • Ghost Writing

Shade

Shades are known to be shy and look for players who are alone.

Due to this, it's best to stay as a group.

Evidence

  • EMF Level 5
  • Fingerprints
  • Ghost Writing
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Poltergeist

The Poltergeist can move objects about the room.

Meaning this ghost can become dangerous if you're surrounded by a lot of objects.

ALthough will be pretty much useless in an empty room.

Evidence

  • Spirit Box
  • Fingerprints
  • Ghost Orb
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Jinn

The Jinn will attack when threatened.

It can move at high speed but this can be prevented by turning off the locations power source.

Evidence

  • Spirit Box
  • Ghost Orb
  • EMF Level 5
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Mare 

The Mare is strongest when in the dark.

If you turn on all the lights its less likely to attack but it tends to turn them off or trip the breaker box.

Evidence

  • Spirit Box
  • Ghost Orb
  • Freezing Temperatures
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Phantom

The Phantom is one of the slowest of the ghosts.

It can impact on players sanity greatly while being viewed directly.

Taking a picture of it will cause it to disappear.

Evidence

  • EMF Level 5
  • Ghost Orb
  • Freezing Temperatures
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Wraith

The Wraith can fly and is considered on the most dangerous ghost types.

It can move through walls.

Salt will prevent the Wraith from attacking as it's toxic for it.

Evidence

  • Fingerprints
  • Freezing Temperatures
  • Spirit Box
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Banshee

The Banshee sets its sights on one player at a time.

Using the Crucifix will negatively impact the Banshee.

Evidence

  • EMF Level 5
  • Fingerprints
  • Freezing Temperatures
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Revenant

The Revenant moves fastest while hunting.

It will be slowed down if players are hiding from it.

Evidence

  • EMF Level 5
  • Fingerprints
  • Ghost Writing
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Yurei

Yurei drops the player's insanity faster than any other.

Using Smudge Sticks will stop it from moving out of it's room.

Evidence

  • Ghost Orb
  • Ghost Writing
  • Freezing Temperatures
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Oni

The Oni moves fastest when nearby players.

This can make them really dangerous but can also make it easier when finding and identifying them.

Evidence

  • EMF Level 5
  • Spirit Box
  • Ghost Writing
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Demon

The Demon is one of the worst ghost types in Phasmophobia.

It's extremely violent and the crucifix is recommended to be used when searching for it.

Evidence

  • Spirit Box
  • Ghost Writing
  • Freezing Temperatures
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