How To Use The Danger Detector In Ghost Hunters Corp

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How To Use The Danger Detector In Ghost Hunters Corp

If you’re used to Phasmophobia, then you’ll know the signs of when a ghost is hunting: The lights start flashing, the footsteps get heavy, the EMF reader goes crazy, and you’ll hear a heartbeat. The hunting phase in Ghost Hunters Corp is a little less obvious and, for some, aren’t noticeable until the very last second. That’s where the Danger Detector comes in.

Ghost Hunters Corp game scene

The reason the fear factor in Ghost Hunters Corp is on a level above Phasmophobia is because the hunting in Ghost Hunters Corp can happen at any time. There is no sanity meter in the truck as there is in Phasmophobia, so there’s almost no indication that you’re in immediate danger, unless you’re using the Danger Detector.

What Is The Danger Detector In Ghost Hunters Corp

Ghost Hunters Corp Danger Detector

According to the in-game description:

The Danger Detector analyse the local energies to detect entities assaults. In case of close entity, it lights up with a yellow light. In case of attack, it lights up with a red light.

Let’s clarify what this means and how to use the Danger Detector.

When you start your ghost hunt and enter the house, you place down the Danger Detector in an area you’re investigating. The light will turn yellow if the entity is nearby. When the light is yellow the entity is passive, but it’s there.

However, when the light turns red, you need to remove yourself from the area and get back to the safety of the truck because the entity is actively hunting you.

Have you used the Danger Detector in Ghost Hunters Corp?


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Bryan Havoc

Bryan Havoc

I cover console video games like Crossfire, Minecraft, Apex Legends, Counter-Strike, Valorant, PUBG, Grand Theft Auto V, Destiny 2, Phasmophobia and everything in between.