Angel Marquez
2020-10-08 08:53:21

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Today we bring you a Phasmophobia guide where we will explain how to get money.

Why get money at Phasmophobia?

  Money is vital to obtain those items and equipment that will help us in the hunt for ghosts, we will certainly play as an investigator looking for clues and answers, in order to identify the ghost, we will use the crucifix as a defense to be safe from such activity paranormal, it is very logical as in real life, so it is necessary to understand how to get money and to have answers we have the support of this guide specifically in the next content, let's follow it.

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How to get money in Phasmophobia?

 The collection of clues helps us to obtain money, the objectives completed and through insurance, the items that become necessary and that we can buy are the crucifix, the thermometer, stain sticks and more, it is important to have good equipment For proper readings, in the end if we end up dead we will receive a 50 percent refund in Amateur in terms of the cost of the items through insurance, now if we are in the middle it will be 25 percent and in professional nothing, it is important to know that the results are based on our death, while if we manage to stay alive we manage to keep the objects we obtained, if we leave the game there is no refund, getting money is possible by using our camera, since the photo evidence will pass to our journal, specifically those related to footprints in general.

 Knowing how to get money is interesting, since it allows us to develop and have more fun in Phasmophobia.

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