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How To Do Phasmophobia 'No Evidence' Challenge

Phasmophobia's no-evidence challenge is tough, but it's possible with the right strategy.
How To Do Phasmophobia 'No Evidence' Challenge

Identifying any ghost in Phasmophobia without evidence seems borderline impossible - but it's one of the many challenges players may face when completing the weekly challenge mode.

The 'No Evidence Challenge' is without a doubt one of the more tricky endeavors players will face, but it's not impossible to figure out which ghost you're dealing with, even without having any pieces of evidence to assist you.

Keep reading for our guide to help you narrow down and identify the ghost without having any evidence whatsoever.

How To Complete The 'No Evidence' Challenge In Phasmophobia

You'll need to complete the No Evidence Challenge on the Grafton Farmhouse map and once you've completed it, you'll earn a total of $5,000; a hefty sum that more than makes up for the time you'll spend trying to finish this tough challenge. Go inside the location, and follow the tips below to help you identify the ghost without picking up evidence.

Observe The Fuse Box

The Hantu won't turn the fuse box on, so if the ghost turns on the fuse box, you know it's not this ghost type. On the other hand, if the ghost turns the fuse box off (directly - not by turning on too many lights), you know it's not a Jinn.

Note The Ghost's Behaviour

Each ghost type displays some unique behaviors. Some involve sources of light. For example, the Mare will never turn a light on and instead may turn it off. The Onryo, on the other hand, may blow out candles (though some other ghost types will do this, too, seeing it consistently happen may mean you've run into an Onryo).

Other behaviors involve ghosts' hunt speeds, frequency, and specific tendencies. Ghosts that hunt and rapidly change speeds when not around players will likely be a Hantu or Raiju. Demons can hunt you at any sanity, meaning that if a ghost hunts you at 100% sanity or hunts you when you're in the high 90% range, it's probably a Demon. Highly active ghosts that throw items around and break things are usually Poltergeists.

Very shy ghosts that rarely hunt at all, on the other hand, are likely a Shade. If the ghost varies in activity but only stays in one room (making it harder to find at the benefit of your safety in most other rooms), it's probably a Goryo.

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Each ghost has behaviors that can help you rule them out or determine their identity. (Picture: Kinetic Games)

Use Salt

Putting down some Salt is a good way to rule out the Wraith; this ghost type will never step in it, while all other ghost types will pretty freely do so.

Take Pictures

Phantoms don't show up in pictures. Therefore, taking photos and looking for the ghost can help you determine that the ghost is not a Phantom. Unfortunately, it doesn't tell you any other information, but ruling out even one ghost type at a time helps when you're working with no evidence.

Listen For Audio Cues

The Banshee ghost type has a distinctive audio cue that will help you identify this ghost without any evidence. They'll regularly sing. If you can hear a ghost singing, though, it's not necessarily a Banshee, since other ghost types can do this too. However, they're the only ghost type to be heard on a Parabolic Microphone screaming, so using one can confirm it's a Banshee.

Ghosts have quite specific behaviors in Phasmophobia, so it's important to pay attention to every clue you have when working with no evidence to complete this challenge. You may be able to figure out the ghost early on if you're able to note one of their distinctive behaviors, or it may take you some time if the ghost doesn't give you much to work with. Either way, if you're dedicated, you can complete the no-evidence challenge on Grafton Farmhouse and earn a huge sum of $5,000.