Finding out the ghost’s location is crucial in this ghost investigation game called Phasmophobia.
In this game, you play either solo or with a team of up to four people to find out what ghost is hunting the house / building.
Identifying the ghost’s room will help you to detect evidences required to ascertain the type of ghost, which forms one of the objectives.
You will also be tasked to complete optional objectives for additional money.
Here’s how you can find the ghost room or area in Phasmophobia.
How to find the ghost room or area
The ghost room is usually detected with the use of a thermometer. There are other tools available, but the thermometer seems to be the most useful one at the moment. Some players are calling for it to be nerfed.
When searching around the house, school or asylum, look for low temperatures. In celsius, you should be looking for an area or room with 12 degrees celsius or lower. If it’s below 10 degrees celsius, then it’s confirmed to be in that room or somewhere nearby. If it’s freezing (below 0 degrees), it’s even more obvious. You will know if it’s freezing even without a thermometer if you can see your own breath.
However, it may not be that straightforward sometimes. You may get a low reading on the thermometer in more than one room, but it’s not as common. If that’s the case, you may want to use other tools like the EMF reader to check for any reading.
The ghost may also be lurking the hallway rather than being stuck in a room, which makes it more difficult.
Look for other evidence
Once you’ve pinpointed the room or area, bring other tools to look for evidence, including the spirit book, spirit box, UV light (for fingerprints) and video cameras (to check for ghost orbs).
If none of it works, then the ghost might just be at another area.