The highly popular ghost-hunting game, Phasmophobia, is finally making its way to consoles with an early access release in August. The game was showcased during the Xbox Extended Showcase presented by IGN as part of the Summer of Gaming event.

Phasmophobia was first released for PC in 2020 and since then, it has become a fan favourite of the horror gaming genre. The game puts players in the shoes of paranormal investigators tasked with exploring haunted locations and capturing evidence of ghosts. Players use various tools such as EMF readers, spirit boxes, and sound sensors to track down the presence of ghosts.

The upcoming console release follows the game's immense success on PC where it sold over a million copies on Steam. The developers, Kinetic Games, have been working hard to bring the game to the console market and are excited to give console players a chance to experience the ghost-hunting craze.

The trailer showcased during the Xbox Extended Showcase gave us a glimpse of what console players can expect from the game, including smoother gameplay mechanics and improved graphics. The game will also feature cross-play, allowing console players to play with their PC counterparts.

Phasmophobia's unique gameplay mechanics and intense horror elements have made it a standout title in the gaming world,