All Cursed Possessions in Phasmophobia, Explained

Master the Cursed Possessions.

Version 0.5.0 brings Cursed Possessions to Phasmophobia, a new item type that allows players to interact with ghosts in various ways. Each item has a particular purpose, but what does each item do?

We've listed the in-game descriptions for each of the new Cursed Possessions in Phasmophibia below, as described by Kinetic Games.

Related: How to use the Ouija Board Phasmophobia

  • Music Box
    • This intricate little music box has been created with the sole purpose of communicating with the dead. Holding the box and activating it starts playing a spectral song, if you listen closely, you can sometimes hear the ghost singing. Don't get too close, you may interrupt its musical trance and anger it.
  • Tortured Voodoo Doll
    • These eerie, cute dolls are known for causing harm to others. Picking one up and activating it will force the ghost to interact with the environment. Pins are chosen randomly, and certain pins seem to affect you more than the ghost.
  • Haunted Mirror
    • If you find this oval-shaped mirror lying around, you can use it to find the room where the ghost is most commonly found. Pick it up and activate it to peer into the spectral realm. Seeing into this realm will drain sanity rapidly.
  • Summoning Circle
    • Some locations have pentagrams drawn in blood, surrounded by blood-red candles. Lighting all five candles will summon the ghost and trap it temporarily: perfect for taking photos.
  • Tarot Cards
    • These mystical cards are the most intriguing item we've found during previous investigations. Each deck contains ten random cards that all have different paranormal properties. When drawn, they can trigger different effects on the team and any nearby ghost. While they can be useful, they can also have negative effects: sanity drain, ghost attacks, and even death.
  • Ouija Board
    • You can use these commonly found wooden boards to communicate with ghosts. If you find one: activate it by placing down a planchette and using your voice to ask a question. Certain questions may lower your sanity more than others, especially if the ghost responds.

To see the complete list of Patch notes, be sure to visit the Tweet below from Kinetic Games.

For more on Phasmophobia, be sure to visit some of our other guides, like How to identify The Mimic ghost type in Phasmophobia – Strengths and Weaknesses here on Pro Game Guides.

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