Unless you’re playing Phasmophobia by yourself, someone has to stay in the truck.
Despite Phasmophobia being one of the scariest games ever made, I am willing to go in with the group within the first five minutes because I am brave. Of course, within those first five minutes in Phasmophobia, we have total immunity. It only makes sense that I’m extra brave within those first five minutes in Phasmophobia because nothing happens to me.
Sure, the ghost might try to spook me, but I pretend that it doesn’t bother me to look cool in front of the other people in my group. That’s why I have a timer that goes off within the first five minutes in case we can’t locate the ghost.
I’m A Leader In Phasmophobia
I stay in the truck in Phasmophobia because I’m more of a leader than a follower. I like to coordinate things, that’s what makes the game fun for me. As I’m listening to the sweet sounds of my teammates screaming from inside the house, I’m masterfully planning our next move.
What Do I Do In The Truck In Phasmophobia?
In Phasmophobia, it makes sense for the person who brought the most items to stay in the truck. There’s nothing more painful than dying and losing all of your items only to get a meager insurance payout. If you’re playing from the truck, you can:
- Watch motion sensors
- Watch the head cameras of your teammates
- Keep an eye on their sanity
- Keep an eye on the sound sensors
- Report on any ghost activity
- Remind the team of the ghost’s name and objectives
Is Playing From The Truck Fun?
I don’t have a VR headset, but Phasmophobia is still fun without one. However, it doesn’t make a lot of sense for VR players to hang around in the truck with a $400 VR headset on. It’s easier for me, without a VR headset, to just lounge around in the truck with a cup of tea and pretend like I’m being productive while ignoring the screams inside the house.
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