How to spot Freezing Temperatures in Phasmophobia

Step 1: Crank the thermostat.

Freezing Temperatures are a form of evidence that determine what type of ghost you’re dealing with in Phasmophobia. Temperature fluctuates, but true freezing temperatures only pop up for certain ghosts. We check out how to spot Freezing Temperatures in Phasmophobia.

What types of ghosts cause Freezing Temperatures

  • Banshee
  • Demon
  • Mare
  • Phantom
  • Wraith
  • Yurei

Freezing Temperatures are 0°C/32°F and below. If you register those numbers or lower, jot that evidence down in your journal. Just hope you’re not dealing with a demon.

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How to spot Freezing Temperatures

While it’s possible to spot Freezing Temperatures without a thermometer, it makes the job a lot more difficult doing it that way. Visible breath is the main tell for Freezing Temperatures. If you notice that you or your teammates are puffing out smoke rings, mark it as evidence ASAP.

You should really spend the $30 on a thermometer so you won’t have to rely on breath, though. Thermometers read the temperature as long as they are on, giving an up-to-date reading while you navigate the location. You can walk around with the thermometer, or leave it activated on the ground. Remember, 0°C/32°F and below are the numbers you’re looking for.

Other useful use of the thermometer

If the temperature dips to 10°C/50°F and below, you have stumbled into the ghost room. Keep an eye on the thermometer in case the temperature plunges further into freezing territory. Chances are high that the ghost is in the room if it’s freezing.

Once you get these temperature readings, move fast and get all the other equipment you have set up. If you’re lucky, finding colder temperatures will be an objective on the white board, and you’ve earned yourself an extra $10.

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Aja Jones

Writer from Toronto, Canada. Can taste the difference between Coke and Pepsi. Learned how to play drums through Rock Band. Named after a Steely Dan album.
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