If you’re going to copy someone’s homework, at least try to make it look different by changing a couple of things. Unfortunately, that logic eludes fake mobile developers who are trying to piggyback off of the success of the early access indie horror title “Phasmophobia,” only available on Steam.
Fake Phasmophobia Games Appear On Google Play
Android users, green with envy over not feeling included, woke up to find Phasmophobia available on Google Play for the seemingly “low” price of $20. The first red flag should have been the fact that the price exceeds that of the Steam price of $13.99.
The Phasmophobia Game On Google Play Is Not Real
Unfortunately, thousands of people have already purchased and downloaded Phasmophobia on mobile.
- The mobile game is not the real Phasmophobia game.
- There is no official mobile port.
- There is no cross-play available for Phasmophobia because it is currently only on one platform.
While it is depressing that this needed to be a warning, thousands of people didn’t get the memo. Save your money for if and when Kinetic Games makes an official mobile port.